Image-less CSS Tooltip Pointers with Polygonal CSS

Image-less CSS Tooltip Pointers with Polygonal CSS

A while back, Tantek Celik released A Study of Regular Polygons, which used a little-known CSS trick to create non-rectangular shapes such as triangles and pentagons with nothing more than an ordinary HTML element.

The tool-tip widget design is common in websites uses a small triangular speech bubble pointer that typically created easily with a background image. Filamentgroup break the typical way and build it with pure polygonal CSS.

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