Today i collected beautiful style design of CSS3 example and tutorials that available for demo view and download such Text Effects and Layout, CSS3 Animated, CSS3 3D Text, Pure CSS, CSS drop-shadows, CSS image replacement, css background, css rounded corners, border radius, box shadow,css3 inner shadow, css drop shadow, css3 drop shadow and CSS3 slider/slideshow … etc.
CSS 3 are going to be very interesting. They will allow the designer/developer to select on much more specific levels of the document. One of the nice things about this module is that many browsers are already starting to support the advanced CSS 3 selectors, so you can start trying them out now. You can find out more 40 Useful HTML5 Lessons, Tutorial for Learning HTML5 .
There are many ways to show product information, for example, when hovering the product image, product information is sliding over or even using pop-up. In this tutorial I will show how to share our product information with style 3D cube using CSS3 Transform.
This is using CSS3 transitions and transforms, so browser compatibility should be something like: Safari 3+, Firefox 4+, Opera 10+, Chrome Whatever+
Here’s some form input checkboxes styled with CSS3 to look like iPhone style on/off buttons. Just messing about again with CSS3.
If you create your starbursts with CSS3 you can do so much more than with images. Below are a few more demos where I’ve experimented with different numbers of points, rounded borders, text-shadows, animations with transitions and transforms, and also translations. To see the animations you will need to use Safari or Google Chrome.
Create CSS buttons that are sexy looking, really flexible, but with the most minimalistic markup as possible.And voila.. here they are, the BonBon Buttons. Named after the French word for “Candy“. So, let’s take a tour trough the candy store.
7. CSS3 3D Text
CSS3D creates a stereoscopic 3D effect with CSS3 only. First I just created this red and cyan effect because I thought it looks cool. But then I got some 3D glasses and was shocked that it actually works. Basically you just need one line of CSS. A text-shadow with a red and cyan offset.
text-shadow was included in CSS2, removed from CSS2.1 and returns in CSS3. It has been supported in Safari since version 1.1, and is supported in Chrome, Firefox 3.5 and Opera 10.
CSS Shadows take three length values, and a color. The length values are a horizontal offset, a vertical offset and a blur. Offsets may be negative or positive
perspective property is what we need to create the 3d effect. Using
transition, we can create 3d animation using pure CSS3.
I recently saw a hover over trick that caught my eye and I thought it was a pretty clever way of showing more details on an element. I decided to give it a try and the solution was quite simple.
In this playground adventure, we use some awesome CSS2 and CSS3 to turn an otherwise unassuming list of images into a full-blown set of polaroid pictures. Check out the demo and code snippets below
Create a simple CSS folded-corner effect without images or extra markup. It works well in all modern browsers and is best suited to designs with simple colour backgrounds.
Drop-shadows are easy enough to create using pseudo-elements. It’s a nice and robust way to progressively enhance a design. This post is a summary of the technique and some of the possible appearances.
15. Pure CSS GUI icons (experimental)
An experiment that uses pseudo-elements to create 84 simple GUI icons using CSS and semantic HTML. Shared as an exercise in creative problem solving and working within constraints. This is not a “production ready” CSS icon set.
16. CSS image replacement using pseudo
An accessible image replacement method using pseudo-elements and generated-content. This method works with images and/or CSS off; works with semi-transparent images; doesn’t hide text from screen-readers or search engines; and provides fallback for IE6 and IE7.
17. CSS pseudo-element Solar System using semantic HTML
18. Pure CSS social media icons (no images)
19. CSS typography experiment
This is a quick experiment that reproduces an image from I Love Typography using nothing more than simple semantic HTML, CSS 2.1, and modern browser implementations of a couple of CSS3 properties. Along the way a few new modern browser bugs and inconsistencies were exposed.
20. CSS3 box-shadow rolled corners
Rolled corners are popular. Dimension is in. The CSS3 box-shadow property isn’t entirely flexible enough to really create the effect (masked shadows please!) but with a couple layers it can be approximated in some browsers within limits. Looking good in Firefox and Safari. Not so much in Chrome.
There’s some seriously cool transform and animation effects available through the webkit engine that can really spice up the web experiences for users with the Safari browser. Here’s a quick look at how the rotateY property can produce a flip effect, and how it can be used to create a super cool Transformers themed top trumps design.
22. CSS menu using CSS Sprites
Here I am presenting a cool overlapped pure CSS menu created using CSS sprites. This is an initial draft version, so far I have checked it only in Firefox 3.5, IE 7, Chrome 3.0 & Opera 9.02 and it looks fine. If anyone of you finds any issues in any other browsers, please lemme know.
23. Feature Table Design
I ran into the feature table design from Shopify over on Pattern Tap and I was like DAMN SHOPIFY, that is one sexy table. I was inspired to try and replicate it. First in Photoshop, then in HTML/CSS.Recreating cool stuff you find on the web is definitely an excise I recommend (a few days after, I read this – couldn’t agree more). As these exercises typically do, it lead me down some interesting paths.
24. Transparent Borders with background-clip
Have you ever seen an element on a page with transparent borders? I think Facebook originally popularized it giving birth to lightbox plugins like Facebox. I don’t think Facebook sports the look anymore, but it’s still rather neat.
25. CSS Blurry Background Effect
Simple fixed positioning of two separate background images allows for a very neat effect. Like looking through frosted glass.
26. 3D Text Tower
Puts a shadow under text that is solid rather than blurred, by way of multiple shadows all offset by 1px. Rollovers grow the height of the tower.
27. Nice 3D Ribbons Only Using CSS3
There are some properties of the CSS3 languages that can help us to accomplish this mission.
We will use box-shadow to create a drop-shadow with RGBa, a color model that allows an optimized contrast with any kind of backgrounds.
28. Awesome Overlays | Demo
The trick with these overlays is the gradient border, going form a lighter to darker orange as you go from top to bottom. To create that effect we used to the border-image property, which is a tricky little addition to CSS.
29. Rounded Corners Drop Shadows Opacity in CSS3
There are some very cool features that have come along with HTML5 and CSS3. Generally, alot are only able to be displayed in Firefox and Webkit-based browsers like Chrome and Safari. Here, I’ll show you an example of how to implement drop shadows, rounded corners and opacity in your designs using CSS3.
Besides these it contains 43 pictograms games can also be used using three different styles: bevelled, rounded rectangle. Although there are six colors to choose from: Orange, Magenta, Cyan, Red, Black and Green.
31. Style Menu with CSS3
Here’s a quick experiment I did with CSS3. Again I was just mucking about with CSS3 transitions which could one day replace all the fancy jQuery animation tricks people use. The outcome was a really simple animated sliding verticle menu.