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Create A Page Peel Effect With CSS & jQuery

You have probably seen these forms of advertisings where you can peel a corner of the website and see a message underneath. It seems most are flash driven, but here is the same page peel effect using jQuery & CSS. Page Peel effects can be very useful as they create new areas which are mostly used for banners on websites. In general, they are created with the help of Flash but Soh Tanaka is featuring a very nice tutorial on creating a page peel effect with jQuery & CSS.

Page Peel Effect

The logic of the effect is simple & smart. It is created by animating the size & position of a peel image which is originally positioned over the content to be shown. To see a demo for this nice tutorial, click here.

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