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How to Build a YouTube Video Website Background

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YouTube Video Background Website

Big video backgrounds are a recent, and popular, web design trend. Browser-sized videos have brought about a new era of web design in a creative way. If implemented well, video backgrounds add dramatic effect to a site, making it more attractive and engaging to visitors. Aside from the message, one cool thing about video backgrounds […]



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This Tumblr celebrates the art in the background of our favorite movies

It’s awful easy to forget just how much work goes into making a film — especially if you don’t stick around for the credits. But one professional photographer named Martin Cole is shining light on at least one overlooked role with his Tumblr “Art in Film.” The blog displays an impressive collection of film scenes that include some sort of visual art in the background — be it a Picasso or something manufactured just for the movie. Just think about it: most of the pieces of art are on screen for less than a second, yet each one had to be carefully selected or commissioned from scratch. It’s all a day’s work for under-praised production designers. Check out Cole’s Tumblr here.

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Creating Video Background – HTML CSS Tutorial + Youtube Embed

The video tutorial teaches to use video as HTML content backgrounds and demonstrates how to use Youtube videos as the video background to loop under your page content. You will see that it is simple to layer or stack HTML elements and apply CSS settings to make video play directly under HTML content.
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How to Enable Background Size in Internet Explorer [Quicktip]

The new features that come with CSS3 won’t be applicable in Internet Explorer 8-6, and yet we can ignore this disadvantage as The effect will degrade nicely. For example, browsers without the support for CSS3 Box Shadow won’t see the shadow, but this is fine so long as the content remains readable.

However, one of the few things that you can’t ignore is when you apply CSS3 Background Size. We are able to control the size of background images added through CSS using the newbackground-size property. We can specify the width and the height in precise units and also let the background follow the container size using cover and contain values.

The cover value fills the entire area of its container and the width and height are proportionally adjusted. The contain value, will push the background to fit in the width of the container. This will sometimes result in a void when the container height is longer than the image.

1. Using CSS3 Background Size

Do note that the new background-size property cannot be included within the background shorthand property, background. They must be declared separately, like so.

 .container { background: url('img/image.jpg'); background-size: cover; } 

In the code snippet shown above, we attached an image with a width of around 3000px. The background-size that we have also added therein will prevent the background image from overflowing the content. As we mentioned above, the cover value will cover the entire container up proportionally.

This is what you will see in the browser.

Photo by Rafael Chiti

2. CSS3 Background Size in Internet Explorer

Unfortunately, this feature does not fallback nicely in Internet Explrorer 8 and below. If you attach a very large image, it may overflow the container. On the other hand, if you attach a very small image, you will end up with a void within the container. From the same example above, you will get the following result in Internet Explorer 8-6.

On that account, we need a polyfill that can somehow replicate CSS3 Background Size in Internet Explorer.

3. CSS3 Background Size Polyfill

This polyfill is developed by Louis-Rémi. This polyfill replicates the same behaviour of background-size property with cover and contain values. This polyfill comes in the form of an HTC file named backgroundsize.htc, and an .htaccess file, which is required when the page is served from Apache server to send the .htc mime-type.

To use it, include the HTC file through the Internet Explorer behavior property, as follows.

 .background-size { width: 500px; height: 320px; background-image: url('img/image.jpg'); background-size: cover; -ms-behavior: url('http://example.com/js/backgroundsize.htc'); } 

Then, if you are using Apache server, place the .htaccess in the root folder of server or, simply add this line to the existing .htacces file, if available.

 AddType text/x-component .htc 

And that’s it. You can now view the page in Internet Explorer. Assuming that you set the background-size with cover as shown above, you should find that the background image is now resized and will fit in proportionally within the container; see the following demo in Internet Explorer 8-6 to see it in action.





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Background Textures – How to Pick the Right One for Your Design

Texture is gone beyond any trends and this is an integral part of website design on the whole. The technique of using textures can add personality and special thrill to the theme, as well as make it glamorous, fashionable, emotional and whatever you need it to be. Textures lead the users’ eye to the most vital key elements of the site and this is more than just good in web design field.

Background Textures – How to Pick the Right One for Your Design

The textures are loved and used by the designers of any experience level and design style. Textures are so widespread on the Web due to a multitude of reasons. These are the attention grabbing and the call-to-action highlighting, website atmosphere building, and giving a tone to the entire page.

Together with being multi-purpose, textures come in many types and kinds. The texture may be used on the background, or for a certain page component, as the menu bar, buttons etc. Each of the texture styles has its proper application, especially it concerns to the background design. You can’t use a romantic floral design for a pub website, and it is impossible to implement a dirty grungy texture on the lovely wedding theme (it is actually possible, but ridiculous!). In this post, we will take an in-depth look on the background texture as a term, its kinds and uses in web design. Thereby, you will be absolutely sure which background pattern to use for your personal project after you read the whole article.

