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Simple javascript slider

Simple Javascript Slider

In this tutorial, we have to see about simple Javascript slider/carousel. In dribbble, I have seen different types of animation for the slider which animated using SVG, motion graphics and so on. So I am trying to make a different animation for the slider. At first, I need basic animation for the slider here is the demo. In future, I’ll post different kinds of the slider will be updated. Let’s see the simple Javascript slider.

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Parallel scrolling

Parallel Scrolling

In this tutorial, we have to see about parallel scrolling using javascript. What is parallel scrolling and where I used? For my prototyping tool, need this requirement of the parallel scrolling in timeline section. In the timeline, the section has two subsections left panel, right panel. the left panel has a list of elements with CSS properties, the right panel contains duration, easing, delay for each CSS property. If left panel scrolled, then need to scroll right panel automatically and vice-versa. Let see the simple script used in parallel scrolling.

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Collision detection using javascript

Collision Detection Using Javascript

car illustration from


Hi… ? The simple fun exercise for collision detection with javascript.  In most of the game apps like car game, if car hits(collision) on the wall or any another car then you lose the game and need to play again. Now we’re going to see how to find if two elements are hits or not. Let’s see how it’s working.

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Scroll timeline using javascript

Scroll Me progress for content javascript (1)

Hi 🙂 Today in this tutorial, We’ll discuss a timeline for scroll content using javascript. In most blogs like HubSpot, Cricinfo shows how long reader need to scroll scrolled within the page by which they can identify the content height and how long need to read.(To know how long the content is and how long readers read). Let see how to create a timeline for scroll content with javascript. Read more…

Detecting Adblocker with Javascript

adblocker detector

Now-a-days most of the readers installed adblocker plugin which blocks annoying ads in the browser. But from the publisher’s point of view adblocker is killing the revenue of the website. Most of the publisher share their content for free of cost and gets revenue from displaying ads to pay for hosting, domain, emails, writers and other services. Let see how to detect adblocker with javascript. Read more…

Say no to jquery for tooltip

Tooltip – A common Graphical User Interface(GUI) element. This tooltip is a helper text that will appear when the user hovers a mouse pointer above HTML element, without clicking it. A tooltip contains information about an item.

You may have created many tooltips using jquery. But now in this demo, we are going to discuss an alternative way to create a tooltip using HTML and CSS.

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Notification list animation using CSS3


The List contains a number of connected items consecutively, typically one below the other.

In this tutorial, We are going to explain about adding of animation while notification. Also discussed different types of animation according to various positions like sidebar list and notification list. At this moment you may ask, “Why animation is required for notifications?”. To answer your question, if you are planning to implement lists in your websites in positions like navigation list or sidebar list, by animation we can improve user interaction for a webpage. So that user will notice what is happening on a page if some actions are done. This will increase the user attention to convey from where the list is getting arrived.

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