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CSS DEMOSCSS Fibonacci spirals

Date : Pre 2006

For all modern browsers




Example #1 - Using four images
north-west quadrantnorth-east quadrant south-west quadrantsouth-east quadrant north-east quadrantnorth-west quadrant south-west quadrant south-east quadrant


Example #2 - Pure CSS (no images)


Example #3 - and finally for mozilla etc (not IE)

using border-radius



Information

Prompted by a recent comment I give you my CSS version of Fibonacci's spiral (and no, I hadn't heard of it either). But here it is, produced by using just four quadrants of a circle images and sizes in ems so that it will scale up and down with text sizes.

1st July 2005

My pure CSS version using no graphics (but a bit chunky) added. This used em size containers and percentage size 'curves'.

31st August 2009

Moz border radius version updated to add a decreasing border width as suggested by Christopher Robert Jaquez.


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