About Us Pop-Out Effect

Cool demo that uses clip-path: path(…);, a feature that recently shipped with Chromium, making it supported in all three major rendering engines. See the Pen About Us Pop-Out Effect by Mikael Ainalem (@ainalem) on CodePen. Peeking under the hood – using the SVG Path Visualizer — you can see that it’s the .container-inner that is …

Crafting a Cutout Collage Layout with CSS Grid and clip-path

On Codrops there’s a tutorial on how to create a Cutout Collage Layout using CSS Grid and Clip Path. The result looks quite nice I must say: What I’m not too excited about in this implementation is the fact that it requires you to manually cut up the image into parts beforehand, even though clip-path …

Chameleonic Header

UPDATE 2021.01.14: Besides using clip-path, a more easy approach is to use mix-blend-mode: difference; if all you’re doing is inverting colors. Ever had a fixed header that had to work with both light and dark content shown underneath it? Keep an eye at the header in the video below to see what I’m talking about: …

Clippy – CSS clip-path Maker

Handy tool to creating shapes to use with the clip-path CSS property. Comes with some easy to use predefined shapes. The clip-path property allows you to make complex shapes in CSS by clipping an element to a basic shape (circle, ellipse, polygon, or inset), or to an SVG source. See the previously linked CSS Shapes, …

CSS Shapes, Clipping and Masking

The release of Firefox 54 is just around the corner and it will introduce new features into an already cool CSS property: clip-path. clip-path is a property that allows us to clip (i.e., cut away) parts of an element. Up until now, in Firefox you could only use an SVG to clip an element: But …

Reverse clip path with blend modes

Nice example on applying an SVG-defined clipPath using CSS. Note that’s it no simple triangle in the example, but a triangle with an inner triangle cut out, created using the reverse clip path approach by Ana Tudor. The gif and the extra background-blend-mode: screen; also give it a nice touch 🙂 Reverse clip path with …