A handy draggable slider to quickly compare 2 images, powered by CSS3 and jQuery.
jQuery CSS2 / CSS3.0 Plugin & Tutorials with Example
Today we’d like to share a couple of tab styles with you. We use pseudo-elements, SVGs and CSS transitions for some of the techniques.The collection contains some styles and effects for modern tabs; from a simple box to a SVG shape. Depending on your design, different tab layouts and looks can spice up your sections; think outside of the box (literally) and you’ll see how interesting the usually boring tabs can become.
Jaguar puts the power of hardware-accelerated story-telling in your hands.Using only 3 simple HTML tags and minimal CSS, Jaguar can accomplish nearly all game features of classic adventure games such as Monkey Island, Loom and The Dig.Jaguar is build for beginners to finally be able to create story-driven adventure games without any coding experience.
Wanky Pages is a page switching management with 3D/2D CSS3 transition support and jQuery.
In this tutorial, we take a look at a beautiful parallax scrolling effect in the simplest of ways, with stationary backgrounds and scrolling content.
OpenMes is a jQuery plugin that is used to create unlimited popups, lightbox, messages, notifications with a lot of animation effects, support text, images, videos and also complicated HTML code. Additionally, OpenMes allows to combine inline and AJAX content for best SEO and performance.
Today I’d like to share with you an interactive and touch-optimized metro app showcase concept for showcasing a metro (probably a Windows Phone) app screenshot. The screenshot will be draggable and swipable, and you’ll have a couple of extra options to view how the app would look like in a mobile phone frame.
In this tutorial, we’re going to build some image overlay hover effects with CSS3 transitions. When we hover over an image, a neat transition will occur, showing us an icon that hints the user to click on it for more.