The effect is based on the change of the background image that fades into cubes. Simultaneously, the replacement of the basic information provided by the text. There are four slide. The number of slides you can reduce or enlarge. Slide Transition will take place at the interval.
The effect is realized with the use of property, copyright code based on jQuery. Flash is not used. Thus, at the time of loading the page already has text that can be indexed by search crawlers. Immediately thereafter, loaded modules and other text images that change as slides take their place on the page. Hidden text content completely excluded. An example of the effect can be found at the context (ARTICLE) promotion http://linkeo.su. Developed specifically for webmasters - both those who want to promote the site, and those who seek to make money on the placement of publications on their sites.
Now the fun part. The beauty of this effect is that the fade slide can cover the entire width of the page, regardless of the width of the display. In addition, each background image weighs about 100 KB (you can use any image) and has a Compulsory 1320h550. Missing edges filled with colored "divas", which correspond to the edges of the color of the background image. Text information on the main page linkeo.su imposed from above, only the background fades. This proposed transition effect is radically different from conventional solutions based on the change of the finished image with the "sewn" in the image (non-indexable) text.
The image itself whole, it does not break into pieces that are downloaded separately. In fact it is the sprite, which is loaded with one image, and fills necessary diva as a background. All code in less than 4 KB and also involves pressing buttons slides to quickly jump to the desired slide (with the automatic interval canceled).
The customer receives two files with the code (index.js code animations and slides-texto.php with other texts), the home page, CSS-file and the necessary images. The effect is sold "as is", is entirely the author, the original decision and is not transferable to third parties for any whatsoever purpose.