iOS-esque popup styles
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Popups

iOS-esque popups using basic markup with class-based styling.

(Just some CSS for the aesthetic, no implementation code.)

These styles were developed primarily with Marked in mind meaning they are not at all cross-browser tested. I'll put up a more complete version when I get a chance. If you take matters into your own hands, please fork on github or send me your updates for inclusion!

Demo

Instructions and demo at http://ttscoff.github.com/popupsCSS/.

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All popups use a div with a class of popup and an unordered list. For a button list, just make the list items links. Additional classes add arrows, remove dividers and justify text.

The arrows are created using a span element with a class of 'arrow' before the end of the div container. The :after selector is used to create a square element, rotate it 90° and clip it into a triangle.

Markup

Option list

<div class="popup">
	<ul>
		<li><a href="#">Option 1</a></li>
		<li><a href="#">Option 2</a></li>
		<li><a href="#">Option 3</a></li>
	</ul>
</div>					

Information list with arrow

<div class="popup">
	<ul>
		<li>100 words</li>
		<li>15 lines</li>
		<li>3,504 characters</li>
		<li>1,000,000 smiles</li>
		<li>4 turtle doves</li>
		<li>1 you</li>
	</ul>
	<span class="arrow"></span>
</div>

Classes

  • north, south, east, west: add directional arrows
  • compact: lower padding between items
  • nodivider: remove dividers between items
  • left: left-justify text in list items (default centered)