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CSS MENUSUnusual - Fisheye menu using just CSS

Date : 24th August 2009

For all modern browsers

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The fourth in the 'unusual' series.

You have probably all seen the new javascript 'fisheye' menus where you hover over a graphic and it gradually increases in size the more you get to the center and then reduces in size again as you move off the image.

Well this is my take on these 'fisheye' menus and, as always, uses ONLY CSS.

Move the mouse over the above images to see them grow and shrink dynamically and when they expand they push the images to the left and right so that the menu stays central.

Works in IE6, IE7, IE8, Firefox, Opera, Safari(PC) and Google Chrome.

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