A Sass mixin for creating angled edges on sections by dynamically encoding SVGs.
Need angled edges in regular CSS? Check out the Angled Edges Generator.
This mixin has 3 required parameters: location, hypotenuse, fill
@include angled-edge($location, $hypotenuse, $fill);
The main mixin creates an svg right triangle that is encoded, set as a background image of a pseudo element, and absolutely positioned.
||Location of shape relative to parent element
||Side of the right triangle that the hypotenuse is on
||Fill color of triangle|
||Optional - Height of triangle - Accepts a unitless integer that is equivalent to height in
||Optional - Width of triangle - Accepts a unitless integer that is equivalent to width in
Upgrading from 1.x
Version 2 now defaults with a fluid width of 100%. Since this is the preferred value, width and height parameters have switched order with height now being first. This allows for easier usage where
@include angled-edge('outside bottom', 'lower right', 150);
now means a 150px tall with at a default of 100% width. If a fluid width is not needed, you can still pass in a unitless width like in 1.x. If you previously were using
background-size to manipulate the shape, you will need to remove this property as the mixin also uses this to assist with making the shape full-width.
Anywhere SVG is supported.
- IE 9+
- iOS Safari
- Opera Mini
- Android Browser
- Chrome for Android