Pure CSS3 Regulator

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Regulator

by MVBen Pro

7 Responses

  1. Abhishek Mishra Abhishek Mishra

    Much of the credit for this goes to @MVBen for the original work. I've merely crafted the CSS to understand & approximate the beauty.

    Enjoy the CSS work here: http://heldfree.com/play/regulator/

    2x inside. best viewed - Chrome / Safari. scales nicely.

    You can study the 162 lines of Sass here: https://github.com/heldfree/heldfree.github.com/blob/master/play/regulator/sass/screen.scss

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    over 1 year ago

  2. Arpit Tilak Arpit Tilak

    This is some serious CSS mate!! Love what you have done here.. Amazing !

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Abhishek Mishra Abhishek Mishra

    Thanks @designXtreme (Arpit Tilak)

    Now that I review it, I missed some finess in the rope stitches and the button separators. Some translucency to inset shadows on the buttons container would get it more exact :)

    Totally love sass for minimising work on my side.

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    over 1 year ago

  4. Arpit Tilak Arpit Tilak

    @Abhishek Mishra - I did notice the shadow but whatever you have done is way too good as well too criticize. :D

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    over 1 year ago

  5. Vasudha Chandak Vasudha Chandak

    Amazing :)

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    over 1 year ago

  6. Vasudha Chandak Vasudha Chandak

    Try adding states on it - active hover pressed

    over 1 year ago

  7. Abhishek Mishra Abhishek Mishra

    @Vasudha Chandak I've been thinking of that. The buttons container is actually one circle, not segments in real. So, one way to indicate press on either of left, right, up down, could be to alter shadows. But then CSS wouldn't know mouse coordinates....

    Other way could be to have invisible divs covering them (ugly). I can do states on whole circles though, at least the center piece.

    Gonna try sometime. Thx :)

    over 1 year ago

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