Image Effect CK adds some nice effects to your images. You can control which effect to show by adding a css class to any image of your website. The caption is automatically created from the title tag of the image.
On any image into your website you can add the effect you want. You can choose to have different effects in the same page.
- Applies to any image in the page
- You can add the effect you want to each image
- Responsive behavior
- Animated caption that is automatically generated from the title tag of the image
- No HTML knowledge required, just add the CSS class on the image
- Possibility to add a link on the image
Using Image Effect CK you don't have to wrap your image with some HTML tag or add any additional code, just set the CSS class and the title on your image and that's all !
How to use it (without the params plugin)
The only thing you have to do is to add the CSS class on your image. You can use your editor is it has the ability to set a class, or edit the source code to add the class manually to the image tag. The caption is automatically created from the title tag of the image. Example of image source code :
<img src="/images/yourimage.jpg" class="effectck-lily" title="My title::A little description" />
See the demo for the list of available classes and efects.
Note that you can set a title and desciption using the separator "::" into the title tag.
Comment l'utiliser (with the params plugin)
You can download the plugin Image Effect CK Params to help you to manage your effects. This will be an addon to the main Image Effect CK plugin with the following features :
- Add a button to your editor which opens a new window to manage your effect
- Get the selected image and apply it the selected effect immediately
- Allows you to add a title into the effect to your image
- Allows you to add a descripion into the effect to your image
- Direct rendering preview into the interface
Retrocompatility with the class "fadeck" (that was in the version 1 of the plugin)
Retrocompatility with the class "edafck" (that was in the version 1 of the plugin)
Retrocompatility with the class "puffck" (that was in the version 1 of the plugin)