TutsMix has shared with us some cool CSS loading effects for grid images. You can use them on your portfolio, blog, or anywhere you want. The setup is quite simple. We use Normalize.css as an alternative to the traditional CSS reset, ZURB Foundation to create a responsive grid, Masonry to create a dynamic grid layout, imagesLoaded to check if the images have been loaded, and Infinite Scroll by Paul Irish to load more images and append them to the gallery.
Best jQuery Animation Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
In this tutorial we will show you how to create a curtain opening effect using jQuery and CSS. You have seen in many shows and dramas the curtains on the stage moves to left and right side on show starting and then moves to right and left in ending that’s exactly what we were going to create in this tutorial.
jumpyScroll plugin enhances the page scrolling from section to section, like a slider, only vertically.
A simple decorative slideshow component with individual slide layouts and effects. Powered by anime.js.
Today we’d like to share a simple decorative slideshow component with you. The idea behind this slideshow is to have an individual layout for each slide, accompanied by a distinct effect. The images of each slide is meant to have a decorative purpose which could be suitable for an article header; or, for example, an ornamental quotes slideshow within an article.
Build a simple, interactive, historical timeline with FLIK TIMELINE. The benefits of this timeline is that it’s simple, able to handle nearly any form of content (including image slider, thumbnail slider), printer friendly, and highly customizable .
- Unlimited timeline for in post or page
- Show images like slider or thumbnail slider
- 5 different style
- 8 different animation effect
- Horizontal and vertical styles
A secondary content panel that folds flat, powered by CSS Transformations and jQuery.
3D fold effects are pretty popular nowadays, mostly because they have been integrated quite often in mobile apps. A beautiful example is the iOS Peek Calendar app. Thanks to CSS3 transformation and transitions, we can create a similar interaction in the browser!
A simple slider, with morphing preview images animated using SVG properties.