Sometimes CSS can be quicker than photoshop.
about 2 years ago
CSS3's transforms and web-fonts? Nice effect Trent, congrats!
Ohh.. Please, add a harmonica animation, you know, where the paper unfolds kinda like a map.
Awesome! Reminds me of that Goodwill store on Airport in Austin.
No way this is CSS. Damn nice work.
NICE! How'd you get the darker colors on the shaded sections? Different bg images or rgba()?
Very excited to see this live!
@simurai You mean "accordion"?
I'm gonna go ahead and presume that says "KABLAMO SCALE"
@Anthony Calzadilla: Thanks! Flat #hex colors for each red, but they each have the beige flecks as a bg image. I hope to publish this tomorrow—feel free to pick it to pieces then :)
@simurai The use here will be a little more modest... though that sounds like a job for you anyhoo :)
You're a freaking CSS genius. This is brilliant.
Very excited and agree with Joshua!
@Louie Ahh.. my English sucks.. yes, of course.. "accordion".
Leaving a comment so I'll see updates in my Incoming Activity feed :)
I'm very curious to find out how you skewed the text like that.
@Scott, when using the transforms you can set a -transform-origin: x,y; property. Something like this text could conceivably be done by using -transform-origin: left center; and then -transform: skewY( +/- 15deg ); to go up and down.
-transform-origin: left center;
-transform: skewY( +/- 15deg );
Plus it's more accurate and less painful than dealing with creating it in photochop.
I added a file/screenshot of my code. Live results in just a few...
by Trent Walton
My blog is now responsive and it makes me smile.
about 2 years ago
Oh wow, I had no idea there was a skew transform. That's excellent, thanks Joe!
And, great work, Trent!
Dude this is gorgeous...and kudos on the CSS implementation!
My mind is blown!
almost 2 years ago
fabulous @Trent Walton
11 months ago
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