CSS3 - The future now - 3D Rollover Menu

27th February 2011

7th March 2012 - Now working in Safari, Chrome and Firefox

18th January 2013 - Now working in IE10 and iPad etc.

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Just to give you an idea of what will be possible once all browsers support transitions, delays and perspective in the same way that Safari does at the moment.

If you have the latest version of Safari then the above demonstration will show the power of a couple of lines of CSS styling. Hover over any of the four tabs to see the effect.

ONLY working in Safari at the moment. Even Chrome cannot manage this one.

7th March 2012

Now working in Safari, Chrome and Firefox.

18th January 2013

Re-styled to work in IE10 and a single line of script for the iPad etc.


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