What is Texture?

Texture is a design element that turns a 2D piece into a 3D one, i.e. makes it look more real. Texture as a design tool brings a correct tone to the site, which is a key principle in making impression on users. Taking into account many factors, like screen size or resolution, it is quite difficult to implement textures in web design. Still, it is worthy using.

What are Texture Kinds?

Texture is a result of imagination and creativity. Whatever you see in the world around you can make a texture in web design: water, sky, rock, flower, leaves, wood, sand. Abstract textures make a separate class of textures, as they are limited by no barriers. Material textures are: plastic, paper, glass, metal, leather, tiles.

Which Texture is the Best for You?

We have mentioned a great number of texture styles/designs or whatever you call it. This variety influences on your choice directly, as you have what to pick from. It is a big challenge to choose the needed texture design, because all of them have exclusive meanings and symbolism, as well as they are applied to absolutely different designs.

I would like to start with one texture, and then little by little proceed to the others. Thereby, we will create a complete picture of all textures that can fall into your eye.

Wood Texture

Wood texture is the most frequently-used on the web. It is a kind of universal design technique, though it transforms a website into a bit rural styled design and makes the theme looking more real. The color of wood texture matters a lot, while a dark one is more solid and restrained, a light texture is gentle, calm and cozy.

You can use wood texture on your site if you deal with logging industry, restaurant business, you are an architect or landscape designer. Agriculture related websites are perfect for this texture, too.

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Water Texture

Water is a symbol of life, motion, renewal, reflection. Water is a good source of design inspiration, and water textures are of diverse kinds: bubbles, ripples, splashes. Pacific water texture can be used for a calming effect on the website of any style and purpose. Though, the best uses of water textures are: water parks, aquarium and swimming pool sites, sports related websites, photo portfolios, and all designs done in an eco-friendly manner.

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Sky Texture

Sky texture can be positive or negative and this depends on the color a lot. Blue heaven is a great texture to convey warm emotions, while rainy clouds on a website background make it more depressing. The light textures with airy clouds are good to implement on the religious sites, theme blogs, while gloomy sky textures are cool graphic elements for a video gaming website.

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Sand Texture

Sand textures make us feel like on the beach. Isn’t it great to open a website and find oneself on the palm beach? This kind of texture is perfect for travel agencies’ websites and hotels’ webpages. Still, sand textures can be different, and while desert sand one is really joyful, a plain grainy texture is well-suitable for a business project or industrial company. Agribusiness online themes are perfect to house a sand background texture, as sand is essential in agriculture.

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Rock Texture

Rock, stone and pebble textures are natural pieces from the world around us. These variations of web design elements can add a bit of rigidity and impudence to the site. You should be cautious about these textures then not to harm your site. Rock texture is not appropriate for a bank website or a financial corporation, though a gentle stone texture can be used for a corporate site depending on its specialty. Plus, industrial themes are perfect to realize this background design style. Creative landscape photographers or exterior designers can make use of this texture kind as well. So, if you feel that your site fit the eco web design style, you can implement stone texture on it safely.

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Flower Texture

This is the most romantic, expressive and warm texture ever. Flower texture, depending on colors and style, can decorate almost any type of the website. Though, I have seen photo portfolios with flower prints very often, plus the wedding sites, event agencies’ pages may be designed with floral background, too. If you are developing a family album or a newborn webpage, you should pay attention to flower textures for sure. Nevertheless, florists should use flower textures with care, because portfolio of flower compositions can blend with the background. I would better recommend floral agencies to use image backgrounds – this is the way to decorate the theme and to promote the works.

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Abstract Texture

Abstract art is understood differently by every individual, and this feature boosts the value of abstract textures in web design. You can manipulate your audience with the abstract design element easily and you can turn your project into the inspiring piece of art that many who would like to see. One more benefit of this texture style is universal application, which means you can use it with no matter what you site is about: business, fashion, beauty, food or entertainment.

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Paper Texture

What do you think paper textures are used for? Mostly, they add retro look to the site. It is easy to achieve this vintage effect if to utilize an old paper texture, a grungy or a crumpled one. This kind of design will fit, I think, antique stores quite well. And what about notebook textures? Probably they are effective on book authors’ sites or on school/college online projects.

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Glass Texture

Frosted glass – isn’t it mysterious and magnetising? Yes, it is. So why not to implement a high-quality frosted glass texture on your creative web design related to art or music? Glass textures come in a variety of designs, like broken glass, shattered glass, multicolored glass, smashed glass. All these variations can make a website fresh-looking, non-standard, transparent, and thought-provoking.

