View the Live Preview to see what fig is capable of.
All styles and animations can be combined to create a unique experience for your image galleries.
Use the fig configurator to quickly generate fig HTML snippets ready to be copy and pasted to your website.
The package contains the original source files so if you’re a webdeveloper you can tweak the library to your own liking.
Plug & Play and no dependencies on other libraries.
- 7 load animations. Animate a photo in to view in six different ways, pick from zooming in or out, fading, or rotating in various directions.
- 8 hover animations. Bring a certain area of the photo in to focus on hover or move the photo around when the user interacts with it.
- 9 caption animations. Slide, fade or push the caption into view from various directions.
- 6 text animations. Animate the caption text into view via fading, sliding, stacking or apply the zebra animation.
- 4 caption fill effects. 3 blur levels and a dreamy soft setting.
- 2 caption colors. bright and dark.
- 3 frame border widths.
- 2 border colors. bright and dark.
- 5 caption positions. Above, below, top, bottom or cover.
- 3 font family setups.
- 3 preset font sizes.
Fig offers a lot of options, to make things manageable, it comes with a configuration tool so you can generate your own fig galleries with ease.
If you have any questions before or after you purchased fig, please don’t hesitate to contact me, I am happy to assist.
- Touch friendly.
- HTML5 or HTML4 setup.
- Links can be put in or around the element, making the entire picture clickable.
- Delayed image loading, images will load and animate when the scroll into view.
- Sequence grouping and loading, group images together to animate their load animations in sequence.
- fig.css (30Kb, 3Kb gzipped)
- fig.js (7Kb, 3Kb gzipped)
- iOS 6+
- IE9 (no animations)
- IE8 (no animations, not responsive, static captions)
Expected to work on Android 4.0+ as well but for now untested, if you have any doubts check the Live Preview to be sure before buying.
Currently Fig has not been tested with WordPress. I see no reason why it should not work. For your convenience I’ve added some WordPress plugin references below.
You should be able to link the fig files using this plugin: CSS and JS links
The plugin below should allow you to add Fig HTML to your articles. Raw HTML
The photos used in the Live Preview are copyrighted under creative commons license Attribution 2.0 Generic.