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create a fade in, fade out effect on images,divs and text using simple jquery.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to create an image slideshow with an interesting fade-in effect for IE users (IE5.5+ to be exact). It relies on IE's multimedia filters, a quick and easy way to add interesting visual effects to content on your page.
We are going to cover how to properly change the source of a single image using jQuery. We will also learn how to fade the image out prior to swapping the source, and fade the image back in after the new source has been fully downloaded.
jQuery has some really simple built in features for "fading in" and "fading out" different page elements. I thought we could exploit some of those functions for a really simple Spoiler Revealer.
It is a simple thumbnail gallery with a fade in fade out effect
Learn how to fade one image in to another using jQuery.
The effect is pretty simple, its basically two images on top of each other positioned using CSS. When a user places there mouse over the image jQuery fades the top image out revealing the colored image underneath. The same effect can be pulled off with HTML5 but i believe there is a lot more coding involved, its a subject i may touch on in the future.
This is a robust, cross browser fade in slideshow script that incorporates some of your most requested features. They are the ability to display multiple slideshows on the same page, optional linking and link targeting for certain images, and the ability to randomize the display order of the images. You can also set the slideshow to pause when the mouse moves over it.
One of the most beautiful things about jQuery is the speed at which you can create very nice effects, effects that normally would have taken a bunch of time creating multiple image states or going all-out with Adobe Flash and creating rollover after rollover, are now easier than ever with jQuery! We're going to be using a couple lines of jQuery code to create a simple rollover effect on a series of thumbnails. The jQuery will always target the images within that page so no matter how many more are added they will automatically get the rollover effect!
I recently redesigned my business site, Monzilla Media. The new design features a clean and simple single-page, fixed-sidebar layout. Visitors use the various links in the fixed sidebar to quickly and automatically scroll through to any section. In the Portfolio section, each item contains a “Details” link that loads more content into the fixed sidebar. As the site is mostly static, I wanted this bit of functionality to really shine, and after much testing and tweaking, ended up with a cross-browser slide & fade technique for loading content via Ajax and jQuery.