Today we’d like to share another set of transition effects with you. This time we’ll explore transitions for sidebars or off-canvas content like the one we’ve used in the Multi-Level Push Menu. The idea is to show some hidden sidebar with a subtle transition on the element itself and also on the remaining content. Usually the sidebar slides in, pushing the other content to the side. But there are many more possibilities for subtle and fancy effects and today we want to give you some inspiration.
The structure of our demo is very specific because we want to be able to show all effects in one page only. But in general, we need a sidebar element that will be either inside or outside of a push wrapper, depending on whether we want the sidebar to be on top of the push wrapper or under it.
Prototype iPhone apps with simple HTML, CSS, and JS components.
slimMenu is a lightweight jQuery plugin, which is made to create responsive and multi-level navigation menus on the fly.
The varying viewports that our websites encounter on a daily basis continue to demand more from responsive design. Not only must we continue to tackle the issues of content choreography — the art of maintaining order and context throughout the chaotic ebb and flow of the Web browser — but we must also meet the expectations of users. They’re not sitting still.
Have you thought about remaking your website header section? As you know – this is the most important section of any website. First of all, all visitors are paying attention on this part of the site. And, the more clean and tidy it is, the better opinions on your site get visitors. In our today’s article I will show you how to create high-quality and modern header for your site. This header will include a logo, several links in the upper right corner, drop-down navigation menu and search form.
Before we start, I would like to show you what exactly we are going to buid:
When it comes to responsive design we are faced with various techniques on how to best handle altering our navigation menus for small screens. The resources seem endless. That’s why I’m going to show you four main concepts and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of all of them.
A three dimensional and space efficient menu.
As responsive design rapidly increases in popularity, we felt we would take a look at some of the varied solutions and techniques that are being adopted for managing the navigation/menu on smaller screened devices.
Planning and building your menu for mobiles will perhaps be the trickiest aspect of your responsive layout, not just with the coding but also having to decide what will stay and what will have to go to fit everything into the smaller screen. It is a juggling act between both readability and the desire to show as much on the screen as possible.
Hopefully the solutions we have for you below will help get you on your way.
In this article, we’re going to build a slide-out menu using CSS alone. If you’re using a modern browser, it will also show a lovely 3D page effect.
The Five Simple Steps website has a responsive design with a neat feature. When the browser window is narrow, the menu in the upper right converts from a regular row of links into a dropdown menu.
Ultra modern and stylish vertical navigation using css and jQuery which would be ideal for your next admin panel and would looks great in an iPad application.
The navigation uses a jQuery flyout menu to display child items with a cool looking apple-styled textured background.This vertical navigation menu comes in a choice of four colour including lime, blue, pink and orange.