It is strange, the way the stack-design-world works.
It looks very much as if a designer sees a newly produced stack and thinks to himself
"But I can do that differently ..."
Now Tommy loves to play with CSS effects, so his new slider is a little different. It half rolls, half slides your content onto the page from either the left- or the right-hand side and the width of the slider can be set to either pixel or per-cent, meaning that, if you wish, the content can slide in to cover the whole of the page it was opened from.
Use SidePanelCSS as a container for extra content, as a hidden menu bar or to display images. The possibilities are almost unlimited.
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