Vertical image panning hover effect using CSS and HTML


Image hover effects was a very significant trick we see widely in all websites and it was mostly done by using CSS.We are about to see a similar vertical image panning hover effect using simple CSS and HTML codes. 



.pic {
border: 10px solid #fff;
float: left;
height: 300px;
width: 400px;
margin: 20px;
overflow: hidden;
-webkit-box-shadow: 5px 5px 5px #111;
 box-shadow: 5px 5px 5px #111;  } 
.vertpan img {  
margin-top: 0px;  
-webkit-transition: margin 1s ease;     
-moz-transition: margin 1s ease;       
-o-transition: margin 1s ease;     
 -ms-transition: margin 1s ease;
 transition: margin 1s ease; }
 .vertpan img:hover {  
     margin-top: -50px;

The above CSS code was used to frame around the image initially and the frame section was given in the .pic class of the CSS code.Then comes the main hover section “.vertpan” defines the properties of the image which needed to be panned when the mouse hover over it.While hovering the top margin “margin-top” was assigned to decrease by 50 pixels so that it will look like panning vertically upward.


<div class="vertpan pic">
<img src="........." width="400" height="400"></img>

The HTML code of this was very simple to implement all we have to do is placing our desired image inside a <div> tag and both the class “pic” and “vertpan” should be declared for the <div> inorder to apply both the class properties to the image.Now your code will be ready and your images will be far more attractive than the beginning.

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