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180 Awesome jQuery Slider and Effects Roundup Slider are very useful and increasingly popular web page elements used for highlighting important content. By using a jQuery slider plugin, one can create amazing HTML slider effects with fancy animations of content elements like text and images. jQuery takes care of the difficult aspects like browser support and typically when using jQuery plugins it can be done with very little coding effort. This is the reason why jQuery sliders and jQuery banner slideshow scripts have become very popular on most types of websites. The jQuery library has undoubtedly made the life of web developers easier and made it possible for non-experts to do fancy stuff themselves. Because jQuery effects work wonders in our web designs, it makes sense that we take steps to acquire a size-able collection of ready to use plugins in various categories. Advertisement Article Index First some Responsive jQuery sliders for Mobile Friendly Websites! Lush – Content Slider – MORE INFO | DEMO Camera Slider – MORE INFO

How to Create a Background Image that Scales with the Browser Window One of the first things you will discover when you start working with responsive designs and flexible-width layouts is that you need images that can adjust to the screen size as well. A while ago, I showed you how to use the CSS3 property background-size to stretch images to fit in a window, but there is an even better use for this property: background-size: cover; The cover keyword tells the browser to scale the image to fit the window. As you can see in this series of images, this results in a page that looks a lot better even if the screen is very small or very large. How to Use background-size: cover; Create your background image. Upload your image to your web host and add it to your CSS as a background image: background-image: url(fireworks-over-wdw.jpg); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: center center; background-attachment: fixed; Add the browser prefixed CSS first: -webkit-background-size: cover; -moz-background-size: cover; -o-background-size: cover;

jQuery Quicksand plugin Quicksand Reorder and filter items with a nice shuffling animation. Activity Monitor 348 KB Address Book1904 KB Finder 1337 KB Front Row 401 KB Google Pokémon 12875 KB iCal 5273 KB iChat 5437 KB Interface Builder 2764 KB iTuna 17612 KB Keychain Access 972 KB Network Utility 245 KB Sync 3788 KB TextEdit 1669 KB Demo seems sluggish? Isn’t it cool? Download Version 1.4 Demos & Docs Fork on GitHub Powered by jQuery – Made by @razorjack from agilope, icons design by Artua Design by @riddle jQuery Flipping Menu Tutorial using backgroundPosition Plugin Introduction Sometimes, simplicity is the most beautiful thing. This tutorial uses images and jQuery animate plus backgroundPosition Plugin to make the flipping/rotating effect. This will be a simple tutorial and I believe it has a great potential to become something really creative. As usual, we want to keep the HTML as simple as possible. <b>Horizontal Menu</b><ul id="hor"><li><a href="#" class="home">Home</a></li><li><a href="#" class="download">Download</a></li><li><a href="#" class="contact">Contact</a></li></ul><div class="clear"></div><br/><br/><b>Vertical Menu</b><ul id="ver"><li><a href="#" class="home">Home</a></li><li><a href="#" class="download">Download</a></li><li><a href="#" class="contact">Contact</a></li></ul> This time, we don't have to do much with the CSS. 3. With the background position jquery plugin, what we need to do is to set the backgroundPosition properties to the right top and left value. Conclusion Like this tutorials?

21 New jQuery Plugins to Add Cool Effects to Your WordPress Site jQuery is a beautiful thing. It powers most of the fancy plugins you find that add cool, interactive effects to your WordPress site. I’ve selected a few of my favorites from the newest jQuery-powered plugins to hit the repository. Grab a cup of coffee and check out some of the possibilities available for your WordPress site. Flicker Photo Post Flicker Photo Post gives you the ability to add Flickr images to your WordPress posts and even crop them as necessary. WP Sponsor Flip Wall WP Sponsor Flip Wall is an awesome plugin based on a popular tutorial for creating boxes that flip when clicked using jQuery and CSS. Custom Post Type List Shortcode Custom Post Type List Shortcode is a simply awesome plugin. Random Post Slider Random Post Slider gives you the ability to slide posts continually using jQuery cycle to Scroll Right, Scroll Left, Scroll Up, and Scroll Down. LoadedPress Show More Better Backgrounds Better Backgrounds helps you to implement full-screen backgrounds on your WordPress site.

