Avoid the frustration that can be brought on by having to change pages every time you want to see the next picture. This tutorial shows you how to make a looped, scrolling gallery of pictures.
Web experts believe that having your menus drop down from the top will give them more user attention. Here’s a simple way to make a graceful drop down menu,
Interactive pictures can be a great way to get the user to interact with your website. Here’s how to make a picture that performs when you scroll your mouse across it.
Making a menu that changes colors when scrolled over by the mouse cursor is a handy trick to learn. For a simple and highly functional color fading menu, take a look at this tutorial.
Want to make use of the increasingly popular tabbed interface but don’t want it to envelop your entire website? Try this tabbed information box that can fit neatly into a corner of your site.
Here’s a unique image gallery you can use to showcase your work.
Having a pop-up window on your website is one of the best ways to make sure that visitors notice the ads. Here’s how to make a unique and streamlined modal window.
There’s nothing better to a photographer than adding captions to his photos to help describe the action. And having a photo slideshow with integrated captions is nothing short of photographer’s paradise.
Keyboard navigation will help make your site even more accessible and user friendly. Use this tutorial to learn how to create a keypress navigation option.
The sliding door effect is a unique way to reveal your website’s content from a display of thumbnails. Slide in any direction with this tutorial.
Here are a few more sliding animations that you can use with pictures, captions, or even information boxes to help keep the user entertained and quickly informed.
For the artsy demographic, here’s a way to animate your scroll over color changing menus to a different random color every time instead of the same boring shade.
Use this tutorial to learn how to create a menu that fades to a paler version of its original color when you hover the mouse over it. This is a great way to distinguish between menu options while not veering away from your favorite color scheme.
Animate an image to morph from a mere shadow of itself to fully alive and vibrant real deal. This tutorial includes a bit of Photoshop tweaking that must be done to your image but it is highly worth the clever effect.
And, last of all, here’s a fun flip wall that you can use to feature your website’s sponsors with emphasis and attention that is both detailed and compact.