Fresh and Hot: 12 jQuery Image Gallery Tutorials

You can be a great photographer, or you can put some definitely wonderful illustrations on your website, but there is one remark. All this stuff would mean nothing, if it’s not framed suitably. The presentation of the pics is not less important than the content itself, moreover the perception of the illustration strongly depends on the way it’s showed. Maybe, that’s why web design still exists and prospers.

How to make your image gallery look attractive? Well, it’s quite easy to do with the help of modern web technology. I believe the best one is jQuery. So, developing the theme of today post, I have something for you. I searched through the web and found the fresh 12 jQuery image gallery tutorials. All of them are the latest tuts, for you to keep the current trends. Enjoy your learning.

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Horizontal Portfolio Layout with CSS3 Animations & jQuery

The gallery is simply navigated by scrolling. Once you click the element, you’ll see more detailed info about it.

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Photoset Grid

This tut will teach you to how to create wonderful photos grid.I must mention it’s most probably created to represent hipster photos.

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MediaSlide

This is a complex slider, which can be customized to look in different styles.

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S Gallery

If you need the gallery that consorts with the requirement of mobile web, this one is mandatory to be checked.

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jQuery Picasa Gallery

This gallery is very useful, because it would automatically display pics from your public Picasa albums. You just need to take photos or download the pic – and they will appear on your website.

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Least.js

The gallery looks like a grid. Once you click the item, the large version of the illustration is sliding out from the top.

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Mosaic Flow

This grid gallery was inspired by Pinterest style. Be aware that it’s fully responsive.

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Web Photo Gallery

This is a detailed tutorial teaching how to make a simple image gallery. It’s aimed both for Windows and Mac systems.

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Shuffle

Shuffle is a great responsive grid gallery, which would help you to categorize and filter you items.

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HeapShot

This one is quite original, it looks like a stack of photos. The front photo goes behind after clicking.

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CollagePlus

This gallery’s first aim is to arrange illustration according the screen size.

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Relocator

Relocator is similar to the previous gallery and gives an opportunity to gather images without any need of size resizing.

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Some of the listed tuts concerns only the look of the galleries, the others helps to integrate with popular image services, however there is one thing that unites them: all of them would assist in building beautiful and original gallery.

Please comment if you have something to say.

About the author:

Art Rivera: Deeply interested in everything connected with Internet, I sincerely suppose the web is the only future reality for the humanity through its inevitable involving into every part of human life. I’m not a great fan of cyberpunk concept, but the world is keeping that certain direction of total connectedness. And of course there should be someone, who can write the history, who would describe and analyze and enter in the record all notable changes and tendencies on the web. Hello, it’s me.

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