How we built the ALL-IN menu

In order to build the menu for ALL-IN we opted for using the SVG format. It’s possible to create curved tabs in full css using rounded corners but an image provides more design possibilities in our case.

Therefore we chose SVG as this format compresses well and we can control the size of the image or its colours through css.

First we need to create the SVG file.

We got first an Illustrator files from where we extracted the piece of image that we intended to use to build the menu.

ALL-IN menu

We isolated the image and cropped the artboard to its limits.

ALL-IN menu

Then we save the file choosing the SVG options available form Illustrator.

ALL-IN menu

File usage :

There are different ways to use an SVG file.

  1. As an image (img) tag :

    <img src="image.svg" alt="title" id="imgsvg">

    then we can control some of it through CSS like :

    #imgsvg {
        width: 100px;
  2. As a a background-image :

    <span id="imgsvg">test</span>

    and control also from css :

    #imgsvg {
        width: 100px;
        height: 100px;
        background-color: #fff;
        background: url(image.svg);
        background-size: 100px 100px;

    Support differs from the browsers, for ALL-IN we support only Chrome at the moment. But you can use some png files to replace where SVG is not supported.

  3. We can use SVG files inline also : just copying the text produced by Illustrator on saving. This is the choice we opted for. Here is our optimized slim code :

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      .style0 { enable-background: new 0 0 158 56; width:160px; margin-top: -6px; }
      .style1 { overflow: visible; opacity:  0.1; } 
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        path#XMLID_18_ d=("M147.8 40c-29.2-9.9-18.4-36-52.1-36H18.3c-8.2 0-15 6.6-15 14.8v34.8h151.3V40H147.8z")

The slim code (that we use to produce the HTML) is in its own file and is included where needed, to keep a cleaner code base. (We use some customs AngularJS directives to build and control the menu but I am just presenting the html and css part of it here). Being online we gain more control through CSS thanks to SVG custom property like for example "fill" to control the background color. We can use also special stylesheet dedicated to the SVG object through <style> tag.

Here is a codepen reproducing the ALL-IN menu HTML/CSS structure.

See the Pen eJmMBY by Jerome Sadou (@JeromeSadou) on CodePen.

Note in the Sass tab also how we use the font-awesome icons that we control through css and custom classes.



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