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  • Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

    Screwing around this morning with my limited skill set and found an animated.css file on github so I thought I would give it a try.
    I cannot express to you how absolutely SIMPLE Alpha software has made it to not only "drop this in" but to call and use it is about as simple as it can get!

    Here is the page for you to observe a demo:
    https://daneden.github.io/animate.css/

    Now if you want to add this in all you have to do is download the CSS file then go into your web project and "Add File"
    Ok so now the CSS file is "available" for you to use locally.
    Next open up a UX and go to the properties page, find "CSS Linked Files" and put "animate.css" there - then go to any button and in the properties of that button put one of the class names like maybe for HOVER "animate pulse" or animate wobble and hit live preview.

    Your DONE, now your buttons can have modern animations LITERALLY without any hard coding on your part. So simple it's ice cream time.

    If you find anything interesting - post back!
    NWCOPRO: Nuisance Wildlife Control Software My Application: http://www.nwcopro.com "Without forgetting, we would have no memory at all...now what was I saying?"

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    Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

    Great find. - Thanks
    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
    Albert Einstein, (attributed)
    US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)

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      Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

      That is really cool Charles.

      Just one small note, when you add the class it's animated pulse or animated wobble rather than animate pulse or animate wobble, etc.

      I noticed the author also has a pretty useful video here ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBQGl6zokMs

      Thanks for sharing. Ice cream time
      Last edited by iRadiate; 08-08-2016, 10:12 AM. Reason: typo
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        Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

        Excellent.
        Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
        Albert Einstein, (attributed)
        US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)

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          Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

          Since I am NOT an expert on integrating CSS into Alpha - I always look for the short cut - the easiest thing to do! With that in mind, what would be the easiest way to add the "Animated Wobble" to the HOVER event for tabbedUI button and please be step by step specific - think NEW GUY!
          OR in a Grids button where the HOVER event must be set in the styles additional CSS?

          How would you do it? Should you add in the CSS from the animated style sheet to an existing style and in that way make all of your hover events the same, or would you just call the CSS from the buttons properties?

          How would you COMBINE an existing style sheet like animate with an Alpha one?

          Not a lot of advice/discussion about how you would do this, the easiest methods etc.

          I think that's why we see such an interest in stuff like Alpha Boot strap and the Style sheet builder - people are just not sure how to integrate even the simplest CSS let alone the often necessary javascript etc that would also need to be applied to get the nifty results.

          I think if we are going to develop "fun" and "interesting" business apps we should know how to do this. I just keep pounding away at it - I'll get it yet!
          NWCOPRO: Nuisance Wildlife Control Software My Application: http://www.nwcopro.com "Without forgetting, we would have no memory at all...now what was I saying?"

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            Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

            take a look at videos M35 in version 11, it should show some step by step method. you will call the class from that css file. but it will change other buttons too with similar class to start with.
            if you just need one button to change then you must have an id for that button and with javascript set the css to that button.
            thanks for reading

            gandhi

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              Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

              got something for button animation here http://alphasnip.com/Button-animated...y-Ian-Lunn.a5w

              khanafi,
              alphasnip.com

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                Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                Nice work on that - heres a direct link to the demo of the effects there!
                http://alphasnip.com/preview/45875/button-animated/

                Definitely a bunch of NIFTY stuff!
                NWCOPRO: Nuisance Wildlife Control Software My Application: http://www.nwcopro.com "Without forgetting, we would have no memory at all...now what was I saying?"

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                  Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                  I downloaded the a5w page with all the CSS on it, that's awfully nice to have it all there to just copy into any style I want to. Thanks for the donation to the Alpha forum users!
                  NWCOPRO: Nuisance Wildlife Control Software My Application: http://www.nwcopro.com "Without forgetting, we would have no memory at all...now what was I saying?"

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                  • #10
                    Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                    Originally posted by CharlesParker View Post
                    I downloaded the a5w page with all the CSS on it, that's awfully nice to have it all there to just copy into any style I want to. Thanks for the donation to the Alpha forum users!
                    What is the link for the a5w page Charles, I can't seem to find it?

                    Oh, never mind, I've got it.
                    Alpha Anywhere v12.4.6.3.0 Build 7582-5569 IIS v10.0 on Windows Server 2019 Std in Hyper-V

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                      Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                      This is a pretty cool set of button animations. Here's an example of Reveal on my UX buttons:

                      http://screencast.com/t/QDeNblJ9n

                      In case anyone is interested, I've attached the hover.css stylesheet with the html and default styles removed. You can just add the css to your project and use it as is.
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                      Last edited by iRadiate; 08-16-2016, 11:39 AM.
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                        Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                        Cheers
                        Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
                        Albert Einstein, (attributed)
                        US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)

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                          Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                          Thanks Stephen!

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                            Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                            I've been having fun playing around with these, here are a few more examples applied to button controls:

                            http://screencast.com/t/E8gy03LLsaqS
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                              Re: Animated CSS - buttons - text - images

                              Having an issue with a button in a list control. Using the canned IOs7 Alpha style. Getting no hover and no change when touched/clicked. Can you add animation to a button in a list control? I also want to disable the button after it is touched/clicked. Looked through the component methods but they apply to a control, or a button list. Can you disable a button in the onclick event in a list control? This might also serve as the animation. There is a delay on the onclick event that involves a crud operation. This delay makes it seem like the button is not working. It is a much more interactive experience if the button responds to a touch/click. Any suggestions?

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