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Examples and inspirations
Plugins and Tutorials
- jParallax Plugin | Demo
jParallax turns a selected element into a 'window', or viewport, and all its children into absolutely positioned layers that can be seen through the viewport. These layers move in response to the mouse, and, depending on their dimensions (and options for layer initialisation), they move by different amounts, in a parallaxy kind of way.
- FxQueues Plugin | Demo
The new version of this plugin is based on a script John Resig started some time ago (I came across his code afterlaunching the first version of this plugin). I adapted the code and added the scope stuff, created a new example page and also created some unit tests (which need some improvement, but are a good start).
jsAnim is a powerful, yet easy to use library for adding impressive animations to websites, without sacrificing standards or accessibility. Weighing in at just under 25 kilobytes, jsAnim packs a lot of punch for such a little application.
- $fx | Demo
- GX | Demo
- Glimmer | Demo
jQuery's support for animations is amazing. Glimmer makes it easy to create standards-based, custom animations that can work directly with your existing HTML and CSS!
- Magic | Demo
- Simulate Gravity with jQuery | Demo
Visual effects on web pages are becoming more and more effective thanks to framework like jQuery. The idea of being able to adjust the look of a page with a click or a button gives the user a bit of extra interaction. This tutorials aims to give you insight of realistic gravity animations with jQuery.
- Building an Animated Cartoon Tobot | Demo
Aside from being a fun exercise, what purpose does something like this have? None that’s plainly obvious. Its about as useful as a miniature ship in a bottle. Yet it does have an underlying purpose. It could inspire someone to look beyond the perceived constraints of web designers and developers.
- Flashy Intro with jQuery Animation | Demo
Remember those days which almost every website has a Flash intro or header that makes you wait un… forever. Now more and more people are using jQuery’s animation function to make their sites interesting. Let’s see how we do it.
- How to Make an Impressive Animated Landscape Header with jQuery | Demo
In this tutorial we’ll start with a cartoon themed header, build two different states for content and animate a transition between them using jQuery.
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as soon as i can reproduce my site http://www.pyelive.com and it look just as goo i will make the switch for good - but thanks for the examples! cool