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A very useful set of snippets for creating tree views in pure css.

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A browser extension for Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari to show a tree for GitHub and GitLab projects. It is very useful for accessing and...

A browser extension for Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari to show a tree for GitHub and GitLab projects. It is very useful for accessing and exploring, and it's easy to navigate. It is fast to browse and supports private repositories as well.

A folder building tool made in CSS and JavaScript that can visually help you organize you projects. It includes the icons, which are assigned autom...

A folder building tool made in CSS and JavaScript that can visually help you organize you projects. It includes the icons, which are assigned automatically once you select the file or folder type. The tool also allows to load and save the structure as a JSON file. It's licensed under MIT.

A snippet able to take the HTML code and the CSS to create a tree view menu without the use of Javascript, perfect for websites or apps in need of ...

A snippet able to take the HTML code and the CSS to create a tree view menu without the use of Javascript, perfect for websites or apps in need of content storage and management. The design is simple, understandable, it has icons for folders but doesn't have icons for files, and also, it shows some items disabled by default.

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This tutorial is a step by step guide that helps you in the process of creating a compelling collapsible tree menu. It explains how to add layers f...

This tutorial is a step by step guide that helps you in the process of creating a compelling collapsible tree menu. It explains how to add layers for creating a multi-level nested tree. It counts with beautiful minimal folders and files' icons, and it's very easy to catch. The tutorial helps you create the tree, so you can understand every element and make them, or grab the code so you can implement it directly on your website or blog.

The following code snippet creates two different versions of a tree for nesting folders. In the first one, the admin and guest items are interprete...

The following code snippet creates two different versions of a tree for nesting folders. In the first one, the admin and guest items are interpreted as files, unlike the second one, where they are shown as folders. There are two different kinds of icons (for folders and files) and it style is minimal. These cool tree models were created by Codepen's user yaoyi.

This is a treeview with custom checkboxes and indeterminate state created with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The cool thing about it is that if you cho...

This is a treeview with custom checkboxes and indeterminate state created with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The cool thing about it is that if you choose a child element, the parent element gets selected automatically, and if you select the parent, every one of its child elements get selected automatically. You can replicate the code to create as many parent and child elements you need. It was created by Codepen's user Fabien.

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Here, Codepen's user Ty Strong put together this code snippet in which we have some collapsable folders without the need of JavaScript, only using ...

Here, Codepen's user Ty Strong put together this code snippet in which we have some collapsable folders without the need of JavaScript, only using HTML and CSS. It has folders closed by default, open by default, subfolders, nested items and disabled nested items. The design is simple, complemented with folder icons and different colors for elements.

Aleks from Codepen came up with this interesting way of nesting folders with CSS and HTML. The example shows yo...

Aleks from Codepen came up with this interesting way of nesting folders with CSS and HTML. The example shows you all the states like closed by default, open by default, nested items and more. The items and folder lack of indicators, like icons, but they can be integrated easily. The whole  snippet has a cool design.

Do you want to present some information like a tree diagram, but don’t want to use any flash widget or images? So Vadim Grachev shares with us a co...

Do you want to present some information like a tree diagram, but don’t want to use any flash widget or images? So Vadim Grachev shares with us a complete and customizable tree diagram in pure CSS and HTML. It  is supported by all browsers. ✓ Chrome 25.0 ✓ FireFox 19.0.2 ✓ Safari 5.1.7 ✓ IE 10

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Taufik Nurrohman from CSSDeck brings us this stripped-down design for a tree menu framework based on a tutorial seen at Odyniec, but tweaking it a ...

Taufik Nurrohman from CSSDeck brings us this stripped-down design for a tree menu framework based on a tutorial seen at Odyniec, but tweaking it a bit in order to completely avoid JavaScript and use pure CSS for styling, including pseudo-elements for the branches.