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.
With many social applications the use of threaded comments has become a staple in functionality. Webmasters today are focusing much more on user experience rather than content generation, and because of this there has been a rise in custom animation effects.
Below I’ll be going over a guide to building your own custom jQuery threaded comments from scratch. For the ease of our tutorial we won’t be using any backend system to actually store the data anywhere. This means no MySQL databases or PHP calls to a server – all comments are added in-page and will be lost upon page refresh.