There are few things that are more exciting than tutorials and tricks for web development! The new technology and techniques enhance Internet capabilities and the overall experience for website visitors. In my work with various businesses and the development of their websites, jQuery is being used more than ever to add a dynamic flare to websites.
If you are looking to spice up your jQuery technique portfolio, check out these tutorials:
Slideshows are a quick and easy way to demand attention on website home pages. Having an arsenal of different techniques will help you create unique, stand-out websites.
I”m not sure what the appeal is, but I”ve always been a fan of horizontal layouts – and this one is great. This probably won”t be the top used technique, but it is a great tutorial to have for when you need an out of the ordinary website layout.
This tutorial adds an extra kick to the average slideshow by adding audio.
Countdowns can build anticipation and serve as a placeholder for future projects. This is a simple, clean timer, but it does the job nicely.
So this isn”t solely a jQuery tutorial, but adding a little CSS3 really sets this hover effect apart.
This tutorial puts a unique spin on the horizontal layout and will provide you with a unique way to visually depict company history, portfolio, life events, and so many other possibilities!
So I cheated again by adding CSS3 to the mix, but this tutorial is too good not to include. This isn”t your average homepage content slider. They dynamic movement of all the various parts of the content will immediately capture the attention of website visitors.
Web design/development teams are utilizing 404 error pages as a new creative outlet. Here is a tutorial for an animated take on the trend.
This tutorial will help you create a simple, but unique way to display images through a slideshow.
This tutorial breaks down how to create a unique element. Check out thedemo to get the full effect!
This tutorial is really several all in one. The huge number of available options make this tutorial a must read.
This is a very simple, straight forward image slider. A basic element that should be in every designers portfolio.
This tutorial will help you add a creative twist to a photography portfolio.
If you”re looking for creative inspiration, you”ll find it in this tutorial. Be warned though, your expectations for image slideshows will forever be heightened.
Include all the information you want to without using up all of your space. This accordion style menu will prove useful in more than one situation.
This is a fun effect to add a before and after look into your photography portfolio.
A rotating background can help keep your homepage fresh and captivating.
One of the biggest trends today is vintage. Anything (or idea) that was from before the turn of the millennium is coveted. Polaroid pictures happen to be a loved vintage concept. This tutorial will help you keep the idea, but bring it up to speed with today”s technology.
If you have begun adding mobile websites into your portfolio, this tutorial is a must! Easily (and effectively) create a menu that displays well on mobile phones. This tutorial not only solves the issue of bad navigation, but it gives several solutions.
Sometimes images are all you need to communicate. If you are looking to captivate visitors with stunning photographs or illustrations, this is the tutorial for you.