Bubble Confetti Effect For Button

Category: Animation , Javascript | January 29, 2018
Author: Nour Abusoud
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Last Update: January 29, 2018
License: MIT

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Bubble Confetti Effect For Button

Description:

Applies a bubble confetti effect to an action button using CSS3 and a little bit of JavaScript.

How to use it:

Create a button on the web page.

<button class="confetti-button">Click me!</button>

The CSS3 for the confetti animation.

.confetti-button.animate:before {
  display: block;
  animation: topBubbles ease-in-out 0.75s forwards;
}

.confetti-button.animate:after {
  display: block;
  animation: bottomBubbles ease-in-out 0.75s forwards;
}

@keyframes 
topBubbles {  0% {
 background-position: 5% 90%, 10% 90%, 10% 90%, 15% 90%, 25% 90%, 25% 90%, 40% 90%, 55% 90%, 70% 90%;
}
 50% {
 background-position: 0% 80%, 0% 20%, 10% 40%, 20% 0%, 30% 30%, 22% 50%, 50% 50%, 65% 20%, 90% 30%;
}
 100% {
 background-position: 0% 70%, 0% 10%, 10% 30%, 20% -10%, 30% 20%, 22% 40%, 50% 40%, 65% 10%, 90% 20%;
 background-size: 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%;
}
}

@keyframes 
bottomBubbles {  0% {
 background-position: 10% -10%, 30% 10%, 55% -10%, 70% -10%, 85% -10%, 70% -10%, 70% 0%;
}
 50% {
 background-position: 0% 80%, 20% 80%, 45% 60%, 60% 100%, 75% 70%, 95% 60%, 105% 0%;
}
 100% {
 background-position: 0% 90%, 20% 90%, 45% 70%, 60% 110%, 75% 80%, 95% 70%, 110% 10%;
 background-size: 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%, 0% 0%;
}
}

The main JavaScript to activate the confetti effect as you click the button.

var animateButton = function(e) {

  e.preventDefault;
  //reset animation
  e.target.classList.remove('animate');
  
  e.target.classList.add('animate');
  setTimeout(function(){
    e.target.classList.remove('animate');
  },700);
};

var classname = document.getElementsByClassName("bubbly-button");

for (var i = 0; i < classname.length; i++) {
  classname[i].addEventListener('click', animateButton, false);
  
}

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