The days of over-the-top Flash animation may be long gone now, but that doesn’t mean you should abandon animation altogether. Subtly animated page transitions can give your websites a professional look and improve the user experience. Learn how to create them in our new course, Creating Animated HTML5 Page Transitions.
In this tutorial we’ll use slick.js, a popular jQuery plugin, to build an attractive responsive image gallery. Here’s the gallery that we’re going to create:
Today we’ll learn how to add “deep linking” to the Bootstrap 4 tabs. To better understand what we’re working towards, check out the demo page and pay attention to two things:
In this quick tip I’m going to explain to you when you should and shouldn’t use the “slim version” of jQuery. For this tip I’ll assume you’re familiar with jQuery, or have heard of it at the very least.
This tutorial will teach you how to create and animate a hamburger menu icon and then attach an event listener through jQuery for triggering a drop-down menu.
Our popular web design course, Practical Web Animation, gives an in-depth four-hour introduction to animating buttons, images, and other web elements.
If you have found yourself browsing media websites recently–video streaming services, news websites, Facebook and so on–you might have noticed a trend regarding their video players. If we scroll down a page where a video is present, it will float and shrink the player, sticking it to the side of the viewport instead of losing it from view.