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Creating a polaroid photo viewer with CSS3 and jQueryItaly. A beautiful country that my girlfriend and me visited last year during our summer holiday. While we were there, we took a lot of pictures that would look pretty nice on polaroid. Placing them on simple polaroids on a webpage simply didn't do it for me. This example is making use of CSS3 and jQuery, just to show the effect when combining two powerful techniques. IMPORTANT NOTE: Sadly, CSS3 and HTML5 aren't the standards (yet) these days (when will it ever be?). With that said, check out how you can re-create this effect and learn some more about CSS3 and jQuery. Just for the record: Not all pictures were taken by me (just some of them). Safari Demo Check out this small video I placed on YouTube, showing this effect in full glory (rotating and adding a shadow while dragging). The HTML of this page isn't really hard to understand. The polaroid-class is the container of the polaroid. Just like the HTML, the CSS part of this example is pretty simple. jQuery and CSS3 Now for the real fun!