Today we want to share an experimental drop-down menu with you. The main idea is to save space for menus that have a lot of content and sub-levels. Each sub-level in this menu will be shown in its own context, making the “parent” level disappear. This is done with subtle animations that are defined in separate animation classes. The menu is fluid so that it can be used easily in a responsive layout.
A simple fullscreen background slideshow in jquery and css3 with auto-play and controls to navigate and pause.
I have recently realized that it’s been such a long time since CSS3 animations were introduced into the web, and yet I haven’t really experimented or made any demos with them before.
I’ve also been using Windows 8 for a while now (and loving it), and the first thing I thought was impressive about it, was the transitions and animations built into the dashboard, so I thought it would be really cool if my first experiment with 3D would be to duplicate the effects I saw in windows 8 into a demo of my own.
Bugibba SlideShow easy to use slider with awesome 3D transition effects.
- 2 type menu slideshow responsive.
- 1 type slideshow full screen
- Adjustable transition speed.
- Compatible with all major browsers (IE7-IE8 and above , Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera)
You All know Google used to crawl web pages and index them into there database of millions and trillions of pages they use a great software called spider to perform this Process this spider will index all the web pages in the internet with great speed like the same way i coded out a simple mini web crawler crawls the specific webpages and get out there links and displays it, i used PHP and Jquery to perform this actions when a people types the url and clicks crawl the software crawls the whole web page and displays the link present in it and you can see the demo here and download the script for free
An easy to use lightbox plugin for jQuery.Have you ever had a DOM element that you wanted lightboxed, but didn’t want all the fanciness of all the lightbox-related plug-ins out there? Lightbox_me is for you.
jQuery Flipster is a CSS3 3D transform-based jQuery plugin that replicates the familiar ‘cover flow’ effect. It’s responsive, so it will automatically center itself and scale down to fit the area provided. It likes to be playfully touched on mobile browsers. It degrades (vaguely) gracefully, falling back to being just as flat and boring as the browsers that don’t support 3D transforms. Its only dependency is jQuery and it sets up in seconds.
This plugin is a drop-in replacement for the standard <select> element with multiple attribute activated.
- Free (under WTFPL license)
- Works in an unobtrusive fashion
- Fully open sourced
- Keyboard support
- Provides some callbacks
- Fully customizable via CSS
aciTree is a customizable cross-browser treeview control written as a jQuery plugin (requires at least v1.7.1). It offers a API for controlling things down to the element level and it has built-in functionality to load the entire tree with AJAX.