Scenic – is a simple script that automatically animates layers of still imagery during scrolling for creating an illusion of 3D. It pans and zooms a photo to achieve a parallax effect.
You can also use any html elements as layers like ‘div’ with text or buttons.
For creating 3D photos you will need to break your photo into layers. You can do it easily in editors like Adobe Photoshop. When you purchase our script you also get a video tutorial about creating layers in Photoshop.
yall.js is a featured-packed lazy loading script for
<iframe> elements. It works in all modern browsers including IE11. It uses Intersection Observer where available, but falls back to
orientationchange events where necessary. It can also monitor the DOM for changes using Mutation Observer to lazy load image elements that have been appended to the DOM after initial page render, which may be desirable for single page applications. It can also (optionally) optimize use of browser idle time using
requestIdleCallback. To optimize decoding of
<img> lazy loading for simple
srcset use cases, yall.js uses
Image.decode where available to decode images asynchronously before adding them to the DOM.
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.