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Jquery Sliders are the new way of displaying your featured posts, products and galleries etc. These sliders are commonly used in modern day web design. It gives a very professional look and feel to the site and it attracts the visitors to the featured products or news. We designing has been very easy with many amazing designers and developers giving out their sliders to be used in any kind of project, these free sliders are plenty on the web and it becomes a task for us to choose the best. In this post 50 Jquery Sliders You Will Love To Use , we have researched in depth to list out some of the best sliders that are developers favorite and are very easy to use.
Ever seen some excellent jQuery navigation that left you wanting to make one of your own? Today we’ll aim to do just that by building a menu and animate it with some smooth effects. The Goal – One Smooth Menu Here’s a demo of what we’ll end up with by the end.
Navigation menus have really important role in any website. For big sites full with a lot of pages and articles, drop down menus and tabs are popular because they can make it a lot more easier to navigate and move through site, also you can save space on website displaying content on dynamic tabs. Also if you want to create a navigation menu, that really stands out of the crowd, jQuery could be the right choice to choose offering bunch of customizable options. That’s why I present to You 36 really good jquery navigation menu examples for every need.
jQuery Multi Level CSS Menu #2 Author: Dynamic Drive This is a multi-level horizontal CSS menu created using a regular nested HTML list, then turned into a fully functional drop down menu using CSS and a touch of jQuery. The sub menus slide in and out into view, which also automatically reposition themselves horizontally if too close to the window's right edge. Demo: Important: Make sure your page contains a valid doctype for this menu to render properly.
After reading Dave Shea's article on CSS Sprites using jQuery to produce animation effects, I felt like playing around with things to see what could be done but accomplish it with a simpler HTML structure (no need for adding superfluous tags) and simpler code, too. Changing the position of the background image felt to be the best approach to creating the type of effect we're looking for (and I'm not the first to think so: see the examples at the end of this article). jQuery is a great library for this type of task but out of the box, it can't animate background position properly because of the need to animate two values instead of just one (too bad not all browsers implemented the non-standard background-position-x and -y like Internet Explorer). You'll have to use the Background-Position plugin that is linked in the demo (the original plugin is no longer available on the jQuery site). Previous versions didn't support negative or decimal values properly.
Since I wrote my last tutorial on how to create a CSS only multilevel dropdown menu I got a lot of visitors who wanted to know how I created the main navigation of kriesi.at. (a so called kwicks menu ) The interest in extraordinary menus seems to be high nowadays, so today I will teach you how this is done. Since the Apple-flavored Leopard-text-indent style is currently one of my favorite menu styles, we will start from scratch and build such a menu in Photoshop, then create the needed HTML and CSS and last but not least improve it via jQuery . This is what we are going to build (don’t forget to hover over the menu)
Posted by Maggie on 04/02/2009 Topics: css jQuery
Jun 02 2009 Studies show that top navigations tend to get the most visual attention when a user first visits a site. Having organized and intuitive navigation is key — and while most drop down menus may look aesthetically pleasing, developing them to degrade gracefully is also essential. In this tutorial I would like to go over how to create a sexy drop down menu that can also degrade gracefully. View Demo of Sexy Drop Down Menu Step1.
Hello again, it’s time for comprehensive programming article. Here you’ll find 38 mainly jquery and CSS based drop-down or just multi level menu tutorials with down loadable files and explanations as well. My favorite here is the first pick – Outside the box with very unique navigation menu. It’s always good to have such reference articles in your bookmarks and when you have to create some really big website with a lot of content and menu sections – just return here.