Today we’d like to show you how to create an intriguingly simple, yet eye-catching transition effect using Masks.
Some effect inspiration for card stacks. The idea is to show animation ideas for positive (accept) or negative (reject) feedback on a generic card element.
Fully responsive Slider for all in one.
- Fully responsive. Scales with its container.
- Separate settings per breakpoint Uses CSS3 when available. Fully functional when not.
- Swipe enabled. Or disabled, if you prefer.
- Desktop mouse dragging Infinite looping.
- Fully accessible with arrow key navigation Add, remove, filter & unfilter slides Autoplay, dots, arrows, callbacks, etc…
Bootstrap Fade Carousel Touch Slider with Text Animation
Siema is a lightweight (only 1kb gzipped) carousel plugin with no dependencies and no styling. As Brad Frost once said “do that shit yourself”. It is 100% open source and available on Github. It is free to use on personal and commercial projects. Use it with your favourite module bundler or by manually injecting the script into your project.
This plugin utilizes SVG filter to blur the image if SVG is supported by the browser (all except IE), otherwise the plugin creates an IMG tag and applies a special IE-only filter in CSS
we’d like to share a simple decorative slideshow component with you. The idea behind this slideshow is to have an individual layout for each slide, accompanied by a distinct effect. The images of each slide is meant to have a decorative purpose which could be suitable for an article header; or, for example, an ornamental quotes slideshow within an article.
A tutorial on how to use CSS Masks to create some interesting looking slide transitions. Highly experimental!
Today we’d like to show you how to create an intriguingly simple, yet eye-catching transition effect using CSS Masks. Together with clipping, masking is another way of defining visibility and composite with an element.