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Metal Texture

Inspiration is everywhere and even in rusted metal, which can be a gorgeous website background. Metallic textures are definitely good for iron and welding industries, but what are more original applications of this style? A steampunk look is something quite popular on the web, and websites of rock music stars are great to realize this. Tattoo salons – these are creative platforms for metallic designs. Bikers can have catchy designs with metal textures on the background. These are club websites, cafe/pub themes, etc.

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Leather Texture

Leather texture is bold, rude and fashionable. It intensifies the beauty of the theme making it more prominent and eye-popping. Leather style design is traditionally good for leather product manufacturers (bags, wallets, coats, etc). Some more outstanding uses are portfolio themes. For example, what do you think about modeling portfolio done on a leather background? I find it very expressive, convincing and effective, so far as the main aim of the model’s webpage is to grab attention? This texture style will make you a star.

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Plastic Texture

An industrial website is no longer a modest design on a white background. It can have a creative design thanks to a right texture – plastic one is worthy trying. It can be a neutral, varicolored, neat or shabby plastic. It would be a kind of innovation if you do this for you web project.

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Sponge Texture

Do you remember SpongeBob? This cartoon character absorbed our attention and got our love once and forever. I don’t know whether this funny yellow guy gave a start for sponge textures in web design or not, but they are rather popular and much in use. Sponge textures are marvelous for their rainbow colors – you can get any color sponge texture for your theme and make it attention grabbing at once. And remember, that it is not a kitchen sponge producer to use this texture on his website only, every creative person can beautify his webpage within this creative idea: an art director of a club or a film producer, a teacher in a child development center, etc.

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How have you found these textures? Have you picked something for you? I hope yes. In this post, I gave you hints and now everything depends on how imaginative your mind is. My aim was not to persuade you that just one of these textures is suitable for you, but I wanted to display the variety of textures in web design and how differently they can be used on website designs. It would be a pleasure for me to observe you great online works based on texture use. Please don’t doubt to share them with me in the Comments field.

But before you get down to work, take a look at this small collection of texture website designs that I have gathered here for you:

Sauna Website Design with Wood Texture

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Paper Textured Website for Film Director

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Fine Art Website Design with Sky Texture

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Grain Waves Website with Varicolored Fabric Textures

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Jarritos Website with Pain Wall Texture

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Italio Kitchen Website with Wood Textured Background

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The Quilters Cafe Site with Brown Cloth Texture

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Spice Shop Website with Creative Wood Shelf Texture

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Uinta Brewing Website with Map Texture on the Background

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Stone Textured Artifact Coffee Website

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30 Amazing Websites with Big Background Photos

One approach to creating a website that will make a strong visual impact is to use a large or full-screen background photo. Many sites that have taken this approach feature a simple of minimalist…

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Image vs. Video Background in Web Design

Do you follow the latest web design trends? Are you even abreast of what is going on in web design fashion? Personally I am interested in web design sphere and frequently read tons of articles related to the topic that is why I know a lot what people are writing and thinking about. I have read an imposing number of articles, where authors persisted on video-based websites to be the best options this year.

Image vs. Video Background in Web Design

Love it or hate, accept it or not, web designers will definitely keep on using blown up full width and height videos to create, as they think, cool websites. But I would prefer to make a research and analyze why are videos supposed to be better than images? Just to mention, image backgrounds were really trendy during last years.

This article is going to clear up the difference between image and video website background, so there will two parts considering these both trends.

At first, we will define the pros and cons of video background.

Pros and Cons of Video Background

Pros of Video Background

  • Video is definitely good to use, when it adds your personal style to the website. Video has a power to express your personality and brand identity; it is the way to implement a good promotion campaign or something that will turn users to buy your product. In this term, video background is working.

    I have found two bright examples how creative agencies show users their workflow and how they actually do what they do. I invite you to have a look at them:

    Brand & interactive Design Team WAAAC

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Brand & interactive Design Team WAAAC

    Advertising Agency Paradowski

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Brand & interactive Design Team WAAAC

  • We should also admit that videos fill websites with dynamism and movement. It is a nice feature to provide users with immersive visual experience. While static pictures can either provoke users to think or not, video will surely do a fantastic job in making a website interactive.

    NYC Investment Firm Bienville Capital Management

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - NYC Investment Firm Bienville Capital Management

  • Video-based website designs draw users in immediately. They rouse the interest and inspire for deeper site exploration. Video is what can persuade visitors in that this particular website is good and modern, so it is worthy to stay and discover more about it.

