Archive for June, 2016

13 jQuery Plugins to Create One Page Scroll

Single page applications or one page scroll websites are new and very popular trend these days. These websites look quite attractive while using vibrant colors to catch the attention of the user. In this post, find a compiled list of 13 jQuery plugins to create one page scroll website or give feel of SPA. These […]
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12 jQuery Plugins to Animate Text

Text animation is a preferred way to highlight the text and catch attention of anyone. But having a good and lightweight text animation is pretty important. So in this post, find a compiled list of 12 jQuery plugins for animating text on your website to get attention of users. This plugins are tiny, easy to […]
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Awesome jQuery Plugins for Your Mobile Website

Having a mobile website is must and it needs to be regularly updated to include new features with new animations. So in this post, find a compiled list of awesome jQuery plugins for your mobile website to create sliders, random password generators, creating numeric pads, slide and swipe menus, unlock and many other mobile related […]
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10 jQuery Plugins to Create a Ripple Effect

Ripple effects became very popular with Android Material design due to simplicity of animation and its eye catching presence. So in this post, find a compiled list of 10 jQuery plugins to create ripple effects. These plugins are very lightweight and easy to use. 1. Ripples   Ripples is a fancy jQuery plugin that creates […]
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10 jQuery Plugins to Create a Hamburger Icon

A hamburger menu has become the way to display a navigation menu on mobile devices. It has the look & feel of an options menu that can be seen recently in all kind of modern native smartphone apps. Via jQuery plugins and CSS capabilities, you can integrate them with any website. So in this post, […]
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Using jQuery to Dynamically Add CSS to HTML

jQuery easily allows for CSS to be dynamically changed as a result of different event triggers. This is especially useful if you want to change some styling of a particular element after a click. Implementing this type of code is fairly simple. The code in the following example would change the color of the text […]
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