Awesome CSS3 & jQuery Slide Out Button

Here is an awesome little slide out button. The inspiration for that button came from photoshop.com where Flash is used to create a nice slide out effect. This button does not behave exactly the same, but the effect is quite neat. It does not use any images and uses the border radius property to make […]

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Here is an awesome little slide out button. The inspiration for that button came from photoshop.com where Flash is used to create a nice slide out effect. This button does not behave exactly the same, but the effect is quite neat. It does not use any images and uses the border radius property to make the rounded borders.

The button consists of three parts: a container, the little button and the longer button. The two inner parts have absolute positioning. With jQuery, we enlarge the long button and change the colors of the small one.

Enjoy it!

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Mary Lou (Manoela Ilic) is a freelance web designer and developer with a passion for interaction design. She studied Cognitive Science and Computational Logic and has a weakness for the smell of freshly ground peppercorns.

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    • 4

      Hi! I know what you mean! It seems as if you can hover over the description but then it slides back in. I actually thought it was ok since it is not part of the button, but just a description. Don’t you think?
      Thanks for your comment!
      ML

  1. 5

    it is a good idea! Needs to be more “usable” ;) but we can fix that later. Again, very nice idea! :)

  2. 6

    Nice, I like the idea… I’d like to extend this to other form elements like inputs with pop-out hints. e.g. valid email etc… Might try to apply this idea to the validate(); errors.

  3. 8

    in FF 3.6.3, it doesn’t work. When you mouseout off of the signin button, the input disappears and you don’t get the chance to write anything in it…

    • 9

      @Cosmin What input are you talking about? There is no input field to write anything… it’s just a slide out “info” that you get. And that works perfectly in Firefox 3.6.3.
      Cheers, ML

  4. 15

    Hello,

    Is it possible make the same effecty for a textfield, like search imput button?

    Best regards.

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