5 advanced examples of hovering on images
December 20, 2018
The hover effects on images (which when the user hovers over an HTML element, in many cases an image, and is exhausted when the mouse is moved) have been for a long time one of the main factors of interaction between page and user.
But today, with the possibilities offered by modern client-side technologies, Web designers can really give free rein to creativity. In this article we see 5 animations of hovering on really original images. All snippets are viewable and testable on Code Pen .
1) Distribution in levels
There are many possible combinations.
2) CSS3 filters
3) Slide and Zoom
4) Unfold and tooltip
Also in this case we have a combination of two different animations , whose final product is really nice, and can be applied to a series of HTML elements defined by the user.
Very minimal HTML layout :
<div class = “pic-container”> <img src = “http://placehold.it/200×200” class = “pic” /> <img src = “http://placehold.it/200×200” class = “pic” /> <img src = “http://placehold.it/200×200” class = “pic” /> <a href=”https://twitter.com/_brunoweb”> Text </a> </ Div>
5) Shifting Reality