Animated web fullscreen background image slideshow Do you remember the Advanced jQuery background image slideshow I posted last year? Because of that tutorial, reader Evens sent me an e-mail, asking how the effect on the website from Climate Crisis could be recreated. It seemed liked an intersting thing to do, so I took the time to try to create the same effect.
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. The beautiful portrait photography is by Images by Alan Turkus. Check out his Flickr Photostream. The images are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) License.
In this post I’m going to share about how to create an experimental flyout image slider. This image slider is a stack of some images and works by flying out the selected image to the front of images stack. We will use CSS3 transition, animation and transform for this animation and jQuery for helping us maintain click event, CSS transition and animation.
This tool create jQuery web animation slider banners, he most strong and popular web design trend over last couple of years is a sliding horizontal panels also known as Sliders or Carousels. It’s a very effective method to increase the web site usability and engage the user.
The HTML structure is going to consist of a main container with the class “pxs_container”. We will add a wrapper for the three different backgrounds which we will animate differently to create the parallax. The background images will have some transparency since we want to see them moving on top of each other. We will also add a loading element and the two unordered lists for the full images and the thumbnails. Further, we will add the navigation elements.