Hey folks! It’s been a while since I wrote a piece here. I’ve been very busy with a premium WordPress Framework which I am building from the ground up for about last ten months (which will probably never see the light of the day). While building it, I had to build an impressive hero block or unit whatever you call it nowadays.
So, if you don’t already know what is a hero unit then here is a simple definition:
Normally the top most block of a website containing a heading with some description and one or two call to action buttons is what we call a hero unit. I believe this term was coined by people behind the Bootstrap project, but I may be wrong.
So, I’m about to complete the framework I was working over for so long and nowadays most my time is being spent at the front-end. I was designing a few if not many hero units for a premium WordPress theme when it hit me that I should create something creative with infinite user interaction. Yes! A hero unit which actually makes you stop doing everything and take a look at it while you interact and get engaged.
- Few lines of CSS code.
- And obviously the
I went ahead and built a demo of what I am working on, at CodePen. Hope so you guys will like it
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