I ran across this today about a new jQuery plugin called pageSlide.
From the Google Code page:
jquery-pageslide is a plugin for jQuery that slides the viewable webpage off-screen, revealing and populating a secondary interaction pane. It may be used in a similar manner to Lightbox, where screen real estate and centralization of the user experience are a concern.
What happens is this: In a typical web page you have a header, a content area split into main content and a side bar, and finally a footer. You create an anchor tag for pageslide and when a person clicks on the link, a sidebar appears from the side. It litteraly slides onto the screen.
Here’s what the code looks like:
<!– Start jQuery pageSlide code –>
<!– end jQuery pageSlide code –>
And then, here’s the html:
It doesn’t get much simpler then that does it? Are you ready to start implementing it into one of your sites? Click here to get started.