The demo created gives the effect of new photos being taken, which is a great idea for photographers. However there are many other uses, as it was first created for an online store where product images are shown on the home screen so that that potential customers were instantly able to see what the site had for sale.
The plugin is made to be easy to use, and fully integrates with jQuery. So to initialize the plugin, you would just do $(“#my-image-wrapper”).photofy();
<div id="facesPhotoWrapper"> <img src="https://blog.tremaynechrist.co.uk/Downloads/Faces/1.jpg" /> <img src="https://blog.tremaynechrist.co.uk/Downloads/Faces/2.jpg" /> <img src="https://blog.tremaynechrist.co.uk/Downloads/Faces/3.jpg" /> <img src="https://blog.tremaynechrist.co.uk/Downloads/Faces/4.jpg" /> <img src="https://blog.tremaynechrist.co.uk/Downloads/Faces/5.jpg" /> <!-- etc --> </div>
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