Navigation within the modal? Interesting....
almost 2 years ago
Very Nice :)
Never seen a Modal with an exit button like that before really nice :)
wow, very clean
Nice colors and i like the noise effect on this colors, to tell you the truth i do not really like that close button..i cant find the words why i dont like it, but gives me a strange feeling, maybe is best to see in a wide image where i can see also the other three corners of the modal.
Digging all the stuff you're doing at Zaarly, and this one is no exception.
Looks lovely, although wondering how your going to achieve this in the code.
@Matt we have some incredibly good code nuts, but I haven't sent this over to them yet. If it weighs in too heavy then we'll rethink.
I agree with Matt Hamm on this. From a pure CSS point of view, I don't think it's possible to achieve a pixel perfect rendering. But only because the border is semi-transparent which means the overlap of borders will show up in a couple of small areas. It may not be an issue visually because of it being such a small nuance.
That said, I love the solid translucent border. Very pretty!
Yeah, great work Matt. Would love to see a working prototype of this :)
you would just have to slice this as images, no biggie.
Love, love, love how that close button hangs out there. Has a screw-esque quality to it. Nothing worse than a close button that's hard to locate.
couldnt you just add a wrapper div with padding and rgba bg? http://jsfiddle.net/C38xB/1/
NIce.... as mentioned above I'll be interested in the execution of this treatment. That aside, it's definitely a unique modal.
That's a really quirky close button, I love it!
Mason worked out a great solution that we're going to blog about on the Zaarly blog soon. I'll post back here when we're done. Its almost entirely CSS.
by Chris Wallace!
This is just one way to do it but it's fairly easy. Oh, and that rgba box shadow should be a container div element with a rgba background prolly.
almost 2 years ago
@matt Excellent! Look forward to it.
wow, totally dig how the close button is placed -- and integrated. Nicely done.
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