CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

CSS3 background gradient animation in a progress bar like in Windows 7

You can create a responsive, animated progress bars like in Windows 7 using pure CSS3. I haven't used any image in this tutorial. Resize your browser window to see the responsiveness. HTML <div class="bar"> <div class="blue loader"> <h3>;/h3> <span class="inner"> </span> </div> </div> CSS Next, we’ll create the background for the loader. The animated portion will be a translucent overlay, so you can easily change the colour and background properties if you chose to do so later on. I’ve used a gradient background but this can easily be swapped out for a solid colour or background image. ., .inner{ ;…
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Snow-Fall Effect with JavaScript – Creating Merry Christmas Greetings

On the occasion of Christmas and winter Holidays, I thought to wish this festival by create a nice webpage greetings. So, today I had created this Christmas greeting card using snow-fall effect with help of CSS3 and JavaScript. I hope you all will enjoy this holiday and my web-card too :). Today we will create a Christmas greeting card using CSS3 and jQuery. There are many things we can do with CSS3 and javascript. We’ll use  for creating these snow. Features and Principle Note: Snowfall Plugin is Less than 12Kb in size. There are many options for customize and use this plugin as per your requirement. Some features are: No need to add…
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CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

How to create a simple CSS3 loading animation

While playing DIRT 3, I've noticed a very cool triangle animation as part of their UI. Almost immediately, I thought about how to build a similar version of it using CSS3. So, in this article you'll see an experiment about how to create a simple CSS3 loading animation. For this example, I'll be using two CSS3 animations: one that fades the color for the triangles and one animation that rotates the whole design. These two animations, synchronized, will help creating a quite nice effect. The HTML Initially, I wanted to use pseudo-elements in order to have less markup elements. Here's how the markup…
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