Learn How to Enhance Your Backgrounds with jQuery!

Posted in: jQuery Tutorials |

Whether you use jQuery or not, you should know why it’s so popular with web designers and web masters. There are a lot of reasons for this and one of them is that jQuery enables you to create stunning backgrounds for your and your customer’s websites.

Below you’ll find 10 tutorials that highlight the power of jQuery. Each tutorial is unique and very informative but all of them have a common aim – to teach you how to create outstanding backgrounds. Note: all tutorials come with demo links so you could see what you can get if you follow the guidelines provided in the tutorials.

1. Animated background image with jQuery

animated background image


The tutorial introduces a simple way of creating a website layout that will come with an animated background. When you are done you’ll get a feeling that your website is flying in the sky.



25+ Tutorials on How to Build Navigation Menus with jQuery

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Below is a list of tutorials that teach how to use jQuery when building different navigation menus, but before you start exploring the tutorials, why don’t you learn what jQuery is about.

jQuery is a lightweight JavaScript library that makes it quicker and easier to build JavaScript web pages and web application. It helps web designers and web developers add dynamic content to their sites. With jQuery they can work faster and bring the usability to the highest level. If you’d like to learn more about this tool, please visit jQuery.com.

And now feel free to check the tutorials. Note: each tutorial featured below comes with a live demo and clear guidelines.

1.Sproing! – Make An Elastic Thumbnail Menu

elastic thumbnail menu

The tutorial provides tips on how to create an original navigation menu that would work in the following way: the menu item would grow when you hover the cursor over it.

2. CSS Dock Menu

CSS Dock Menu

It’s more a tool than a tutorial, but it allows you to have a stunning navigation menu that every Mac fan would like.


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