Best jQuery CSS2 / CSS3.0 Plugins & Tutorials with Demo

GrapesJS : Open-source Web Builder Framework

GrapesJS : Open-source Web Builder Framework

GrapesJS is a free and open source Web Builder Framework which helps building HTML templates, faster and easily, to be delivered in sites, newsletters or mobile apps. Mainly, GrapesJS was designed to be used inside a CMS to speed up the creation of dynamic templates.

Animated Grid Previews with CSS & TweenMax

Animated Grid Previews with CSS & TweenMax

Today we’d like to share another CSS grid-powered template with you. The idea is to show a navigation and some scattered images in the background that have a slight parallax effect. Once the “explore” link is clicked, the seemingly randomly placed items animate to their final position in a grid. Each grid has its own unique layout. Once the animation is done, the whole thing becomes scrollable and a content area shows beneath the grid.The animations are powered by TweenMax.

Fullscreen Hover Loop Effect with CSS & TweenMax

Fullscreen Hover Loop Effect with CSS & TweenMax

Today we’d like to share a little artsy effect with you. The idea is to show a fast fullscreen preview of images when hovering over a special link. In our demo we use the concept of a photographer’s website where the link to their works triggers the effect. On hover, some photos are shown rapidly in a loop. Once the link is clicked, the current image scales down and moves to its place in the grid. The animations are made using TweenMax.

Grid Layout with Scrollable Content View

Grid Layout with Scrollable Content View

Today we’d like to share a Masonry-powered grid layout with you that has a motion hover effect on the items and a content preview that is scrollable. Once a grid item is clicked, we animate the image to the center of the page and scale it up. The background of the item also scales up, filling the whole page and forming the new background of the content preview. The content preview is scrollable, with some more text showing beneath the image. The animations are powered by TweenMax.

Multibox Menu : Fullscreen Menu with CSS Grid & TweenMax

Multibox Menu : Fullscreen Menu with CSS Grid & TweenMax

Today we’d like to share a simple fullscreen menu with you. The menu layout is powered by CSS Grid and we make its boxes appear with a reveal animation. The animations are made using TweenMax.

CSS Checkbox Library

CSS Checkbox Library

A huge collection of pure css checkboxes.

Light Modal : Pure CSS based Modal

Light Modal : Pure CSS based Modal

Light Modal is a new lightweight, powerful and easy to use CSS modal for content and images.

Offside.js : JavaScript Off-canvas Push Menu

Offside.js : JavaScript Off-canvas Push Menu

Offside.js is a minimal JavaScript kit without library dependencies to push things off-canvas using just class manipulation. It’s goal is to provide a super-lightweight, efficient and customizable way of handling off-canvas menus/elements on modern website and web applications.

Features:

  • Minimal DOM manipulations
  • No library dependencies
  • Uses CSS3 3D transforms (if you want to)
  • No injected style. Offside entirely relies on classes manipulations
  • BEM-like style
  • Degrades gracefully on browsers not supporting CSS3 3D transforms
  • Handles multiple off-canvas elements
  • Left/right off-canvas

Diagonal Slideshow with JavaScript & CSS

Diagonal Slideshow with JavaScript & CSS

A slideshow with a “diagonal” look and three visible slides. A decorative background element expands to fullscreen when opening the content preview.The animations are powered by TweenMax.

Splitting : JavaScript microlibrary to Split an element by Words & Characters

Splitting : JavaScript microlibrary to Split an element by Words & Characters

Splitting is a JavaScript microlibrary to split an element by words, characters, children and more, populated with CSS variables!

Most Splitting methods utilize a series of <span>s populated with CSS variables and data attributes unlocking transitions and animations that were previously not feasible with CSS.