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Layout with Reveal Animations and Content Preview


Some experimental reveal animations on typographic elements as repeating pattern for a website design. The post Layout with Reveal Animations and Content Preview appeared first on Codrops

How to Code the K72 Marquee Hover Animation


Learn how to recreate the direction-aware marquee menu hover effect seen on the website of K72 by Locomotive. The post How to Code the K72 Marquee Hover Animation appeared first on Codrops

Inline to Menu Link Animation


An experimental inline-to-menu-link animation based on a concept by Matthew Hall. The post Inline to Menu Link Animation appeared first on Codrops

It's 10 Years Since You First Didn't Plan To Buy A Wii U


Cast your minds back, nostalgia fans, to those halcyon early summer days of June 2011. It was E3, back when people met together in buildings and when people still cared about E3, that Nintendo revealed the follow-up to their astonishingly popular Wii console. Yes, as Reggie Fils-Aimé took...

Rotated 3D Letters and Image Hover Effect


A rotated 3D like letters hover effect combined with a tilted image for a menu. The post Rotated 3D Letters and Image Hover Effect appeared first on Codrops

Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War's Menus Suck


Booting up the newest Call of Duty, I was greeted by terrible-looking menus, an overwhelming amount of options, too much information, and some ugly-looking ads. It’s not a great first impression and feels like a cobbled-together mess. In other words: It bad.Read more

How We Improved the Accessibility of Our Single Page App Menu


I recently started working on a Progressive Web App (PWA) for a client with my team. We’re using React with client-side routing via React Router, and one of the first elements that we made was the main menu. Menus … The post How We Improved the Accessibility of Our Single Page App Menu...

Persona 5 Strikers’ Menus Are As Vibrantly Alive As Its Cast


Video game menus are like assholes—every game has them and more often than not, they stink. They are often the least-pretty, least splashy part of an otherwise beautiful game, partly because they aren’t central to gameplay (unless it’s Crusader Kings or something). But Persona 5 Strikers shows us...

Inline Menu Layout with Gallery Panel


An inline menu layout with a playful hover animation and a gallery content preview panel. The post Inline Menu Layout with Gallery Panel appeared first on Codrops

Menu Reveal By Page Rotate Animation


There are many different approaches to menus on websites. Some menus are persistent, always in view and display all the options. Other menus are hidden by design and need to be opened to view the options. And there are even additional approaches on how hidden menus reveal their menu items. Some...

Creating a Menu Image Animation on Hover


A tutorial on how to create a hover effect for a menu where images appear with an animation on each item. The post Creating a Menu Image Animation on Hover appeared first on Codrops

An Infinitely Scrollable Vertical Menu


A quick look at how an infinitely scrollable menu works based on a looping scroll illusion of cloned items. An Infinitely Scrollable Vertical Menu was written by Mary Lou and published on Codrops

CSS-Only Marquee Effect


A simple CSS-only marquee effect for a menu based on Francesco Zagami's Dribbble shot. CSS-Only Marquee Effect was written by Mary Lou and published on Codrops

Case Study: Chang Liu Portfolio V4


Get insight on how to add 3D to a website using Three.js and make a wavy distortion effect in this case study of Chang Liu's portfolio reimplementation. Case Study: Chang Liu Portfolio V4 was written by Chang Liu and published on Codrops

Hamburger Menu with a Side of React Hooks and Styled Components


We all know what a hamburger menu is, right? When the pattern started making its way into web designs, it was both mocked and applauded for its minimalism that allows main menus to be tucked off screen, particularly on mobile where every pixel of space counts. CSS-Tricks is all about double...

Menus with “Dynamic Hit Areas”


Flyout menus! The second you need to implement a menu that uses a hover event to display more menu items, you're in tricky territory. For one, they should work with clicks and taps, too. Without that, you've broken the menu for anyone without a mouse. That doesn't mean you can't also use :hover....

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