Dynamic PNG shadow position & opacity with jQuery - by Daniel Kurdoghlian | PushingPixels.at Below you can see the magic interesting part of my script: This is, what makes the correct positioning of the shadow <div>. Just assign this function to a dragging event (+ window-resize & load) and you have your dynamic positioning. Sponsor Flip Wall With jQuery & CSS Martin Angelov Designing and coding a sponsors page is part of the developer’s life (at least the lucky developer’s life, if it is about a personal site of theirs). It, however, follows different rules than those for the other pages of the site. You have to find a way to fit a lot of information and organize it clearly, so that the emphasis is put on your sponsors, and not on other elements of your design. We are using PHP, CSS and jQuery with the jQuery Flip plug-in, to do just that. Step 1 – XHTML Most of the markup is generated by PHP for each of the sponsors after looping the main $sponsor array. demo.php <div title="Click to flip" class="sponsor"><div class="sponsorFlip"><img alt="More about google" src="img/sponsors/google.png"></div><div class="sponsorData"><div class="sponsorDescription"> The company that redefined web search. The outermost .sponsor div contains two additional div elements. Maybe more interesting is the sponsorData div. Sponsor Flip Wall Step 2 – CSS Step 3 – PHP

Fullscreen Slit Slider with jQuery and CSS3 A tutorial on how to create a fullscreen slideshow with a twist: the idea is to slice open the current slide when navigating to the next or previous one. Using jQuery and CSS animations we can create unique slide transitions for the content elements. View demo Download source In this tutorial we’ll create a fullscreen slideshow with a twist: we’ll slice the current slide open in order to reveal the next or previous slide. We’ll be using jQuery cond, jQuery plugin by Ben Alman for chainable “if-then-else” statements. The animal icon font that we’ll be using is by Alan Carr and you can find it here. The images in the second demo are by Majownik and they are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Please note: the result of this tutorial will only work as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. Let’s start with the HTML. The Markup Every slide will also have some data-attributes that we will use in order to control the effect for each slide. The CSS

Create Background Scrolling Effect with jQuery Introduction Greeting, today we are going to make a scrolling background effect. This script will move the background of any html tag, either vertically or horizontally. I used this script in one of my project which has a blue sky with clouds and it makes the whole website came alive. In this tutorial, we're not only go through how to make it, we will have it in plugin as well which allow user to customize the speed of the movement and direction (vertically, horizontally and diagonally). There is nothing about HTML. <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8"><title>Scrolling Backgorund</title><div class="clouds"></div> I think, from all of my tutorial, this would be the shortest and simplest CSS code. 3. Alright, this is the part that makes everything alive! 4. I'm not an expert in creating plugins but thanks to my friend from web developer juice, with his amazing skill, he managed to convert the whole script in a very short time and here is the code. Usage

Editing a WordPress theme with Dreamweaver CS5 – Part 2: Setting up your site After you’ve successfully configured the database information, you are ready to begin the five minute WordPress installation process, in which you’ll set up blog details such as the title, admin username/password, and more. Follow the on-screen instructions. For more details see Step 5: Run the Install Script in the WordPress codex. WordPress will then be installed and you will be directed to the admin login area for your WordPress site. This is where you can login and add posts, change themes, create pages, and much more. For now, simply close the browser. Install the theme files and set up your site in Dreamweaver With the local web server and WordPress installed, the next step is to set up a local Dreamweaver site using the sample WordPress theme for this tutorial. Installing the theme files Download the sample theme for this tutorial, MyTheme.zip, and extract the contents to the WordPress themes folder. The WordPress themes folder can be found at the following locations:

Parallax Content Slider with CSS3 and jQuery A simple parallax content slider with different animations for each slider element and a background parallax effect. View demo Download source Today we want to share a simple parallax content slider with you. Using CSS animations, we’ll control the animation of each single element in the slider and create a parallax effect by animating the background of the slider itself. The idea for this comes from the slider of the Kendo UI homepage, a framework for modern HTML UI. After we got some requests and questions about how to do something like that, we decided to recreate the effect. How it works The slider contains several slides and each one will have an h2 element, a paragraph, a link and a division with an image: The core of this slider is the animations for each one of the elements. .da-slide-fromright.da-slide-fromleft.da-slide-toright.da-slide-toleft Given these classes, we can control the animation of each element: Options The following options are available when calling the cslider plugin:

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