Off-canvas Menu Effects

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Some inspiration for off-canvas menu effects and styles using CSS transitions and SVG path animations. We use CSS transitions, CSS animations created with bounce.js and animated SVGs with the help ofSnap.svg. We also use Font Awesome and the profile picture is from the Random User Generator.

Ferris wheel is a fully css animated transition effects with using CSS3 and jQuery.

A nice tutorial from Codrops on how to create a thumbnail grid with an expanding image preview similar to the effect seen on Google Images.

The idea is to open a preview when clicking on a thumbnail and to show a larger image and some other content like a title, a description and a link.

An experimental full-screen navigation, animated using CSS and jQuery, that expands within a circle.

Client Testimonials Carousel is a responsive carousel showcasing selected client testimonials, powered by CSS and jQuery.

Animsition is a jQuery plugin that makes it easy to add CSS animated page transitions. It offers 18 different animations, including various fades, rotations, flips, and zooms.

Material design is a Bootstrap theme is an easy way to use the new Material Design guidelines by Google in your Bootstrap 3 based application. Just include the theme right after the Bootstrap CSS and include the javascript at the end of your document, everything will be converted to Material Design (paper) style.

Pure Drawer is a off-canvas” navigation style made popular by Facebook a few years back. There are a lot of great javascript plugins that offers this functionality, but I thought it would be cool to try and do this with the new cool features of css. No javascript required.

PgwMenu is a responsive menu for jQuery with following features.

  • Full customization with the CSS file included
  • Fully responsive navigation menu (desktop and mobile devices)
  • SEO compliant
  • Ligthweight

Responsive Tabbed Navigation

Thursday, 21 May 2015

A handy tabbed navigation, optimized for mobile devices, with support for both horizontal and vertical menu positioning. It’s created by using CSS and jQuery.