Create Tilt Shift Photo Effect Using jQuery [How To]

You must have heard of Tilt Shift Photography, and now we can add tilt shift effects to the photos using jQuery Plugin created by @noeltock, which uses CSS3 too. The Plugin is named tiltshift.js by the developer, and for those who are currently running photography blogs or even personal blogs, this simple yet effective jQuery Plugin is worth trying out.

Create Tilt Shift Photo Effect Using jQuery

Who don’t love cool photos, and it can also be helpful for bloggers who showcase compilations of wallpapers, photographs etc. I already tried this script and it works finely, infact it creates Tilt Shift Photos seeing which you will definitely say a WOW!

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jQuery Lazy Load Images on Scroll without Plugin : Top WordPress Tip

Not only lazy loading of images in webpages helps in age’s performance, but also help in Search Engine Optimization as observed. You can use jQuery and even Mootools for lazy loading images. The images will only show up when you will scroll to them.

This jQuery tip reduces a lot of external requests while loading the page, ultimately helps your WordPress blog load faster. While using this trick, you should also use Cache Technique for simplifying the page loading.

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5 Cool jQuery Demos and Examples

jQuery Code is among the most popular and widely used script. From WordPress to Joomla, and other CMS use jQuery now to make Front End Professional. We have gathered up Demos and Examples of jQuery based creations. Almost every blog designer use jQuery, as it helps in increasing User Engagements and your visitors like it.

5 Cool jQuery Demos and Examples

You will see how jQuery helps in making complex things simple, and a I think, jQuery saves clicks as well as time. If we take example, lets say if you visited a blog homepage and then want to contact the admin of that blog for something, then you need to click the contact page link and then it will open the page. If we use jQuery, you can just display the contact form right into the same window without loading another page. I love jQuery for this thing.

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