This is an example of a simple bootstrap card image gallery, designed using HTML, and CSS. Bootstrap styles are imported to the code. The bootstrap class card is used to implement the cards, class card-columns to display the cards in a column view, and class card-img-top to display the cards on top of the text. The images have been added to the form with their URLs imported. A card is divided into three parts as Card Body, Card Title and Card Text. The background color for the background is set as orange. Default bootstrap styles have been used almost in the whole code and a text-muted helper class is also added to the cards.
This is an example of a simple bootstrap card layout with links to its Wikipedia content, designed using HTML, and CSS. Bootstrap class card-deck has been added to display images in a deck. The images and the background image have been added to the form with their URLs imported. The background is given a background-size of 100%. The title has the styles of background-color: white, padding: 30px 40px 30px 20px, background: rgba(256, 256, 256, 0.5), display: inline-block, and font-family: Orbitron. The images are given a min-width of 576px, and the image title is given a font-size of 4rem and the subtitle a 2rem. Learn more buttons are embedded with the links to the Wikipedia content to externally redirect.
This is an example of a simple bootstrap card image gallery, designed using HTML, and CSS. Bootstrap class card-columns has been added to display images in columns. The images have been added to the form with their URLs imported. The images are divided into 4 sections depending on their different sizes, with the first section containing 2 columns, the second one containing 3 columns, the third one with 4 columns, and the fourth one with 5, making altogether 14 columns of images. The body of the form is given a padding of 2em. The card image is given a border-radius of 0em. Images in the first section are given a min-width of 576px, whereas the ones in the second are given 768px and the third and fourth, 992px, and 1200px, respectively.
This is another example of a simple bootstrap tile layout with a photo grid, designed using HTML, and CSS. Bootstrap styles are imported to the code with its URL. The Li element of lists has been used to display the card details in a list. The background image has been added to the form with the given link. The body is given a style set of font-family as 'Montserrat', font-style as Italic, background-attachment as fixed, background-position as center, and padding as 20px whereas the header is given the styles of text-align as center, padding as 20px, and font-size as 20px. The card title is given the styles of font-weight as bold, and text-align as center. The left panel is given a style set of position: relative, left: 5%, background-color: #555, color: white, font-size: 16px, padding: 12px 20px, border-radius: 5px, and cursor as pointer to display the hand cursor. The right panel is given the styles of position: absolute, right: 10%, background-color: #555, color: white, font-size: 16px, padding: 12px 20px, border-radius: 5px, and cursor: pointer. The modal view of the learn more button is given a color of linear-gradient(white,#7FDBFF).
This is an example of a simple bootstrap tile layout designed using HTML, and CSS. Images for the tiles have been imported to the form with its URL added. The cards are given the bootstrap type card. The body of the form is given a background color of #232321 whereas the header of the form is given the styles of color as #fff and padding as 10px 0. The tiles are given a style set of box-shadow as 0 4px 8px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2), transition as 0.3s, and border as none. In a hover event, the tiles take a box shadow effect with the style set as box-shadow: 0 8px 16px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.4). The color and text-decoration styles are set as initial and a text-muted helper class is also added with its margin set as 0 10px.
This is another example of a cards layout with images designed using HTML, and CSS. Images have been imported to the form with its URL added. The cards are given the bootstrap type card. The body is given a background color of #eeeded whereas the cards are given a style set of box-shadow as 0 1px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.12), 0 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.24), transition as all 0.2s ease-in-out, box-sizing as border-box, margin-top as 10px, margin-bottom as 10px, and background-color as #FFF. A box-shadow of 0 5px 5px rgba(0,0,0,0.19), 0 6px 6px rgba(0,0,0,0.23) is given to the cards in a hover event. Card header is given a margin-bottom of 5px whereas card image is given a width of 100%. The cards take a box shadow effect in a hover event.
This is an interesting snippet with less animation and more of effect. This looks like a swing moving front and back. Each letter is placed in a span where the animation will last for 2 seconds, works alternately and infinite. Alternate letters are set with a delay of 0.5 seconds. A keyframe is used to set the fonts while the animation is complete. Media screen property helps to set the fontzise in smaller devices allowing to view the animation and effect in all types of devices. With this animation, you can add a change of the color along with rotation or flipping. This can be easily used The CSS styling has made it easy to display the tect with effects and animation. As the older browsers don’t support the animation and modern browsers have different methods for setting pixels to make sure while you create animation for text it is effectively seen in the browsers you are recommending.
With the background color and font color matching, the effect makes the letters disappear and appear at specific intervals. The Concert One font with uppercase, the effect spans before the letters. The position set is -3px left of the letter with an animation set for 5 seconds. Keyframes set the animation, with every percentage the rotation and width of the animated object are set. Media property is set to display the font size according to the display screen. This animation is simple with less space requirement can be added for any text messages. The change in background color and font color can create magic. You can add additional properties for this animation like different colors for font, of any other effect like bouncy effect or flip effect. You can experiment with it and can select the best for your page.
With different colors, opacity and text-shadow this is one which can be displayed on the top of the page. With no twisting and flipping, the letters are placed at one position. With just the change in opacity and text-shadow the effect is perfectly fit for any website. The text effect sets the font size and weight the letters are aligned at the center with 0 margins. The linear animation is set to 2000ms with infinity. Animation delay makes the most for this effect. The delay setting is in milliseconds which lets the letter display for some time. The @keyframes sets the opacity, colors, and shadow along with the z-axis set to different colors. The media property sets the font size for different size of screens. These effects can be changes to fit your applications. Make sure to check these effects for popular browsers.
Creating a personalized animation can add extra creativity to your page. This is one such example where each element is to have its opacity, color, and shadow set along with animation and effect. The cursive style of font uses the tag to separate the letters, the span is set with the text-shadow for x, y, and z-axis along with different colors for each letter. The animation is set for 2s and runs forever (infinity). The keyframes set the stage for animation, each percentage set for animation contains different color, opacity and transform with the scale and rotation degree. At 100%, the text-shadow is set along with the color. This snippet also works with different screen as it minimizes the font size as per the screen size. Using this you can set your color and animation which matches your website background.
This is a flip effect for the text using CSS. The letters are separated with a tag in HTML, the CSS adds the effect along with the width, font, and animation. The cursive style of Cookie family matches this fill effect. The animation lasts for 2s and starts over again and goes forever (infinite). The effect is applied to each span element with animation-delay of 1sec each. To maintain the space between the two worlds, the 4th span (letter) is set with the margin to the right. The keyframe property set the animation and rotates each element by 1 turn. The media screen property sets the font size for different screen size. Overall the effect added is easy, with little understanding of CSS styling and animations you can have a perfect text effect for your website. Also, these animations are is not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions.