Posts Tagged ‘Responsive’

Allofthelights.js is a jQuery plugin that can change the opacity of the whole webpage but leave the video player.

This is for helping the user to easily focus on the video and there is built-in support for YouTube, Vimeo,  DailyMotion.. and custom players can be added too.


It works with multiple players on the same page and supports responsive layouts/players with no issues.

The animation speed, background color and opacity can all be customized an callback functions exist.

mightySlider is a premium jQuery plugin that provides everything you need to build an awesome slider.

The plugin can be used for simple-to-advanced scenarios like a slideshow, gallery, content-rotator, carousel, video gallery and more.


It adapts well to responsive layouts (down-to-mobile) and works in all major browsers including mobile (there is touch support).

mightySlider is SEO-friendly with a semantic markup and deep-linking which makes each slide bookmarkable as well.

Any type of content can be displayed, vertically or horizontally, and it can even pull content from 500px, Flickr and Instagram.

mightySlider - Video

With the help of a powerful API (and detailed docs), mightySlider‘s functionality can be completely customized. Also, a slider generator exists for performing this customization easily.

When it comes to browsing through the slides, there are all the options on the table: prev-next, bullet-navigation, keyboard and touch.

Some other features of the plugin are auto-play, native fullscreen mode, smart lazy loading and the ability to use multiple instances on the same page.

mightySlider Carousel

GPU-accelerated CSS3 transitions are used and it is optimized for a smooth experience with max performance.

The slider is priced $12 and it is definitely worth what it offers in exchange.

There are always new ideas and approaches for anything related to web development and the same goes for responsive layouts.

ResponsiveComments is a client-side solution for conditional loading in responsive web design.


It uses the data attributes for defining the breakpoints and the HTML comments for hiding the content to be displayed on a defined screen-size.

The approach comes with pros and cons where the biggest advantage is “being a quick solution, easier JavaScript manipulation” and the major disadvantage is the HTML-bloat.

Slippry is a jQuery image gallery plugin for that has modern features.

First of all, it uses HTML5-CSS3 markup and works well with responsive layouts (optional).

It can be styled with Sass or CSS and has multiple transition options including Ken Burns effect.

Slippry - jQuery Gallery

The slider can be set to auto-slide, display captions and has both prev-next + bullet navigation controls.

There are also callbacks for major events and multiple examples + a detailed documentation is provided.

We used to see lots of CSS frameworks for website layouts but it is hard to find one for e-mails.

Ink, by Zurb, fills that gap by simplifying the creation of HTML e-mails that look the same on all major e-mail clients.

The framework includes the styles for a table-based grid, buttons, panels, retina images and more.

E-mail CSS Framework

Once the e-mail is ready, you can use the web-based Inliner tool to get all styles inline.

And, to get started quickly, take a look at the ready-to-use e-mail templates of Ink.