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jQuery Plugins Tagged ‘transition effect’

Blindify – jQuery Plugin to Create Blinds Effect Transitioning

March 03, 2014     2204     Slider
Blindify – jQuery Plugin to Create Blinds Effect Transitioning

Blindify is a jQuery plugin which creates a slideshow featuring a blinds effect transitioning (either vertical or horizontal) between a list of images.

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tCycle – Tiny jQuery Slideshow Plugin

January 15, 2014     2612     Slider
tCycle – Tiny jQuery Slideshow Plugin

tCycle is a minimalist jQuery slideshow plugin that won't blow your bandwidth budget.

It supports the following features:

  • Auto-initialization
  • Declarative options
  • Variable timeout
  • Variable speed
  • Cross-fade transitions
  • Scroll transitions

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Smoothbox – Responsive and Lightweight jQuery Lightbox

November 15, 2013     10126     Gallery CSS3 & CSS
Smoothbox – Responsive and Lightweight jQuery Lightbox

Smoothbox is a simple, lightweight, and responsive jQuery lightbox plugin.

Features

  • Lightweight
  • Preloads images
  • Built in gallery for multiple items
  • CSS3 transitions for smoother effects
  • Responsive image sizes

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jQuery Image Gallery

November 14, 2013     3099     Slider Gallery
jQuery Image Gallery

jQuery Image Gallery is an extension to the Dialog component of jQuery UI, to ease navigation between a set of gallery images.

It features mouse and keyboard navigation, transition effects, fullscreen mode and slideshow functionality

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How to Create a Mosaic Transition Effect using jQuery

November 10, 2013     7260     Effects
How to Create a Mosaic Transition Effect using jQuery

A tutorial about "Building a mosaic transition effect between two photos using jQuery". Tutorial includes 2 demo page with different mosaic transition effect.

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Medium-Style Page Transition

October 30, 2013     5856     CSS3 & CSS Effects
Medium-Style Page Transition

An article on how to achieve Medium’s next page transition effect—an effect that can be seen by clicking anywhere on the “Read Next” footer at the bottom of the page. This effect is characterized by the lower article easing upward as the current article fades up and out.

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