A small set of magnetic buttons with some fun hover animations.The main idea of these buttons is that they are magnetic and follow the mouse pointer. Along with that, there’s lots of room to play with some interesting hover animations. A very nice thing to explore is the motion of an additional element like a shadow or another line. The parallax effect created by moving the button’s elements differently, gives a nice twist to the animation.
Best jQuery CSS2 / CSS3.0 Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
A simple CSS-only marquee effect for a menu based on Francesco Zagami’s Dribbble shot.It has a really nice marquee animation when hovering a menu item (you have to wait a couple of seconds to see the menu).
MoreToggles css is a pure CSS library that provides you with a variety of nice-looking toggles.
In this tutorial, we will show how to create a section that reveals its content when the previous element scrolls away.
A simple recreation of the background scale hover effect seen on the DDD Hotel website using CSS clip-path.The idea is to scale down the background image and “fitting” it to a clip shape which contains the same background image. The shape is visible because the opacity of the background is a bit lower.
ChatPro – All in One Chat on Any Social Plateform jQuery Plugin is an a modern responsive chat plugin build with HTMl, JS & CSS3.
- Chat support plugin that provides a quick and easy way to interact with your clients.
- JS, HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap used to design hosting chat widget.
- All the codes are clean and well organized, You are able to easily edit/change/customize any style.
- These chat plugins are provided with 10 uniq designs, 8 color combination.
In this tutorial, we will take a look at how to create a stacking cards effect, using the CSS sticky position and the Intersection Observer API.
Learn how to code up an interesting design with a cutout image look using CSS Grid and clip-path.
A set of brutalist effects for mouse-following image trails that show a random series of images with tweenmax and css.The idea is to follow the mouse and show a trail of random images. It’s a kind of brutalist effect and there are various possibilities when it comes to showing and hiding the images. So we compiled a set of demos that explores different animations.