LearnPath Menu in CSS3

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writes on December 8, 2011

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Many of the people that I follow on Twitter have been falling in love with Path, a social networking app for iOS devices. I can understand why; the UI is very fun to use.

Whenever I see great UI in a native application on a mobile device or a desktop, I always imagine how that might translate to the web. That’s why I was so happy to see the Path menu UI recreated in CSS3! Mad props to Victor for putting this together.

10 Responses to “Path Menu in CSS3”

  1. Absolutely fantastic.

  2. Absolutely fantastic.

  3. It will become the new standard somewhere along the time Internet
    Explorer 9 ships hopefully.

  4. It will become the new standard somewhere along the time Internet
    Explorer 9 ships hopefully.

  5. wow… cool! Thanks!

  6. Just like all features and things like this, these things take time to implement. Mozilla has always been good at keeping on top of these things, other browsers will fall into place as time goes.

  7. Just like all features and things like this, these things take time to implement. Mozilla has always been good at keeping on top of these things, other browsers will fall into place as time goes.

  8. I’m making a scrollbox using css3 and I have the basic look of my
    scrollbar. But I want to know how to autohide it. But not just autohide,
    but make it fade in or fade out. 

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