I want to have a web page which has one centered word.   I want this word to be drawn with an animation, such that the page "writes" the word out the same way that we would, i.e. it starts at one point and draws lines and curves over time suc...
I'm trying to figure out how to implement progressbar around rectangle. Let's image that I have div 500x300 with 5px (black) border.  I would like that progress bar started in left top corner then goes to -> right corner -> bottom - rig...
I have to build this website and I am faced with a unique challenge of alternating Trapezium Divs. I have never come across anything like this before and I have no idea how to achieve this. To make things more complicated, this is going to be a respo...
I am trying to implement a Hexagon menu for mobile apps. The end result is     My attempt is at JSFiddle.  The issues I am facing right now are:   How to make the Hexagon menu responsive so that it is always positioned at the center of the screen on...
Please look at the following image:     I'm trying to create the above in CSS, and then use some Javascript so when people click on the circle, it pulls down (i.e.e the chain becomes longer). Next click would pull it back up.   Here is what I hav...
I would love to code simple image painting in HTML, CSS and probably jQuery also.  Let's say I have a original image, and I want make it colorized but only in part of hover (or 10x10px square or circle of image where cursor is).  I applied some f...
I am looking to make a quarter-circle to place in the top right corner of my website (fixed) and I want it to animate towards its center when user scrolls ( I have the code working for shrinking the element but not for the element itself or its cente...
I have a little bookmark ribbon icon that I'm using in a WebView in an Android app. The ribbon is created entirely by using CSS and in it's default state, it's gray in color.  There are some instances where I want the bookmark to flash re...
I am trying to create about twelve triangles inside a circle (each having an arc of 360/12 = 30 degrees) using CSS3 such that their bottom borders fit the arc of the outer circle, and their peaks fit/curve around the inner circle. My initial idea was...
Here is my code for small circle:  <div id="circle"></div>  #circle {     width: 40px;    height: 40px;    background: green;     -moz-border-radius: 20px;     -webkit-border-radius: 20px;     border-radius: 20px; }   Here is jsfi...

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