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Cover image for google logo with just html & css

google logo with just html & css

rs9110 profile image rs9110 ・1 min read

So, here's how to create the Google logo with just HTML and CSS.

First, place a div in your html with an id of google.

<div id="google"></div>

Then, hop into css and input the following code.

#google {
  position: relative;
  border-top: 100px solid #EA4335;
  border-right: 100px solid #4285F4;
  border-bottom: 100px solid #34A853;
  border-left: 100px solid #FBBC05;
  border-radius: 50%;
  background-color: #FFFFFF;
  width: 300px;
  height: 300px;
  padding: 0;
  margin: 10vh auto 0;
}

That should leave you with a circle that has 4 of the Google's color. To turn that into a 'G', input the code below.

#google::before {
  content: "";
  z-index: 100;
  position: absolute;
  top: 50%;
  right: -95px;
  transform: translateY(-50%);
  width: 245px;
  height: 100px;
  background: #4285F4;
}

#google::after {
  content: "";
  z-index: 101;
  position: absolute;
  border-top: 200px solid transparent;
  border-right: 200px solid #FFFFFF;
  top: -100px;
  right: -100px;
  width: 0;
  height: 0;
}

Voila, you just created the Google logo using only HTML and CSS. ✌️

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A little tip for future posts, you can embed a demo of your code by writing it somewhere like JSFiddle and then embedding it like so

{% jsfiddle https://jsfiddle.net/link2twenty/bxL16fum/ result css html %}

 

may you please also implement its animation?

 

interesting approach.

btw. there is missing colon in margin 10vh auto 0; for #google rule

 

ah yes, thanks for pointing that out.

 

Have tried it out ☺️ viewing G but not animating like your post gif

 
 
 
 

nice. this page on Instagram should mention your article
dev.to/rs9110/google-logo-with-jus...

 

I am going to try this out🔥🔥

 

Magnifique 🔥🔥🔥

 
 

Looks quite different to the real logo. Needs some work

 

If you want it to be exact you'll have to do something like:

<svg height="500px" width="500px" viewBox="0 0 533.5 544.3" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <path d="M533.5 278.4c0-18.5-1.5-37.1-4.7-55.3H272.1v104.8h147c-6.1 33.8-25.7 63.7-54.4 82.7v68h87.7c51.5-47.4 81.1-117.4 81.1-200.2z" fill="#4285f4" />
  <path d="M272.1 544.3c73.4 0 135.3-24.1 180.4-65.7l-87.7-68c-24.4 16.6-55.9 26-92.6 26-71 0-131.2-47.9-152.8-112.3H28.9v70.1c46.2 91.9 140.3 149.9 243.2 149.9z" fill="#34a853" />
  <path d="M119.3 324.3c-11.4-33.8-11.4-70.4 0-104.2V150H28.9c-38.6 76.9-38.6 167.5 0 244.4l90.4-70.1z" fill="#fbbc04" />
  <path d="M272.1 107.7c38.8-.6 76.3 14 104.4 40.8l77.7-77.7C405 24.6 339.7-.8 272.1 0 169.2 0 75.1 58 28.9 150l90.4 70.1c21.5-64.5 81.8-112.4 152.8-112.4z" fill="#ea4335" />
</svg>

I think Rosis did a good job considering he was just using borders and pseudo elements.