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Dan Curtis19,889 Points
Image Cut Out / Over Laping DIV?
Sorry to be really vague but I am trying to figure out how people create this little triangle piece of an image remaining white the rest is not there.
I know this doesn't really make sense but for instance you can see it on the bottom of the hero section of www.tribalmedia.co.uk
can someone please suggest a way to gain this effect.
Thanks in advance
Neville Barrett6,141 Points
I think you're talking about separator styles for horizontally dividing sections on a website. The dividers are created using several techniques, including styling pseudo-elements, using gradients and inserting SVG graphics with responsiveness in mind.
You'll find a great article on separator styles here: http://tympanus.net/codrops/2013/10/03/a-collection-of-separator-styles/
I hope this helps
Andrei Mondoc4,380 Points
I think that is a Photoshop work. Inspecting the page elements you can see that the triangle is part of the image and have not seen any style acording to that. But maybe I am wrong.
James Barnett39,199 Points
I think you can just create a transparent png mask over the top of the image.
Something like this: http://jsfiddle.net/39VG9/1/