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Welcome to Dynamic Drive's new CSS library! Here you'll find original, practical CSS codes and examples such as CSS menus to give your site a visual boast.

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3D flip menu

3D flip menu
Using CSS3 transform, this menu flips the traditional menu around, or on its y-axis to be exact. When the user clicks on the menu anchor, it flips over to reveal a drop down menu. The menu degrades well in IE9 and IE8, resorting to a drop down menu activated by JavaScript in the later. Flippin' cool!

Flat flipping menu buttons 2 (vertical)

Flat flipping menu buttons 2 (vertical)
This is the vertical version of the original Flat Flipping menu buttons. They combine the two hot trends that are flat design (absence of bevels, gradients and shadows etc) and CSS3 to create a bold and modern looking navigation buttons.

Flat flipping menu buttons

Flat flipping menu buttons
These menu buttons combine the two hot trends that are flat design (absence of bevels, gradients and shadows etc) and CSS3 to create a bold and modern looking navigation buttons. They flip in 3D space when the mouse rolls over them.

Swinging keyframe animation

Swinging keyframe animation
Using CSS3 keyframe animations, we can control the exact style of an element at any point in time. Here we use keyframes to create a swinging effect, by modifying an element's rotation gradually over time until resting position, or 0 degrees.

Flipboard CSS buttons

Flipboard CSS buttons
Flipboard creates a series of CSS buttons that flip horizontally on themselves when the mouse rolls over them, creating an elegant, eye catching effect. It employs CSS3 transform and transitions to do the heavy work.

Rollover Text Menu

Rollover Text Menu
This CSS menu creates the popular rollover text effect of text sliding up to reveal a duplicate of itself when the mouse rolls over a menu item.

Split Drop Down Menu

Split Drop Down Menu
Using a combination of CSS2 selectors, pseudo classes, CSS3 transitions, plus a tough of JavaScript, we arrive at a CSS based split menu button, even sans images!

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