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CSS Only Off Canvas Menu

The most common usage of "Off Canvas" patterns are Off Canvas Menus. There are many different tutorials on the web, showing how to build such a menu using JavaScript and many responsive frameworks have Off Canvas Menus built-in, also using JavaScript. JavaScript is used to implement the user interaction and animiations for these menus.

However, CSS3 allows a way to implement Off Canvas Menus purely with HTML and CSS, using the :target selector. css-tricks.com already has an article on this. In this article we will use a slightly different approach and also try to fix some quirks that may occur on some devices.

last update: 13. Oct 2016

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CSS Only Equal Height Columns

Website designers often want to create columns that are equal but still dynamic in height. i.e. the height of all the columns should be dictated by the largest one. This is not that straight forward though using only HTML and CSS and there are many different ways to do it. Some are more convenient than others, some use JavaScript for the sake of having a simpler mark-up.

css-tricks.com has a comprehensive list of methods for Fluid Width Equal Height Columns. Many of these methods use simple backgrounds or column oversizing in conjunction with overflow:hidden in order to get the visual effect of having columns that are all equal in height. However, if you want to have more complex backgrounds or borders on your columns, these methods aren't suitable. We need to assign those CSS properties to block elements that are properly aligned with our content.

I recently had a go on it myself, using a method that I haven't seen on any of the popular (albeit already old) tutorials: using "background divs" behind the actual content divs.

last update: 13. Oct 2016

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