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jQuery Plugins Tagged ‘blur effect’

Background Blur – Ultra Light jQuery Plugin for Blurring Images

November 27, 2016     694     Effects
Background Blur – Ultra Light jQuery Plugin for Blurring Images

Background Blur plugin is an ultra small, cross browser jQuery plugin for blurring images.

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Pilpil – Progressive Image Loading

May 31, 2016     1222     Effects
Pilpil – Progressive Image Loading

Pilpil is a tiny, pure JavaScript library for Progressive Image Loading with a blur effect to reduce the page load time; as seen on Medium.

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StackBlur.js –Fast and Almost Gaussian Blur

November 17, 2015     2031     Effects
StackBlur.js –Fast and Almost Gaussian Blur

StackBlur.js is a fast, almost Gaussian blur for canvas. It's based on implementation of StackBlur algorithm.

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Motion Blur Effect with SVG and Javascript

April 08, 2015     1753     Effects
Motion Blur Effect with SVG and Javascript

A tutorial on how to create a motion blur effect on HTML elements using JavaScript and an SVG blur filter.

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Vague.js – jQuery Plugin to Blur Any Kind of Html Element

July 08, 2013     20204     CSS3 & CSS Effects
Vague.js – jQuery Plugin to Blur Any Kind of Html Element

Vague.js is an experimental script that allows you to blur any kind of html element. Vague.js checks if the user’s device supports the CSS filters otherwise it can fallback using the SVG filters or the Microsoft css filters.

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Spoiler Alert! – jQuery Plugin to Hide Spoilers on Your Site

March 04, 2013     3022     Effects
Spoiler Alert! – jQuery Plugin to Hide Spoilers on Your Site

Spoiler Alert! is a jQuery plugin that hides copy and images with a bit of blur. Hint on mouseover, reveal on click.

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Foggy – jQuery Plugin for Blurring Page Elements

September 20, 2012     6006     CSS3 & CSS Effects
Foggy – jQuery Plugin for Blurring Page Elements

Foggy is a jQuery plugin for blurring page elements. It supports IE (8 and up), Firefox, Safari and Chrome.

Foggy by default uses the "-webkit-filter: blur" CSS attribute. If the browser doesn't support it, Foggy falls back to a manual blur. It makes several copies of the selected HTML element. It adds transparency to all copies and moves each of them by small amount, thus creating the blur effect.

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