Can someone help me with this thanks :)

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  1. EmailMaster

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    Hi,

    Im looking to get some help, im trying to replicate this effect on my website http://www.templatemonster.com/demo/38234.html

    When you click the about page or any page really the page flies in onto the page. I was wondering if anyone had any idea how to do it or a tutorial how to do it. Also i think its done in JQuery.

    Thanks
     
  2. SEOSIOS

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    Codecanyon full page slider look it up
     
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    yeah that is really cool. thanks for making me aware
     
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    It's partial postback done in jQuery. The page fetches the content by ajax and uses jquery to animate it. They also have easing plugin enabled, so you see it pretty smooth...
     
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  5. ndks~

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    The site is static.. No AJAX going on :) If you browse the source code, you will notice that each page is actually a list item, with the content predefined. It's best practice to use AJAX if you have a lot of content, but if you've only got a small amount of text / images like the demo it probably adds an unnecessary loading time - as it has to make a HTTP request to the server every time you try to fetch data.
     
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    Have a look at Jquery Supersized!!! its free and does exactly what you are looking for.