Here is a new plugin for creating nice sliding captions for images. When hovering over the image, the caption appears and the image gets a semi-transparent color overlay.
With jAnalytics you can add Google analytics stats and event tracking to your website. It will automaticly add event tracking to your outbound, email and download links.
- Add google tracking code to your website
- Optitional track email links
- Optitional track outbound link clicks
- Optitional track form submits
- Optitional track download links from specific file extensions
- Automaticly adds event tracking to the different links
spriteOnHover (Sprite on Hover) is a lightweight jQuery plugin designed to animate your sprite sheets on hover (duh).The spriteOnHover plugin will autodetect how many frames your sprite has, based on the orientation parameter, but it’s crucial that every frame has the exactly same size as the others. For now, multi-line sprites are not supported.
When creating thumbnail grids, we usually want to show image captions on hover to provide more information about the item. Image captions are usually shown in a very specific part of the thumbnail, either on the top, the middle or the bottom. When adding captions to the bottom of a thumbnail it can happen that a thumbnail that is overflowing the viewport (i.e. is partly beyond the “fold”) is being hovered but the caption won’t be seen because it appears on the bottom part of the image that is not visible. The user would have to scroll the page in order to see the bottom of the item and eventually the caption.
A small trick can solve that problem by simply making the caption “sticky”. This would mean that the caption will be visible not only at the bottom of every thumbnail but also in any place, sticking at the bottom of the page, if the thumbnail hovered is overflowing the current view.
Smart Alert aims to replace standard dumb alert with fully configurable alternative, while maintaining its ease of use.
Add Shine is a jQuery plugin that converts solid a background color into a gradient that simulates a subtle shine.
jQuery filter.me is a jQuery dependant script that allows you to apply filters to images using Photoshop .acv Curves Adjustment files. jDataView is used to read the Photoshop file, from which we create a Monotonic Spline Curve representing its data. From this curve the new pixel RGB values can be calculated. These values are then applied using HTML5′s canvas element.
Literally any Photoshop curves file can be applied to multiple images with ease. This is a great alternative to using something like PHP’s imagemagick to try and replicate similar filtering. It can sometimes be a little slow, especially in mobile browsers, but I’m sure this will improve as canvas becomes more mainstream.