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Transparent Elements in Website Templates Design

Transparency can help you create really awesome visual effects. It also adds some dynamism to static designs and conveys information rather quickly. This effect is usually used on backgrounds, images, menus, texts, icons, etc.

Transparent Elements in Website Templates Design

Quite often websites with transparent elements use PNG images. In this case the background is partly visible under these pictures. It is good for common sites as well as mobile designs because PNG images don’t reduce pages loading time too much.

Another popular object to apply transparent effect to is a content slider. Mainly it is placed at the top of Home pages – above or below the menu toolbar. This feature allows to showcase the most important pictures with brief introductions and descriptions.

There are also a lot of menus that are activated on mouseover. Thus when a customer moves a cursor around the toolbar active tabs are prioritized so it become easier to navigate.

In general the idea of using transparent elements in web designs is in increasing visual attractiveness of web pages and helping people find proper information much easier. This feature is widely used by many web designers, so you can also apply it.

If you’re going to add a transparency/opacity effect to web design objects then you need to know CSS. Some developers do it by the use of opacity or fill CSS3 parameters, others adjust alpha channels of RGB. So if you’re going to make website elements transparent yourself you may need some help. There are several tutorials on using opacity in web design:

You can look through this article for fun as a source of inspiration of using transparent elements in website templates. Both options are fine. So look at them well before you start working with your website.

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Ann Davlin is an inspired blogger who works at MotoCMS - a company that brought you an advanced website builder. That's who she is by day. But as the night falls she turns into a superhero web surfer restlessly browsing through thousands of funny cat pics and videos. If you want to discuss either of that feel free to connect with her on Twitter and Google+. Cheers!
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