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.
Your website will take a bit of time to load when you have images in them, and during this period your website can sometimes look broken. The Loading Bar is a lightweight plugin that will hide your site while it’s still loading, display a loading progress and when it’s fully loaded, shows your site in all it’s glory.
- A jQuery plugin for image cropping and zooming.
- Loads images locally via FileReader, and does cropping using canvas.
- Designed to be extremely customizable via CSS.
- Best for the cases where you want users to upload images of a specific size and ratio.
jsMovie is a jQuery-plugin for jQuery 1.4+ (tested). This plugin enables you to play image sequences without flash or HTML5 with the benefit of playing your movies backwards and having PNG images animated.
A drop in extension replacing error labels from jQuery Validation plugin with Twitter Bootstrap tooltips.
A jQuery plugin that emulates OS X Lion trackpad-style scrollbars in any browser or platform. Based on the scrollbars in the Rdio app.
This plugin emulates Lion’s UI pattern by replacing the browser’s default scrollbars with a custom CSS-styled scrollbar that is only revealed when the user hovers over a scrollable element.