Top Worthwhile Tutorials of the Week – #4
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CSS3 allows for multiple background images on one element. To do this, you can separate backgrounds by commas. This is a quick tip from css3.info, nice tutorial.
Creating the same style as the button in Mac OS for the buttons with CSS3. This is an advance CSS3 tutorial works on Sprites technique. Nice looking, right?
This is really a funny tutorial working with jQuery, CSS3 and PHP. We will use jQuery and CSS3 enable the drag and drop function, also with rotation for the images. Finally, PHP will merge all the layers into one and generate the image from it.
This is a wonderful tutorial show you how to create a smoke brush for Photoshop. This is a complete sets from photography: setting up your camera, lighting …. to Photoshop: turning your photo to a brush.
Using jQuery UI to create a pattern morphing effect. You will only need the UI Core and the Slider Widget. You will be able to adjust every single bit of the color, transparency, pattern and even the animation itself. This tutorial is helpful for creating a color picking with slider.
“In this tutorial we are using jQuery and the new transformation features brought by CSS3 to create a three dimensional dynamic slider effect. The techniques presented here â€“ for creating sliders, and CSS dynamic resizable bars, can be used together or in part for powering all sorts of jQuery goodness.”
Another newest helpful tutorial from TutorialZine: Sponsor Flip Wall With jQuery & CSS
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a realistic hover effect (actually, it should be called realistic shadow or reflection effect for an object). At the first look, I quite surprised with the effect, but after giving a deep look into the code, there are just few lines of jQuery. It’s very impressed.
The idea comes from a screensaver, the author tried to implement it on web with help of Jquery and CSS. This is an animation in which colored bubbles appear on random positions, grow in size and then fade out. This effect really looks so cool.
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