There have been a distinct lack of updates recently on FerretArmy.com – chock it up to having to do a lot of work-induced overtime over the past few months. Either way, in order to usher in some fresher content, I’ve updated my Image Overlay plugin to version 1.3. Changes are that you no longer need to specify image width and height, as well as being able to specify different animation speeds for the ‘in’ and ‘out’ animations. Hope you enjoy!
I’ve updated my image overlay plugin yet again, to version 1.2. Again, it was a fairly minor enhancement – I added the ability to turn off the animation via an option. The translucent image overlay effect is popping up all over the web nowadays, and I want to make sure that my plugin implementation offers as much as any other technique to achieve the overlay effect.
A quick note – I’ve updated my jQuery Image Overlay Plugin to version 1.1. This version adds support for pinning the overlay so it is always viewable (not just when you mouse over the image). There were no other changes, so you should be able to upgrade without worry.
I’ve created my first jQuery plugin this week – it’s an image overlay plugin (the static pic above doesn’t do the plugin justice, so click through to see it in action).
If you end up using this plugin, drop a line in the comments with a link so we can check out your work. Hope you enjoy!