CSS typography experiment and browser inconsistencies
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Masonry is a layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid. The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.
This project lives on GitHub at github.com/desandro/masonry, where you can follow progress and download all these demos and documentation, and grab the latest version of the script.
This is a strong, cross browser fade in slideshow script that incorporates some of your most requested features all rolled into one. Each instance of a fade in slideshow on the page is completely independent of the other, with support for different features selectively enabled for each slideshow.
- Fade in effect that has the current image fading over the previous one.
- Automatic slideshow.
- Slideshow can be set to stop rotating after N cycles.
- Each slide can be optionally hyperlinked.
- Each slide can have an optional description associated with it.
- Descriptions can either be set to show on demand (when the mouse rolls over the slide), or be always visible until explicitly dismissed.
- Persistence of last viewed slide supported, so when the user reloads the page, the slideshow resumes from the last slide.
- Slideshow automatically pauses onMouseover.
More info available in this link : http://gopi.coolpage.biz/demo/2009/10/02/superb-slideshow/
Live demo : http://gopi.coolpage.biz/demo/2009/10/02/superb-slideshow/
SlidePress is a WordPress plugin that allows you to publish slideshows (using SlideShowPro Standalone) in blog posts and pages. Works with WordPress Media Library content, Media RSS feeds, and our asset management and publishing system SlideShowPro Director.
This plugin will add SexyLightBox to all the images in your blog, as long as they’re linking to the image file, it’s not necessary to add “rel=lightbox” anywhere, the plugin does it for you.
Yet another Colorbox plugin for WordPress.
When adding an image to a post or page, usually a thumbnail is inserted and linked to the image in original size. All images in posts and pages are displayed in a layer when the tumbnail is clicked. Images are grouped as galleries when linked in the same blog post or page.
Images can be excluded by giving them a special CSS class.