Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
add a transition hover effect from greyscale to color on any image you want, all this stuff is now possible thanks to the new canvas element in HTML5, no need to upload two images or doing it server side ...
I’m sure we’re all familiar with the popular parallax effect in web design. It has become a great tool to create a fun browsing experience that responds to the user’s controls as they scroll up and down the page. In this tutorial we’ll use a couple of readily available jQuery plugins to quickly put together a cool little single page website of our own, complete with fancy scrolling effects.
The purpose of this script is to dynamically show and hide on-page content based on tags. To understand better what is it, imagine a page with shed plans. By default all plans are listed on the page, and you see the tags on top. Click on a tag, it becomes great, and all content having this tag is being filtered out. This way the user can quickly see only what they are interested in.
Impress.js is a presentation framework which uses all the new features of CSS3 transforms and CSS transitions to create unique presentations. In this tutorial you will learn how you don’t need to use the old powerpoint presentation software now we have Impress.js.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make a simple show/hide script to control the visibility of content on a webpage.
You can do so many things with just changing the stylesheet, so in this article I am going to show you a quick and easy way you can change the style sheet by using jQuery.
Create an Expand/Collapse banner using jQuery, source files included.
Highly customizable search widget for Google+ that is inspired by Twitter widgets. This widget searches across the body and comments of public posts and displays a summarized version of matching posts with any attached images.
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