Responsive layouts in web design – this is probably one of the most popular topics of discussion at this present time. The contemporary phase of website designing offers some truly amazing elements that help the web designers in creating exclusive websites.
There are so many important tools and generators for developers to create a beautiful website. jQuery is one of the important tool that helps developers to create some wonderful effects for menus, photo galleries etc. You can visit here to feel and enjoy some beautiful articles with social news and entertaining events. Today we present some exclusive jQuery Menus with Beautiful Animations for Developers.
Image galleries and sliders are very popular in modern web designing from past 2 or 3 years.
Published by Chris Coyier The Five Simple Steps website has a responsive design with a neat feature. When the browser window is narrow, the menu in the upper right converts from a regular row of links into a dropdown menu.
Doubletake dynamically updates the src of your images based on the browser width.
Hoverizr is a really small (2.5KB minified) responsive jQuery plugin that outputs manipulated images on top (or below) your targeted images. Currently, it features three effects: grayscale, blur and color inversion.
Arranging images in a montage like fashion can be a challenging task when considering certain constraints, like the window size when using fullscreen, the right image number to fill all the available space or also the size of the images in use.
A tutorial on how to create a responsive image gallery with a thumbnail carousel using Elastislide.
With the responsive awakening in web design it becomes important to not only take care of the visual part of a website but also of the functionality.
Build a web page with each slide as a div.
Responsive web design, as described/defined by Ethan Marcotte anyway, is the act of creating various forms of the same basic site design that are optimized for different ranges of browser window widths.
What is Blueberry? Blueberry is an experimental opensource jQuery image slider plugin which has been written specifically to work with fluid/responsive web layouts. A brief history