jQuery Parallax: In action

A lot of the traffic I get to this blog is related to the jQuery Parallax script I wrote quite some time ago. Looking at the code now, I don’t think I’d change too much about it, perhaps use .on('mousemouse', ...) instead of .mousemove(), but mostly it seems to serve it’s function quite well. Since the only real functions being called are .mousemove() and .css() it should still be working with the latest versions of jQuery and unless they decide to majorly change the API, it should continue to work too!

Since my example was on a fairly empty page, I thought I’d link to a couple of sites that are using it in the real world:

If you’re using the script and think your sites is a good example of utilising the parallax effect, please leave me a message!

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