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CSS MENUSRising Tabs - Animation

Date : 26th September 2010

For all modern browsers


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  • Equipment
    Some descriptive text for this Equipment tab can go here. This can span several lines and can be formatted using CSSmore ...
  • Technical Data
    Some descriptive text for this Technical Data tab can go here. This can span several lines and can be formatted using CSSmore ...
  • Accessories
    Some descriptive text for this Accessories tab can go here. This can span several lines and can be formatted using CSSmore ...
  • Highlights
    Some descriptive text for this Highlights tab can go here. This can span several lines and can be formatted using CSSmore ...


Information

No javascript, no hacks, no expressions, just CSS, XHTML and a little bit of TIME for Internet Explorer.

Hover over the text beneath the image to see a rising information panel which can contain text, links and images. This action rivals javascript/jQuery versions and is accomplished using only a few lines of 'style'.

The menu will function in all the latest browsers but the animation is only seen fully by Opera, Safari, Chrome and Firefox v4 beta. Internet Explorer will see a slide up animation with an instant return when leaving the panel. It is possible to have a smooth return but this is a little 'buggy'.

Tested in IE5.5, IE6, IE7, IE7 emulation, IE8, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome, Avant, SeaMonkey, Flock and Maxthon. It should also work in Mac browsers.


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