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    Ricky55
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    Hi guys

    I posted this a few weeks back but I’ve only just got around to implementing them.

    I’m trying to recreate a button hover effect that I’ve seen on the Dyson website. Its basically just got a circle that grows on hover. This is created with keyframes and the border radius property. You can see an example here:

    https://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners.html

    Scroll down to see the large button in the centre.

    When I last posted someone gave me a link to a pen with some examples but I still can’t figure it out. I can only be missing a couple of lines of css.

    Can anyone please have a look for me? its driving me crazy. I’ve checked the code 100s of times.

    Here’s my pen.

    https://codepen.io/qwerty-design/pen/QmLyqB

    #268839
    Xiija
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    here is a pen with some transitions that are close..

    https://codepen.io/vulchivijay/pen/KwBGjX

    here is one with just a fade on hover…

    https://codepen.io/Xiija/pen/zWErqK

    you may need to change the “after” to make the transition how you want it?

    #268840
    Ricky55
    Participant

    Thanks mate that radial out looks more it although that uses transitions rather than keyframes that doesn’t matter though.

    Out of interest could you see what was wrong with my example?

    #268842
    Xiija
    Participant

    no idea, sry :\

    #268870
    JeroenR
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    Remove the overflow hidden on your class to-know__link and you will see your animation.
    Because of its z-index (of -1) it is beneath your button, and because of the overflow hidden, you can’t see anything that is outside of the button area.

    #268873
    Ricky55
    Participant

    Wow I feel a bit silly now. Thank you so much.

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