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ZooMove | jQuery Zoom Image

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It's a plugin developed with jQuery, that allows to dynamically zoom images with mouseover, and view details with mouse move.

Table of Contents

Install

Get with npm

$ npm install zoomove --save

bower

$ bower install zoomove --save

yarn

$ yarn install zoomove

Or CDN (by cdnjs)

<!-- CSS -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/zoomove/1.2.1/zoomove.min.css">

<!-- JavaScript -->
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/zoomove/1.2.1/zoomove.min.js"></script>

If you prefer you can just download a ZIP file.

Setup

First, include the script located on the dist folder.

<!-- ZooMove CSS minified -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="dist/zoomove.min.css">

<!-- jQuery CDN JS minified (must) -->
<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.1.4.min.js"></script>

<!-- ZooMove JS minified -->
<script src="dist/zoomove.min.js"></script>

Now need to prepare our(s) image(s) and show to the ZooMove.

<!-- Item image -->
<figure class="zoo-item" data-zoo-image="img/example.jpg"></figure>

<!-- Starting the ZooMove -->
<script>
   $('.zoo-item').ZooMove();
</script>

Ready, prepared environment, now is hour of our plugin take action and prepare all remaining process.
Now says it is not easy?! ;)

How to Use

Property Default Description
data-zoo-image - The url of the photo to be displayed.
data-zoo-scale 1.5 (150%) Sets the zoom size that should be applied to the image.
data-zoo-move true Choose whether the image should move with the mouse move.
data-zoo-over false With 'over' it is possible to define whether the image may be above.
data-zoo-cursor false Define the cursor pointer or default.
<!-- HTML Element -->
<figure
  class="zoo-item"
  data-zoo-image="[value]"
  data-zoo-scale="[value]"
  data-zoo-move="[value]"
  data-zoo-over="[value]"
  data-zoo-cursor="[value]"
  >
</figure>
<!-- JavaScript -->
<script>
   $('.zoo-item').ZooMove({
       image: '[value]',
       scale: '[value]',
       move: '[value]',
       over: '[value]',
       cursor: '[value]'
   });
</script>
<!-- Thus it is applied universally -->

Examples

Images by lorempixel.

GIFs <3

Image 1

Default

<figure class="zoo-item" data-zoo-image="img/example.jpg"></figure>

Image 2

Scale value 3 (300%)

<figure class="zoo-item" data-zoo-image="img/example.jpg" data-zoo-scale="3"></figure>

Image 3

Over true and Move false

<figure class="zoo-item" data-zoo-image="img/example.jpg" data-zoo-over="true" data-zoo-move="false"></figure>

Browser Support

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Contributing

Find on our roadmap the next steps of the project ;)
Help improve these docs. Open an issue or submit a pull request.

  1. Navigate to the main page of the repository
  2. Fork it!
  3. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  4. Commit your changes: git commit -m 'Add some feature'
  5. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  6. Submit a pull request =D

History

See Releases for detailed changelog.

License

MIT License Β© Emerson Thompson