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Create a Funky Parallax Background Effect using jQuery

In this tutorial, we’ll be using JQuery to take a horizontally scrolling website and add a parallax scrolling background effect reminiscent of old-school 2D platform games like Sonic the Hedgehog. Tutorial Details Last year, the Silverback App site, designed by Carsonified, created some chatter amongst the design community for its clever use of a parallax scrolling effect seen when resizing the browser window. Like in old 2D platformers like Sonic the Hedgehog, this parallax effect could really come into its own alongside some horizontally scrolling content. This can be easily achieved using a little jQuery magic! Step 1 – The Skeleton HTML First, we need to create the basic HTML structure we’ll be using. <div id="header"><h1 id="logo">Scrolling Clouds</h1><ul id="menu"><li><a href="#box1" class="link">Home</a></li><li><a href="#box2" class="link">Box 2</a></li><li><a href="#box3" class="link">Box 3</a></li><li><a href="#box4" class="link">Box 4</a></li></ul></div><! Step 2 – Some CSS 55 jQuery Animate Resources | Have Fun With jQuery Animate Back in the day most people would use Flash on their website in order to enhance their website with stunning animation. Now, jQuery is a power house programming language that webmasters have at their disposal. Now slowly but steadily jQuery has stolen all the limelight from Flash and has fascinated the developers with its unmatchable features. jQuery is known as write less do more script. jQuery Animate in such a wonderful tool that you don’t even have to consider using flash anymore. We are presenting a whopping list of tutorials and plugins which will show you how you can create wonderful animations using jQuery. Advertisement Create a Cool Animated Navigation with CSS and jQuery Author is going to build a really cool animated navigation menu using just CSS and jQuery. More Information on Create a Cool Animated Navigation with CSS and jQuery Create a Realistic Hover Effect With jQuery Learn how to Create a Realistic Hover Effect With jQuery Bubble Engine – Plugin for jQuery Dream Night txt

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24 sites Internet avec une navigation inhabituelle La navigation est la partie la plus importante d’un site web sans lequel aucun site web ne peut fonctionner efficacement. Avoir une navigation unique qui remplit efficacement son but est presque semblable à escalader le mont Everest. Une navigation unique avec une fonctionnalité parfaite rend le site Intenet facile à naviguer, assurant ainsi une meilleure expérience des utilisateurs. J’ai donc recueilli quelques sites Internet étonnants avec une navigation unique qui permettra non seulement de vous inspirer, mais vous montrera surtout comment combiner l’innovation et commodité. J’espère que vous aimerez cet assortiment. 1. La navigation de ce site Internet va de pair avec le thème. 2. BountyBev fait preuve de beaucoup de créativité. 3. Une nabigation avec des effets de survol exceptionnel. 4. Une navigation vraiment exceptionnelle et créative qui montre une hiérarchie des menus allant jusqu’à ses racines. 5. Un site Internet facile à naviguer grâce à son menu de navigation bien conçu. 6.

Parallax Scrolling! - CSS-Tricks # August 24, 2011 at 5:40 pm Seriously took it about a minute to load. It looks great though, I’d suggest looking into jQuery Easing ( to allow for a bit smoother scrolling and such. Possibly Drag Dealer ( as well to make the page grab-able and more interactive (having to use the middle mount/scrollbar is always a pain and takes away from the glory that is parallax). In a nutshell.. make it load quicker, implement easing to make it less sketchy when scrolling, and make it more interactive by being drag-able and such. EDIT: Boy I feel silly, I thought that site was yours! While I know very little about it, I know of the components you need to run it. The problem with most parallax websites, like Mark’s website, is that they take FOREVER to load. Here is a very simple parallax effect tutorial that you can build off of and learn from:

Create a Parallax Website Header | ProgTuts This tutorial will show you how to create a cool Parallax Website Header using jQuery and the jParallax jQuery plugin. This is quite a simple experiment and you won’t need any javascript knowledge, just plain old HTML and CSS. However this has the potential to create some really stunning effects. The Files So first of all we will need some javascript files: There I told you this was simple. The Images Before we do anymore its a good idea to create the images we will use in our header. SkySunGrassTree If you don’t know what I’m on about (or you don’t know what the Parallax effect is) have a look at this wikipedia article and you’ll see what I mean. The HTML The HTML is where most of the work is done. <! Pretty simple yeh? First off we include our javascript files that we downloaded. And that’s that really. The CSS The CSS is almost too simple to mention but I will anyway. Important things to remeber about the CSS are: Conclusion So there you have it. View the Demo Download the ZIP file More?

30 CSS Menu Tutorials to Build Attractive Menus Navigation is an extremely important part of your website. Your visitors need to be able to browse through your website easily and find what they’re looking for without getting lost or wasting too much time. They don’t need to be thinking “where to now?”. You’re the one responsible for showing them where to go next. That means that navigation shouldn’t be complicated, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be attractive. If you’re planning on designing a navigation menu for your website and have little to none experience with CSS, there’s absolutely no reason to be worried. Here is a collection of 30 CSS menu tutorials that anybody can use to create a menu. 1. With browsers supporting many more features, this tutorial is the solution to help create a powerful menu. Go to tutorial 2. Here’s a tutorial that’s going to show you how to create a menu that features four states: normal, hover, focus and click. Go to tutorial 3. Create a menu using only CSS – no images and no Javascript. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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