Présentation du Menu Images Collapsing-Site-Navigation : Plugin jQuery adapté pour SPIP Présentation Nous avons adapté pour SPIP le Plugin « jQuery - Collapsing-Site-Navigation with jQuery » de Mary Lou (Manoela Ilic) qui nous montre comment crééer un : Collapsing-Site-Navigation with Mary Lou (Manoela Ilic) est un web designer freelance et développeur avec une passion pour le design d’interaction. Elle présente comme suit sa création : Aujourd’hui, nous allons créer un menu qui contient l’effondrement des barres de navigation verticale et un glisser hors zone de contenu. Mot-clé impliqué pour l’activation dans SPIP Les Menus Images peuvent être affichés dans le sommaire, dans les rubriques et dans les articles et cela en 3 positions dites « _AuDessus », « _Dessus » et « _Dessous » au choix : Mot-clé utilisé pour afficher le Menu Image dans le sommaire, les articles et/ou les rubriques Pour des information complémentaires concernant ces mots-clés : Code
30 Useful CSS Tutorials – Designers Need to Know Today we presenting some useful CSS TUTORIALS which are really inspiring and will help you know the basics of CSS and bring more improvement in your designing to design your web accordingly. In CSS you define some colors and styles when ever you write you articles you describe the style and if you will change the style it will definitely change the style of your whole designs . You may also interested to read: CSS is a very important part of any web design. Have a look on tutorials and let us know about the all elements . Responsive CSS Timeline with 3D Effect Tutorial Link Interactive Infographic with SVG and CSS Animations Tutorial Link Fluid CSS3 Slideshow with Parallax Effect Tutorial Link CSS-Only Responsive Layout with Smooth Transitions Tutorial Link Sliding Image Panels with CSS3 Tutorial Link Rotating Words with CSS Animations Tutorial Link CSS3 image slider with stylized thumbnails Tutorial Link 3D Restaurant Menu Concept Tutorial Link RocketBar jQuery And CSS3 “Stay On Top” Navigation Menu
a_collective Sliding Boxes and Captions with jQuery | Build Internet! Add an extra layer of information to your images with sliding boxes. This is now a plugin! Check out the announcement post for the Mosaic jQuery plugin. The Basic Idea All of these sliding box animations work on the same basic idea. Confused? From this basic idea we can play around with animations of the sliding element to either show or cover up the viewing area, thus creating the sliding effect. Step 1 – CSS Foundation Work Given the basic structure outlined in the helpful image above, we will need to use a little bit of CSS to make it work as intended. The following defines the viewing window (.boxgrid) and sets the default position for images within it to the top left. If you aren’t using the semi-transparent captions you are done with CSS – move to Step 2. Opacity that plays nice in all browsers is a rough topic, educate yourself if you need to. Now we’ll need to set up the default starting point for the caption box. Step 2 – Adding the Sliding Animations Step 3 – The HTML Google+
100 Great CSS Menu Tutorials Aug 23 2011 Navigation is such an important part of your website. It’s how your visitors navigate to the main areas of your site and makes it easy for them to find your good content. CSS is of course the perfect language for designing beautiful navigation menus. Today we would like to show you 100 of these tutorials; 75 horizontal CSS menu tutorials and 25 vertical CSS menu tutorials. Horizontal CSS Menu Tutorials 1. View Tutorial | Demo 2. View Tutorial | Demo 3. View Tutorial & Demo 4. View Tutorial | Demo 5. View Tutorial | Demo 6. View Tutorial | Demo 7. View Tutorial | Demo 8. View Tutorial 9. View Tutorial | Demo 10. View Tutorial | Demo 11. View Tutorial | Demo 12. View Tutorial | Demo 13. View Tutorial | Demo 14. View Tutorial & Demo 15. View Tutorial | Demo 16. View Tutorial | Demo 17. View Tutorial 18. View Tutorial | Demo 19. View Tutorial | Demo 20. View Tutorial | Demo 21. View Tutorial & Demo 22. View Tutorial | Demo 23. View Tutorial | Demo 24. View Tutorial & Demo 25. View Tutorial | Demo 26. 27.
Transit - CSS transitions and transformations for jQuery What about older browsers? Transit degrades older browsers by simply not doing the transformations (rotate, scale, etc) while still doing standard CSS (opacity, marginLeft, etc) without any animation. Delays and durations will be ignored. // Delegate .transition() calls to .animate()// if the browser can't do CSS transitions.if (!$.support.transition) $.fn.transition = $.fn.animate; Fallback to frame-based animation If you would like to fallback to classic animation when transitions aren't supported, just manually redefine .transitition to .animate. (Note: if you're using custom easing, you may need to also use jQuery Easing, and restrict your use of easing options to the ones defined there.) $.fx.speeds. Default duration Transit honors jQuery's default speed, $.fx.speeds. Custom easing Define custom easing aliases in $.cssEase. Webkit: prevent flickers Having flickering problems in Webkit? Antialias problems in Webkit? Force hardware-acceleration in Webkits to prevent text flickering.
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Documentation | Spritely Spritely is a simple plugin with only two key methods, sprite() and pan() both of which simply animate the background-image css property of an element. The difference between the two is that a 'sprite' image contains two or more 'frames' of animation, whereas a 'pan' image contains a continuous image which pans left or right and then repeats. Typically, in either case, you would use a png file (with or without transparency) for this. You might wish to use a transparent gif for Internet Explorer 6, though it probably won't look as good. For documentation in languages other than English, please see Unoffical Documentation. Please note: there is a problem with the current version of Mobile Safari on the iPad On the iPad, using the pan() method may cause crashes in Mobile Safari. Quick start If you're impatient to try out Spritely and want to see some self-contained working examples, you can download some sample 0.4 code as a zip file. What's new in version 0.6? What's new in version 0.6?