This is a simple snippet using HTML tags. Though it looks like an accordion it is much more. It is a plain HTML details tag which specifies the additional details that the user can use and hide on demand. Unlink accordion, it is not collapsible unless it is clicked. This snippet can be used on any website to show the small amount of information for a particular section. Take a look at CSS, each tag is styled. The hovering function is used for the summary, once you hover the mouse on summary the styling is set for the borders of summary tag, along with the colours set for the details and summary in open state. The styling would enhance these simple tags and gives it look as collapsible or accordion. This can be used in your website easily to enhance your paragraphs.
This snippet shows examples of Accordion and toggles using Velocity.js. Velocity.js is an animation engine for the UI, which works with or without JQuery. It is fast it features colour animation, transforms, loops, easings, SVG support, and scrolling. It can be used instead of Jquery and CSS. Here, the snippet deals with bootstrap 3 combined with Velocity.js v1.2. You can see the Accordion and Toggle behaviour created using bootstrap classes. The HTML is similar for both the example, take a look at the CSS and JQuery. Jquery uses the Velocity for creating the animation effect for fading the panels once clicked to see the accordion and toggling behaviour. The animations are smoothly done. This would be used in websites with large content. You can use this code with your personal tweak to blend with your page.
Whether it is "traditional top bar" navigation or sticky navigation at the bottom or sides, we can have animations for the menu when selected. These animations can be blended with all types of navigation bars. We are looking at the series of collections of animations used for the menu items in a navigation bar. This is the third example in this series; the code uses the combination of HTML and CSS to create the animation. It is a simple navigation bar with a menu like any other blog. Check out the menu when you trigger the hovering event, this will create a left border along with the text of the menu. The font and other styling properties are perfect matches for any format website. These animations give a special effect to navigation bars. You can use this kind of animations for your personal website.
This is an excellent example of animations used in the navigation bar. This effect is due to the simple combination of the HTML and CSS styles. This is a simple navigation bar with menu added to it. Once you trigger the hovering event on any menu, you would see the top border moving down while the left border appears along the left side of the text. This is achieved by setting the height and width property of borders before and after the hovering event. This can be used in a traditional top bar or any sticky navigation bar located at the bottom or sides of the website. You can use this snippet with any website, as the font and the properties used, can be a perfect blend with any website. You can have multiple animations by changing the border properties and see to yourself for the ideal animation effect for your webpage.