A material header with really simple click effects made with CSS and JavaScript. It displays the menu that expands twice when you click on it. It can be used on any website without affecting the page load.

In this tutorial I'll explain the entire process of how to do it with CSS only, without using a single line of JavaScript. So, we will be seeing some CSS (and SCSS) tricks that will allow us to achieve an animation almost as smooth as the animated gif.

A tutorial on how to use CSS Masks to create some interesting looking slide transitions. Highly experimental!

A really cool carousel that activates each area when you hover over it. It can be used to illustrate and teach kids about different topics, but it can also be used to show and highlight products on a website.

CSS Only Slider

Friday, 27 January 2017

A tutorial about how to create a responsive card slider using CSS and HTML only — not a single JavaScript line! On this tutorial we’ll make use of radio buttons to achieve a fully-working CSS only slider.

A code snippet with a set of interactive floating panels that look and behave like sheets of paper when you hover over them. The snippet was made using JavaScript and CSS.

A tutorial on how to create a simple image effect with little image fragments inspired by some poster art and powered by clip-path.

A CSS animated toolbar which uses jQuery to add a bit of functionality. It includes some icons and the general style of the toolbar can be classified as material. The code does not take much and doesn’t affect the page load.

A cool moving background effect when hovering an image by using css and javascript.

Kernel.css is a simple CSS framework that you can use to build any web element and style it easily. It is a unintrusive, lightweight and semantic framework inspired by the material design specifications. It uses a bit of JavaScript and has a GNU license.