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Simple yet amazing CSS3 border transition effects

Simple yet amazing CSS3 border transition effects

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Expandable Image Gallery in CSS and jQuery An image that expands on click, going full-width and turning into a gallery. Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera 9+ We often see the “2 blocks modules” design approach: 50% width image on one side, and text on the other. Tiles The Tiles module allows you to create masonry tile layouts that's similar to the Windows 8 Metro desktop style. Both front and back tile are customizable with options to display text, icons, maps, buttons, or galleries. It also includes 10 flip effects with the option to set an auto flip timer. With the Builder frontend live preview mode, the tiles can easily be arranged by dragging & dropping it anywhere on the page. It is extremely easy to use. Watch the video below to see it in action. The Gooey Effect The following is a post by Lucas Bebber. Lucas the originator of some of the most creative effects I've ever seen on the web. So much so I couldn't resist blogging about them myself several times. Much better this time: we got the man himself to explain how SVG filters work and how you can use them to create a very cool gooey effect.

26 Free Responsive jQuery Image Sliders If you are interested in adding top class jQuery image sliders on your new or well established website then here you will find the right slider plugins which will assist you to do that properly. Enough though jQuery has simplified the way JavaScript used to work on the browser we are still in need of image sliders to speed up the daily web design and development work. We can modify some of these plugins to make a new slider which is much more efficient for your website. Either ways you will need only add some captions, images and take notes of some transition effects that comes with the slider to get started straight away. There are detailed documentation for these plugins so adding new transition effects is not a big deal. Change event based triggers if you are an advanced jQuery programmer.

jQuery effects, 150+ best for web developers and designers Since the arrival of the jQuery library, the life of JavaScript programmers have gotten a lot easier because now it’s simpler to develop web 2.0 applications. With jQuery, the programmers can keep their code organized and concise, which is the major slogan of the library, “write less, do more”. You can utilize jQuery to handle events, generate animations, and even add an Ajax support into your web applications in a very easy way. Certainly you can use JavaScript to execute all the jQuery functions, but if you use it, your programming times will reduce and your effectiveness will increase, and that’s the real magic of jQuery.

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