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Les meilleures galeries photo jQuery

Les meilleures galeries photo jQuery
Image Flow Inspiré du cover flow d'apple. Gère les touches clavier et la molette. Space Gallery Passe à l'image suivante en cliquant dessus avec un fondu et agrandissement. Gallery View Nombreux paramètres, plusieurs affichages possibles : caroussel lighbox Easy Slider Une seule transition : glissement de l'image. Très simple, configurable par css Jquery Cycle De nombreuses transitions entre les photos, assez originales. SuperSized Plein écran JQZoom Zoom en déplaçant la souris CrossSlide Déplacements par zoom dans l'image ou kenburn + transitions par fondus HighSlide Ouvre la galerie dans une boite modale en cliquant sur une image. Très nombreux paramétrages : voir l'éditeur. Gère aussi toutes sortes de boite modale pour y afficher de l'innerHTML, ajax, iframe et flash. Photo Stack Affiche des catégories d'images, et quand on clique sur une ça ouvre le "paquet" d'images correspondante. Voir la démo Thumbnail-Scroller Pas de gestion d'agrandissement de la photo, il faut rajouter une floatbox. Voir la démo

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jQuery.parallax Download git clone A jQuery Plugin For Face Detection On Images As images are clearly a part of almost any web application (user photos, avatars, etc.), analyzing them better will always be functional for users. Face Detection is a jQuery plugin that returns the coordinates of faces in any given image. It uses an algorithm named CCV (a JS file that needs to be included in to the documents as well) and has callbacks on every level. The usage is straightforward, just mention the element to be analyzed and get back the results, nothing complicated.

10 jQuery Plugins and Techniques for Doing More with Images When we see an image on a web page, it’s second nature for us to move our mouse over it or try to click it. We have come to expect some level of interactivity when it comes to images, especially with modern web design technologies, such as jQuery. If you happen to be working on a project that requires the images to have a little something extra, then jQuery is the way to go. To help you out, we’ve rounded up 10 jQuery Plugins and Techniques for Doing More with Images.

50 jQuery Image Gallery Tutorials and Plugins Image galleries and sliders are very popular in modern web designing from past 2 or 3 years. Not only image galleries, but jQuery is also very popular nowadays because it is very fast and accurate JS library, which helps to simplify different difficult event handling and smooth animation. Developers are making extensive use of jQuery in every field of web design to make it versatile and sleek.

Beautiful Photo Stack Gallery with jQuery and CSS3 In this tutorial we are going to create a nice and fresh image gallery. The idea is to show the albums as a slider, and when an album is chosen, we show the images of that album as a beautiful photo stack. In the photo stack view, we can browse through the […] View demoDownload source Usage Examples Caution: This example is meant for expert users. Remember, with FillElement you can often accomplish an offset scheme very easily... just set your containing element where you want the images to be displayed. Because the first rule of Maximage 2.0 is to try to remain hands off and out of your way, the built in support for offsets have been dropped with version 2.0. This doesn't mean they aren't possible. With a little elbow grease they can still be accomplished (and are better).