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. 70+ Must Have jQuery Tutorials Welcome to day 7, the last installment of tutorial week on Designrfix. Today we have assembled an awesome collection of some wicked jQuery tutorials from around the Web. I am confident that these web design and development tutorials will arm you with all the necessary techniques in-order to achieve those latest web design trends. Tooltipster - The jQuery Tooltip Plugin Styling your tooltips with a custom look ⇑ Tooltipster makes it very easy to go from one of the packaged themes and customize a few properties of your choice. To do so, we recommend that you create a so-called "secondary theme" which will override some properties of a packaged theme. Create a new css file and include it in your page.
jQuery NailThumb experience how useful it is in dynamic web applications, where you can face any shape or size. What it's useful for? Basically any media gallery Vertical Sliding Accordion with jQuery Today we want to share a slick and flexible vertical jQuery accordion with you. The main idea is to expand the accordion slices on click and show some more information. The other slices will become less opaque and squeezed. When navigating to the next slice using one navigation arrows, a new slice will slide in from the top or the bottom. Once a slice is open and we navigate, the subsequent slice will open on slide. View demo Download source
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. They are are typically used to feature multiple products, news, video etc. without taking up a lot of space on the pages. In fact, we see sliders on most news and business websites today and they are placed on the most important location over the fold on the front page.
HTML Templates News or Magazine This template puts a focus on bold images, perfect for a magazine style site with eye catching content. Your stories are easy to find with large feature blocks. jPages What does it do? jPages is a client-side pagination plugin but it gives you a lot more features comparing to most of the other plugins for this purpose, such as auto page turn, key and scroll browse, showing items with delay, completely customizable navigation panel and also integration with Animate.css and Lazy Load. Apart from all its features, the main diference for the other pagination plugins is that with jPages you can create as many navigation panels as you want and you can choose exactly where to place them. The plugin is very unobtrusive and it won't apply any extra styles to the items you are paginating.
jQuery Tabbed Interface / Tabbed Structure Menu Tutorial Introduction Nowadays, a lot of websites are using tab based content as a way to save spaces in a webpage. I have seen a lot of wordpress websites using a tabbed interface for its category, posts, comments and random posts content. Dynamic PNG shadow position & opacity with jQuery - by Daniel Kurdoghlian 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.
Shuffle.js You can order the elements based off a function you supply. In the demo above, each item has a data-date-created and data-title attribute. When the select option menu changes, a sort object is passed to shuffle. <select class="sort-options"><option value="">Default</option><option value="title">Title</option><option value="date-created">Date Created</option></select>
Tracking Scroll Depth with jQuery and Google Analytics (Update: You can view the updated plugin and new project page here.) Scroll depth—the measure of how far a user scrolls on a particular page—is an interesting but lesser-known engagement metric. It’s not something you can find in your Google Analytics or Omniture account but you may be familiar with it from other analytics services (e.g., Chartbeat). If you’ve ever participated in an ontological debate about “the fold”, you know that how far users are willing to scroll down a page (and whether they’re willing to scroll at all) is an important concern for both designers and business stakeholders. So how can we measure it? One option is to sign up for a service like Chartbeat that offers scroll depth as a reporting metric.