hop of those help? The nice thing about using CSS3 transitions is that they will be ignored if the browser doesn't recognize them. In which case, the transition will simply regress to an instant flip. I'd recommend using a sprite image. Then instead of changing the image on hover... just change the image position.
I hope this helps you . Oookay, maybe I understood what you need. You're right, first you have to change 'height' to 'width' there (line 25), and also on line 44 too! After you need to change some css, to get the background in place. On line 52:
should help you out Did you try to make the reveal view controller the entry point of your app and deleting the launch controller, because if you just want to go back to the main view you could just do this as follows:
let storyboard = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil)
let controller = storyboard.instantiateInitialViewController() as UIViewController!
self.presentViewController(controller, animated: false, completion: nil)
Hope that helps The issue is you're attempting to animate a property - specifically, right position - in a way that will only work in your markup structure if the element being animated has a position:fixed. You can see the desired behavior in this forked CodePen: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/ygBNXG