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Button Hover Effect Using CSS

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Button Hover Effect Using CSS

Button Hover Effect Using CSS
Button Hover Effect Using CSS

 

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Introduction

Hey friends, today I’ll teach you how to use the hover property in CSS and where to use it. So before entering, let’s understand what is the hover property. The hover property is something common that you might have seen and used in many websites as it’s an essential component in websites.

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Generally, it’s used for buttons but can also be used for other elements according to your own creativity. Here’s a simple demo (from 0:00 to 0:22) :

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Okay, now let’s see the basic code for it first.

Button Hover Effect Code

For this selector, we first add the following code in HTML

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<button>Hover Me!</button>

In our CSS, we will add the following code

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button{
color:black;
background-color:white;
}
button:hover{
color:gold;
background-color:black;
}

The Output would be:

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Button Hover Effect Using CSS
Button Hover Effect Using CSS

Now, this is just the basics. Let’s see how to upgrade these basic skills now.

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button Fade Transition using Hover Selector

We can easily make a fade effect by adding the following line of code in our CSS for the button (not the hover one):

button{
color:black;
background-color:white;
transition:0.3s;
}

Final Output Of Button Hover Effect Using CSS:

Creative Ideas for :hover

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Instead of just using :hover for links and buttons, you can also consider using it for other components. For example, a CSS card enlarges in size when hovered. You can also use it for CSS Animations on Text. Do explore methods of using these and your skills in :hover will get better.

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hover effect Browser Support

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The most confusing thing in properties like this is browser support.¬†:hover¬†works in most modern browsers. However, for Internet Explorer, you need to declare the¬†<!DOCTYPE>¬†if you’re using :hover in elements besides the¬†<a>¬†element.

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Thank You!

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comment down below any doubts or suggestions you have. I hope this post was useful and thanks to CodeWithRandom for giving me the chance to write here I hope to see you all in future posts. Goodbye!

Written by: @codingporium

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