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Australia says

I am working on some code, and wanted to animate the zoom and link icons on image hover.

I have all the actual code working, but need now to be able to if possible animate the icons into view.

Example image:

Basically I want the smallest amount of code to do this, prefer css3 / jquery not really fussed.

But what I want to do, is on hover of the image, the icons animate upwards from bottom of image to absolute position as shown in image. Then on mouseout ( of image ) the icons fade away.

If you can point me to anything, greatly appreciated. Rather do this with just the absolute smallest amount of code, please.

Cheers

ps: added , happy to create a js fiddle.

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MelonHTML5 says
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Australia says

LOL I just created a fiddle.

here

Will check yours out

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Crakken says

LOL I just created a fiddle.

here

Will check yours out

I would help but your fiddle gives me headaches :O

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Australia says


LOL I just created a fiddle.

here

Will check yours out
I would help but your fiddle gives me headaches :O

really why ?

removed extraneous code if it confuses.

http://jsfiddle.net/422steve/ThZNL/5/
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CodingJack says

jsfiddle for you: http://jsfiddle.net/leli/H2bPT/

Might be good to wrap those links in an element and then animate that instead. This way only one animation occurs as opposed to two:

http://jsfiddle.net/Wn7S6/
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Crakken says

really why ?

removed extraneous code if it confuses.

http://jsfiddle.net/422steve/ThZNL/5/

Oh, God, yes, that’s why, now there you go mate: http://jsfiddle.net/7R3fG/4/
Edit: Or better: http://jsfiddle.net/7R3fG/7/

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Australia says

Cheers Guys, opted for a combination of Codingjack and leli2000’s code

Cheers chaps ^5

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rigsmotion says

I think it’s realy cool idea, i upload on VH pack 70 animated icons for web and IT ))

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mailmilisku says


jsfiddle for you: http://jsfiddle.net/leli/H2bPT/

Might be good to wrap those links in an element and then animate that instead. This way only one animation occurs as opposed to two: +1

http://jsfiddle.net/Wn7S6/
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