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  • Max


    Hello all.

    Please let me know what you think about my website and it’s effects

    The page transitions are based on my own unique technology called AnimateHtml. Such effects can be applied to any html/css based websites. But first I wanted to start with my favorite WordPress.

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  • btechnol


    AMAZING! Love the look, graphics, and especially the transitions. I like it, simple and easy to use. Two thumbs WAY up!!



    Hello all.

    After starting that project I faced a problem that people did not want to pay monthly fee for using page transitions. I was charging the clients monthly because my server did some work to make page transitions.

    So, I started to work on stand alone version of page transitions. Finally I have it done. First of all I want to test it on something small to see if there are any problems or bugs. That’s why I’ve created this project (each template with page transitions can be tested directly on facebook)

    If it runs well and there are no problems – I’ll create stand alone wordpress plugin and animated wordpress themes.

    Please let me know your thoughts.


    Cool effects…but it sure slows the page speed down significantly. Using Google Page Speed Add-on for Firefox, a couple of your pages were below 70 out of 100, one was 75/100.

    I’ve been spending countless hours trying to decrease my page load times. Page speed is one of the criteria Google uses for rankings. My page speeds are in the high 80’s to low 90’s.

    Is this something you will address? I think it would get tiresome waiting for these transitions to render after a few page changes.

    Good luck!



    Hi Nick.

    Fortunately users should not afraid their Google ranking will fall down because of the page load speed.

    When user adds page transitions original website files are not affected much. A new standalone file is added which loads website pages into itself and adds effects. So your website pages have the same size and load time. Btw, page transitions are off for search engines and mobile devices.

    Also page transitions can be added only for some sections of the website. Users prefer to have “featured section” with page transitions to attract visitors attention. The rest website sections load in regular way, so visitors are not tired of waiting.

    Love it

    I’d have to check speeds across the board but as mentalist3D said- it’s something that will be used as an everyday feature once broadband speeds are consistently high.

    Thats quite cool, I don’t know if I would have it on every page on a site though, it would really depend on any speed issues, and it might annoy visitors once the novelty factor wore out.

    Where I do see it excelling, is if you could use on specific pages such as a featured page, etc. basically a page that you want to stand out from the rest.

    Could you make a plugin that just lets the next page slide in from the right of screen?

    Great idea… but speed issues will probably make me avoid this. I’m on high speed and sat for a good 7-8 seconds. Not good for quick visitors just wanting contact info. Very cool depending on the audience though

    How do we get this plugin?



    Working on the plugin at the moment. Will try to publish it as soon as I can

    Good stuff. Will it be a one off cost?

    Its Awesome….!!! As most of the comments here – able to make it transit faster?

    wow very nice, it is great. is it really your own unique technology?



    yes, I did by myself. And there are no alternative technologies like mine

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