CSS Full Screen Overlay Navigation


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Full-screen overlay navigation is a user interface design technique that allows you to create a menu or navigation panel that slides from the side or bottom of the screen to cover the entire visible area of the interface. Today we've created a full-screen overlay navigation that uses the CSS clip-path property. You can get an idea of ​​what the snippet will look like by watching the video demo below. Our website has many more code snippets like CSS Animation Examples, Full Responsive Website Design, JavaScript Projects, etc. To get them, click on the Load More button at the bottom of the homepage.

Video Demo:

I hope you have watched the video demo of the snippet. In this Project, the full-screen overlay navigation will be triggered by clicking on a menu icon or button situated in the top-right corner of the screen. When we click on the menu icon, the overlay navigation occupies the entire area of the screen. Here we used the CSS clip-path property where the "circle" function specifies that the clipping mask should be circular in shape. It creates a circular clipping mask that is positioned 45 pixels from the right edge and 45 pixels from the top of the element, with a radius of 25 pixels.

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CSS Full Screen Overlay Navigation [ Source Code ]:

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