For creating image parallax effects inspired by spotify.com
Simple, lightweight Parallax Engine that reacts to the orientation of a smart device
Turns a selected element into a ‘window’, or viewport, and all its children into absolutely positioned layers that can be seen through the viewport.
Allows you to move in horizontal with a parallax effect while scrolling down.
Want to add a little magic to your scroll interactions? ScrollMagic is the go to scroll effect plugin. It essentially allows you to turn your scrollbar into a playback scrubber on an animation and do some pinning/syncing/parallax effects and powerful animations with GreenSock (https://greensock.com/docs/#/HTML5/).
Like with anything this powerful, there is a bit of a learning curve, but its well worth learning.
This plugin is an evolution of Super Scrollorama by John Polacek: (http://johnpolacek.github.io/sup…).
Parallax scrolling library for mobile (Android + iOS) and desktop.
A slide presentation plugin with a built in parallax (Potentially NSFW)
Adds a fullscreen starfield, generated in canvas, controlled by css to any div.
Slider Revolution is an innovative, responsive jQuery slider plugin that displays content in the most beautiful way. Whether it’s a slider, carousel, hero scene or even an entire front page, you will be telling your stories in no time.
The slider is one of the most-used in the market because it works great and is fully responsive. It’s also optimized for Apple and Android devices. It also works with any type of content, including photos, video and social media streams.
Not sure how to use a slider? This package comes with 35 ready-to-use examples and is super flexible. Here are just a few of the features that come with this slider:
- Hero, carousel and classic layouts
- Unlimited sliders per page
- Date-based publishing
- Links and actions on slides
- Parallax effects and customizations
- Social media integration
- Bulk upload capability
- Custom animation creation
- Unlimited number of layers available
- Multiple navigation options
- Touch enabled
- Auto-hide and delay features
- Keyboard navigation
- Plenty of “fancy” skins
- Ability to auto-play (or not)
- And so much more
You can get Slider Revolution from the Envato Market for $14 and it includes future updates.
Create divided multi-scrolling pages with two vertical scrolling layouts using multiScroll. The end result is a trendy multi-scrolling effect that works in the idea of parallax movements.
And it’s easy to use. You only have to add a few lines of code to your markup to make this multi-column scroll tool work.
Options included with this plugin include orientation and alignment, scrolling speed and color. You can also select different anchor points, easing, looping, padding, keyboard/mouse/touch sensitivity and menu options.
This plugin is designed to work in pretty much any environment — desktop, tablet or mobile — and works on modern browsers including some older ones such as Internet Explorer 8 and Opera 12. It works with and without CSS3 support.
There are a few sites using this plugin so you can see it in action (see the documentation for details) and the developer is open to working with you on customizations for a fee, if there is something more you want this tool to do specifically for your site. (Changes and other suggestions for improvement are also welcomed.)
Users love to use the mouse wheel for scrolling functionality and Horwheel takes control of that feature with the ability to scroll horizontally. (This can be a great features for websites using some parallax scrolling techniques or other non-traditional navigation.)
The plugin is rather simple and easy to install and use. You need to require Horwheel and define a wrapper, then exclude the plugin function with the wrapper parameter in your code. You can use it with or without components, based on your preferred workflow.
The Horwheel plugin works with plenty of different browsers including Chrome for Windows and Mac, Firefox for Windows and Mac, Opera for Windows and Mac, Safari for Windows and Mac and Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9.
Do users need to create PDFs on your website? jsPDF is a client-side solution for generating PDFs with ease. (Having PDFs available on your website makes downloads and printing that much easier for users.) The PDF tool is perfect for websites that allow users to download event tickets or information, reports, certificates, maps and more.
Plus, this plugin is easy to use. Simply include the jsPDF library in the head tag, generate a PDF using the built-in functions, then connect a button to trigger the download.
jsPDF works with pretty much everything, including IE 6+, Firefox 3+, Chrome, Safari 3+ and Opera. This plug does, though, need to be running though a web server.
The plugin comes ready to go with examples of how to turn all of the following into great looking PDFs — images, font faces, HTML rendering, circles, font sizes, landscape view, lines, rectangles, string splitting, text colors, triangles and more. Each example renders perfectly so you won’t have to worry about how your documents will look when users make the conversions.
And if you run into any issues with jsPDF, the developers over at Parallax are more than willing to walk you through it. Just send them a tweet to start a conversation.