I needed a powerful software for splitting images and I have found out that these two systems are the best:
(this site has 32*32 splitting limitation…)
TileMage Image Splitter is a freeware program designed to offer a simple solution for those who seek to slice a single image into a given number of columns and rows.
TileMage Image Splitter:
- Can process multiple image files in a single run (Batch Mode) [NEW]
- Can generate a HTML <table> with the new tiles
- Offers a simple and easy-to-use GUI (Graphic User Interface)
- Offers the AutoMatch feature in order to hide column and row numbers that aren’t fully compatible with the loaded source image
- Allows entirely customizable output file naming patterns
- Allows loading and saving image files of seven different image formats
jqDock is a jQuery plugin that transforms images into a Mac-like Dock menu, with icons that expand on rollover!
The plugin works with images, or images within anchors, and has a number of configuration options which provide :
- Horizontal or vertical alignment
- Image expansion out from an edge or a mid-point
- Positioned labels
- Different small and large images
- Menu fade-in
- Size and sensitivity adjustment
- Initial expansion and instant ‘freezing’
- Inactivity timeouts and ‘wake up’ calls
jQuery Burn is a plugin which adds a flame-like effect to text using multiple text-shadows, animated by repeatedly changing their horizontal offsets.
Web type is exploding all over the web but CSS currently doesn’t offer complete down-to-the-letter control. So we created a jQuery plugin to give you that control.
Textualizer currently has the following effects:
random. You can choose which effect to use by setting the
Today we are creating a neon glow text effect with CSS and jQuery. The first step to achieving this effect, is to create a background image, which contains two slightly different versions of the text. jQuery fades between those two versions creating a smooth transition effect…