jQuery.creaseFont is a Plugin for jQuery to resize the Font on the whole Page or only in some Elements.
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A tutorial on how to create an interesting animated 3D opening type effect with pseudo-elements, CSS transforms and transitions. The idea is based on Edenspiekermann’s Open Type project and it’s a very creative way to display and play with letters.
jQuery TextFill resizes text to fit into a container and makes font size as big as possible.
This jQuery plugin will generate a HTML5 Canvas made png to draw a ‘squiggle’ over your text, like a strike-through or underline.You can configure the plugin, with scribble thickness; colour; intensity or leave it in its auto state, which will callibrate itself to match your text’s CSS.
A light weight jQuery plugin that will allow you to add a super simple rotating text to your website with little to no markup.
This plugin simplifies the creation of animated title sequences in the style of opening titles or closing credits for a movie, or indeed any style you can achieve with HTML and CSS.
This plugin allows you to define a sequence of events to be played back in the selected container element. Typical events might include:
- adding text, images etc at particular x/y coordinates
- fading text in or out by animating opacity
- scrolling text up or down by animating the position
- wiping text in or out by animating the element width
Circletype.js is a tiny jQuery plugin that lets you set type on a circle.
- Use any font
- Adjust letter-spacing as usual with CSS
- Flip it around so it reads counter-clockwise instead
- Set the radius manually or let CircleType.js figure it out for you
- Works in fluid and responsive layouts
- Plays well with FitText.js
novacancy.js is a text neon golden effect jQuery plugin.
Hatchshow will automatically add a span to each line of text and scale the font size so each line ends up the same width. This is another plugin that’s useful for creating classic or vintage designs.
FlowType.JS is a jQuery plugin which can auto-resize the font-size and line-height (according to the width of the element wrapping it) so that our content is displayed just as we prefer. The plugin has options for setting the min/max font-sizes and min/max widths where the resizing will be triggered. It also works fine with webfonts and a nice demo shows how it works (just resize the browser for the demo page).