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Project Summary

A jQuery plugin to build a website on the infinite canvas.

Started as a jQuery port of impress.js and utilizes the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers.


Good news! We accept pull requests and are looking for more contributors! ;)

Take a look at the contribute section of the docs for more information on how you can contribute. Thanks!


jmpress.js attempts to use CSS3 transform and transition as its engine and then falls back to jQuery.animate(). Here is the current browser support list:

Chrome/Chromium: YES
Safari: YES
Firefox: YES
Opera: YES
iPad: YES
iPhone/iPod: NO
Android: NO


Copyright 2012
Kyle Robinson Young & Tobias Koppers
Released under a MIT license.


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