A tutorial about Creating Animated CSS3 Perspective Menu with jQuery. It's sidebar menu that when clicked would shift the perspective of the current window and slant it in a way that revealed the menu options.
It can be used as horizontal or vertical.
Learn to create a slider timeline menu with CSS3 animations and jQuery. It is a fixed navigation that smooth scrolls to new sections with a cool slider effect.
A tutorial about "Building a mosaic transition effect between two photos using jQuery". Tutorial includes 2 demo page with different mosaic transition effect.
Tabs are easy to implement and can be built to work with your existing markup. This tutorial will walk through the process.
A tutorial about Creating Responsive Share Buttons by using jQuery and CSS.
Advantage of creating own set of share buttons is that, it goes well with your layout, and you don't have to rely on bulky files that are loaded from anonymous servers, which could also slow down the page loading time significantly.
A tutorial on how to create a off-canvas icon navigation with an animated border effect. The menu effect is inspired by CreativeDash's bounce menu for mobile apps.
A tutorial about creating basic modal by using jQuery and CSS.
A tutorial on how to create some nice custom drop-down lists with CSS and jQuery.
There are five examples with different looking drop-down menus and lists for various purposes.
A tutorial about Creating Android Dock using jQuery & CSS3.
The application icon will pop out consecutively when arrow image on the dock clicked and not just the icon beautifully animated the dock itself also rotating vertically with 3D style.
A tutorial about creating an accordion menu by using jQuery and CSS3.
A tutorial about "Creating Google Play’s Multi-Level Navigation Menu".
This menu has smooth animation and let users peek at the root-level menu by simply hovering a back button. It's created with using HTML, CSS and jQuery.
An experimental push menu with multi-level functionality that allows endless nesting of navigation elements.
The result is a “push” menu that can (theoretically) contain infinite nested sub-menus. When opening a sub-level, the whole navigation pushes the content more, allowing a slice of the parent menu to be visible. Optionally, this slice can be visible or not, in which case the sub-menu will simply cover its parent.