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Brush fonts are hotter than ever and we are seeing them more often on professionally designed websites. Thick, bold and beautiful… their relaxed, casual feeling and sexy curves make them a perfect fit for designers who want to break the mold and steer away from the typical serif and sans serif font choices. Some of them crossover into the script font world, while retaining their thick lines and curves.
Whatever content you have to present, you can present them in a more interactive & more responsive ways. In this article we’d like to present 10 Brilliant techniques using some jQuery magic to grab the attention of your users with a simple, rich user experience that gets them excited about your website. 1. Fluid Navigation – How to create an informative menu-bar with jQuery & CSS Learn how to create a menu that appears like a standard menu bar in it’s default state, but which on rollover pulls down an information area that covers both the original menubar item and has an expanded section containing the text we want to display.
First I want to welcome you to my very first article for 1stwebdesigner.
is an open-source jQuery plugin by Elliott Kember which lets you share in the beauty of the page fold. You want a demo page? You're looking at it. Go drag the fold → The source code is available at GitHub. The plugin now works in IE7. You can also now set it to curl automatically.
verb ... the room reeled GO ROUND, go round and round, whirl, spin, revolve, swirl, twirl, turn, swim. Try dragging this area or roll your mouse wheel over it Now even on Android Reel 1.2.1 is an established jQuery plugin which takes an ordinary image tag and transforms it into a gorgeous interactive 360° object movie, panorama or stop-motion animation. It is the premier alternative to Flash, Java or Quicktime and is trusted by government agencies and big brands like BMW, Nikon, O2, Blackberry or The New York Times.
Published by Chris Coyier I was looking at the features page of a web service called Fluxiom. I haven't used the product (although it looks pretty nice and might be good few a couple of our clients). It's the tabs on that page that I thought were pretty neat. As you click a different tab, the three columns of text fly upward at different rates and are replaced by new columns.
Hey friend, in the previous jQuery Learning tutorial, I wrote an article that helps you to create your own jQuery plugin with the fun zooming effect. This plugin has received a lot of attention for a while and there are some suggestion from you guys to help this plugin to be better. I collected some interesting recommendations and bug fixes from my readers to write it again and release it. This plugin now is more flexible, easy to customize and working with all major web browsers with any size of images. Sounds cool?
Published by Chris Coyier A little while ago reader James Dimick emailed me some jQuery code he was working on to make a "loading dots" thing. You know, the classic design pattern where the screen (or some area) shows "Loading..." with the dots growing out. Loading Loading.