I was browsing through websites one day and came across one really interesting feature. Jennifer Perrin has a small blog on her website which uses a fixed top navbar. In the center you’ll find a profile avatar photo which displays her full author bio(triggered by hover). This is a really interesting feature and I’ve set out to replicate the idea using jQuery.
So in this tutorial I want to demonstrate how we can build a very simple HTML5 webpage recreating a full author bio display. The entire bio container is hidden until the user hovers over the avatar photo. Take a peek at my live demo to see what it should look like:
When a prospective student or parent is looking into a school, one of the first items that they will see is your website during their research phase. If you do not have a website that feels modern and up to date, you could lose those potential business. In todays post, I’ll share with you 21 School and Education themes for your next learning related project.
Any company selling a service with payment plans usually breaks up the structure into different packages. Smaller packages will cost less but also provide fewer features. Pricing tables are the perfect UI component to display these packages in an easy-to-compare design.
For this tutorial I want to demonstrate how we can create pricing tables with just a bit of HTML5 and CSS3. Despite the name, I haven’t actually used any <table> elements within the design. You might feel these are easier but they also depend on a rigid formulaic structure. Pricing tables can have many facets including service terms, plan details, pricing details, and of course the purchase/signup button.
Hosting files and websites is a business that is expanding at a quick pace. You’ve probably ran across the term The Cloud by now, which makes it appear as if it’s some new wonder. The cloud has always been here, but it has simply gone by different names throughout the years. In this roundup, I’ll share with you 25 hosting website themes to help kickstart your own cloud service.
With restaurant’s everywhere we look, it only makes sense that they make themselves known online as well as they are in person. Too many small business owners look the other way when it comes to their website and could be loosing out on valuable customers in the process. With these 35 food related themes, you will come across something that fits with what you envisioned for your own business, and get the online presence you deserve.
Today, I would like to go over a quick and simple way to allow your users to switch page layouts by using CSS and jQuery.
Today’s web users expect web pages to be increasingly more interactive. To this end, the ability to change page layouts provides your users with a more immersive experience and allows them to consume information more easily, either with a quick gallery view, or a detailed summary view.
For typical e-commerce websites you will often notice a detailed photo display when hovering an image. The zoom effect helps prospective buyers to see more of the product when deciding if it’s worth purchasing. This familiar image zoom effect can be applied to many other websites just to provide a better user experience.
In this tutorial I want to introduce a very simple jQuery plugin called EasyZoom. It’s all free and open source to download right from Github. The tool makes it super easy to create your own image zoom panel, which can appear on mouseover or be tied onto another event handler. Check out my live sample demo to get an idea of the final product.
Sliding parallax websites incorporate animation with page sections to build a very unique experience. Over the past few years I have found a large number of parallax designs wrapped into a single webpage. Notably this parallax interface may be hard-coded from scratch, but there are lots of free open source plugins to do the job quicker.
In this tutorial I want to demonstrate how we can use AnimateScroll to build a sliding single-page website layout. I’ve kept inner page content to a minimum so we can see exactly how the CSS structure works with the animations. Keep in mind this definitely isn’t a tough concept to implement. But you should have an understanding of page hierarchy and CSS positioning or it gets confusing fast. Check out my live demo example to see exactly what we are making.