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A Collection of Page Transitions

A Collection of Page Transitions

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Create a Cool Website with Fancy Scrolling Effects I’m sure we’re all familiar with the popular parallax effect in web design. It has become a great tool to create a fun browsing experience that responds to the user’s controls as they scroll up and down the page. In this tutorial we’ll use a couple of readily available jQuery plugins to quickly put together a cool little single page website of our own, complete with fancy scrolling effects. This tutorial will be a walkthrough of my design process for a simple portal site that presents all of my websites and social profiles. Each website has its own individual section in a series of ‘slides’ laid out vertically.

Inspiration for Text Input Effects Some inspiration for effects on text inputs using CSS transitions, animations and pseudo-elements. View demo Download source Form inputs offer a great opportunity to add some subtle and interesting effects to a web page. Welcome to What is jarallax?Web based parallax scrolling and much more! Jarallax is an open-source javascript library which makes adjusting css based on interaction easy.With Jarallax it's easy to create a parallax scrolling website. What to do next Follow Jarallax Support Jarallax Fancy Scrolling Sites In the last year or so, there's been enough sites that do fancy things when you scroll down that it's kind of a trend. I thought I'd blog it, you know, for the sake of history. By "fancy things" I mean something happens when scrolling down besides the site scrolling down. Elements might move around in unexpected ways or change their size/shape/color/content in some way. It's easier to just experience some of these yourself than listen to me try to fumble through explaining it. These screenshots also don't do much justice.

ScrollMagic - Demo 50 Useful CSS Snippets Every Designer Should Have With so many new trends advancing every year it can be difficult keeping up with the industry. Website designers and frontend developers have been deeply ingrained into the newer CSS3 properties, determining the ultimate browser support and quirky hacks. But there are also brilliant CSS2 code snippets which have been unrequited in comparison. For this article I want to present 50 handy CSS2/CSS3 code snippets for any web professional. These are perfect for storing in your development IDE of choice, or even keeping them saved in a small CSS file. Either way I am sure designers & developers can find some use for some of the snippets in this collection.

Getting started Once you get the code of jVectorMap from the download page and one of the map from the maps page you can start experimenting with various features it provides. First of all let's create just a simple map with a world map with default parameters. Create an html containing the following: all JavaScript and CSS resources necessary to render the world map, initialization code, which tells the browser where to put the map and what parameters to use to render it, <div> element which will be a container for the map (note that map will be fitted according to the size of the container, that's why the container should have some non-zero width and height).

Animez vos fonds de pages web avec des vidéos Youtube Animez vos fonds de pages web avec des vidéos Youtube Voici un petit bout de code qui vous permettra de remplacer le fond image de votre site web par une vidéo YouTube en plein écran. À vous quand même de bien choisir la vidéo pour éviter que ça ne ressemble aux fonds de page en GIF animés des années 90 Pensez à remplacer le VIDEO_ID par l'ID de votre vidéo YouTube. Et si vous souhaitez mettre une musique au chargement de votre page (MOUAHAHAHA), vous pouvez aussi utiliser YouTube avec le code suivant : Source Circle Hover Effects with CSS Transitions From our sponsor: Get started on your Squarespace website with a free trial In today’s tutorial we’ll experiment with hover effects on circles. Since we have the border radius property, we can create circular shapes and they have been appearing more often as design elements in websites. One use that I especially enjoy seeing is the circular thumbnail which just looks so much more interesting than the usual rectangular. And because the circle is such a special shape, we are going to create some special hover effects for it!