Add Some Digital Motion to the Web Ocean with Hover.CSS
There's an increasing interest among 'Net professionals to add animation effects onto website elements. That's not always easy to do, of course, at least not without going overboard.
Fortunately, there are some interesting approaches available for Web designers that can be used to catch and capture the digital attention of users.
Hover.CSS, a collection of CSS3 hover effects, is a great example. There are over 100 effects to choose from, including 2D transsitions, background transitions, border transitions, icon buttons, shadow and glow transitions, speech bubbles, and page curls - the list goes on and on. Hover.CSS is available in CSS, Sass and LESS.
The Hover.css stylesheet contains many different classes, each offering a different hover effect. If you’re comfortable with using CSS, then you will find it really easy to apply it to website elements including links, buttons, logos, SVG and images.