- No dependencies required
- Fully customizable via CSS
- CSS transitions
- Simple API
- No extra files to download
- Created with UX in mind
A portfolio template, with a filter that triggers the rotation of 3D sections.
CSS 3D Transforms can be used in plenty of creative ways, particularly if combined with CSS Transitions! Today’s nugget is a good example of how to use CSS to create a parallelepiped, whose faces are different projects. A filter on top of the page triggers the 3D rotations that reveal new projects.
Scroll to top is a multi-purpose, fully responsive scroll to top button which allows you to scroll to the top of the website with silky-smooth animation (32 animation types). Release you users from endless scrolling back to top with this one click add-on.
Based on HTML5 & CSS3 to deliver best user experience on any smartphone, tablet and notebook/desktop computer.
In this tutorial we will show you how to create a simple image editor using jQuery, HTML5 and CSS.We use different CSS filter like Grayscale, Blur, Exposure(brightness), Sepia and Opacity to edit the image you can add more effects if you want.
Today we’d like to share some style inspiration with you. The topic of this inspirational collection is navigation indicators. Pages, slideshows and other components often need some kind of navigation that tells the user where he is currently. In this collection we want to explore a couple of subtle designs that make navigating fun and interesting. The example that we are using is a vertical slideshow but the styles can be envisioned and adjusted for many other components.
A customizable and responsive product builder for your online store.Product builders are useful shopping tools, that allow potential customers to “build” an ideal version of a product by combining different options. At the end of this process the user is generally given an action to perform: save the build, share it or buy the product directly.
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.
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.