May 27, 2019


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SR-Transition is a jQuery based script that allows smooth transitions from one page to another within a website using the basic options of a circle-shaped or fade-out mask. The objective behind the creation of this script was to achieve exceptional transition animation with ease of use and implementation.

  • Supports submitting forms – Through the options, you can specify the selectors for the send buttons. In this way, the transitions are managed by mail.
  • Two transitions available – You have the option to choose between a circular mask transition or a simple fade effect. The fade effect is more a neutral transition that can be used with any theme or style.
  • Custom CSS classes – Do you want or need a unique css property added to the view wrapper? Use the options available to add your custom class.
  • Unique Safari Mobile Support – Apple loves to set its own trends. On mobile Safari, when a user is scrolling down, you will notice that the Back and Forward buttons tend to disappear. This creates a problem when viewing your content using the height: 100% and overflow: auto. Then the script detects when using Safari on a mobile device to include special treatment.


  • This script requires a virtual server / server including the dependencies listed below.


  • jQuery – jQuery is a quick, small and feature-rich JavaScript library. It makes the operations of crossing and manipulating HTML documents, event management, animation and Ajax with an easy-to-use API that works on a multitude of browsers much simpler.
  • HistoryJS – History.js gracefully supports the HTML5 History / Status API (pushState, replaceState, onPopState) in all browsers.
  • JQuery color – JQuery plugin for color manipulation and animation support.

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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