A slider made in CSS and jQuery that makes its own background fade in order to make the central area stand out. It is responsive and focuses on images, although you can easily add text if necessary.

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ScrollDir is a JavaScript library that allows you showing or hiding sticky elements based on scroll direction, it also allows tracking events on scroll direction, changing the direction attribute when scrolled significantly, as well as ignoring small scroll movements.

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Styletron is a universal CSS-in-JS engine built from the ground up for high-performance.


  • Dynamic generation of inlineable critical stylesheets with minimum possible size and parse times
  • Native media query and pseudo selector support for full critical CSS without JavaScript
  • Hyper-granular memoization to avoid making unnecessary modifications to stylesheet

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Tilt.js is a tiny requestAnimationFrame powered 60+fps lightweight parallax tilt effect for jQuery.

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multi.js is a user-friendly replacement for select boxes with the multiple attribute. It is mobile-friendly, easy to use, and provides search functionality. multi.js is also easy to customize and style with CSS.

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dirrty is a lightweight jquery plugin you can use to detect if the fields of a form had been modified.
If a field has been modified then we say the form is dirty. With this plugin you can:

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TimelineJS 3 is a rewrite of the popular Timeline JS software. Please be clear that this is software which “does” the same thing, but it isn’t the same software, so some details will vary.

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Particler is a pure javascript plugin which creates a canvas-particles based on your image. You can easy set up behavior of particles and make awesome stuff.

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A material header with really simple click effects made with CSS and JavaScript. It displays the menu that expands twice when you click on it. It can be used on any website without affecting the page load.

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In this tutorial I'll explain the entire process of how to do it with CSS only, without using a single line of JavaScript. So, we will be seeing some CSS (and SCSS) tricks that will allow us to achieve an animation almost as smooth as the animated gif.

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