  • Movie industry is for sure the leading one, where video-based websites are perfect to use. This feature allows producers/directors to promote the movie in the best possible way. Using background as a home for trailer is what contemporary cinephiles will like with no doubts. People interested in movie news and upcoming pictures, surf the Web carefully and look for information/trailers/actors on official movie websites.

    Life According to Sam Movie

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Life According to Sam Movie

    Jack The Giant Slayer Movie

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Jack The Giant Slayer Movie

  • Videographer’s portfolio website is the venue, where I would marvel at a video web design with pleasure. If creating videos is what you do and make profit in, you can’t ignore this coming web design trend – it is for you! Show your work, your style, your creativity with a fully video-based site! Here are some examples for you to enjoy and inspire:

    The Music Bed

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - The Music Bed

    Production House Profilm Portfolio Site

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Production House Profilm Portfolio Site

    Before we will discuss a few drawbacks that video background designs have, enjoy this showcase of worthy websites with video-based designs I have picked for you:

    Industrial Website of the Company that Builds Rail

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Industrial Website of the Company that Builds Rail

    Coffee and Tea BrandPromotional Website

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Coffee and Tea BrandPromotional Website

    Tyoulip Sisters Leather Handbags

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Tyoulip Sisters Leather Handbags

    LeigensPiscines

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - LeigensPiscines
    Good website with different videos for all pages.

    Laquadra Brand Movies

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Laquadra Brand Movies
    Awesome website with many full-screen videos.

    Names Not Numbers

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Names Not Numbers
    Provoking website that gives you 60 seconds to make a decision.

    Eagle Adventure Tours

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Eagle Adventure Tours
    Website that demonstrates speed and can’t be designed in other way.

Cons of Video Background

  • You should always remember that website should be fast-to-open, uncluttered and quick enough to keep users browsing it. That is why the video size should be taken into consideration. The more high-quality video is, the heavier it is, and the slower loading speed is. It is quite difficult to keep the balance between visual appeal and site loading, so it may be a problem for many who. In my opinion, sometimes it is better to use a cool image background than a low-quality video just to line with the trend.

    Passion for Sochi

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Passion for Sochi
    You can doze a little while the website is loading.

  • Full-screen video can easily make the content dull, but I am sure site owners have what to tell their customers besides of videos. When one decides to add full-screen video to his/her design, there are many preparations to be done: typography size and color, content alignment and arrangement. If you can’t realize these things perfectly, just don’t spoil your design with unnecessary videos.

Let’s summarize the first part of this article. Video background is both good and bad, and it depends on a particular situation whether it worth using or not. To have a full picture in mind, let’s proceed to the second part of this article, where we are going to discuss the pros and cons of using full-screen images as website background.

Pros and Cons of Using Full-Screen Images as Website Background

Pros of Using Full-Screen Images as Website Background

  • Background, let it be a monochrome colored one, a texture or pattern, or in our case image, serves for the aesthetic function primarily. The image, if used properly, adds style and personality to the site. Thus, it can be anything that makes sense to the website topic and aim. It is a good tone to use a static image background on any website type.

    MeCre Mechanical Creatures

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - MeCre Mechanical Creatures

    Day Dream Designs Creative Agency

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Day Dream Designs Creative Agency

    Farmerhaus Restaurant Website

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Farmerhaus Restaurant Website

    Colette Malouf Online Shop

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Colette Malouf Online Shop

  • Image website background is a good promotion for business. It is easy to make a good use of background space and put there a promotional picture. We should admit that in many cases, video website background would look ridiculous, unprofessional and inappropriate – just imagine a reputable bank website with a funny video-based design, I really doubt if this would engage tons of serious-intended clients.

    University of San Diego – School of Business Administration

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - University of San Diego - School of Business Administration

    Prestigious Italian Furnishing CompanyGiellesse

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Prestigious Italian Furnishing CompanyGiellesse

    Florist’s Website

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Florist's Website

    Cars Website

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Cars Website

  • Another good reason to have an image background instead of a video one is in gaining popularity. I mean, it is great for politicians, actors, photographers or anyone, who wants users to know them in face, to put an own browser-sized picture on the website layout. A video of you put on the background, I suppose, would be too much.

    GDC Company Website

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - GDC Company Website
    Employees of the company are portrayed on the background images.

    Electronic Music ArtistHenry Saiz

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Electronic Music ArtistHenry Saiz

  • Blurred image backgrounds are in trend, as well as video-based sites. So if you want your website background to be static yet fashionable, use an image with a blurred effect. It will decorate the site look, plus pay more attention on the content instead of distracting users from it.

    Charles-Axel Pauwels Design Portfolio

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Charles-Axel Pauwels Design Portfolio

    Software Engineering Website

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Software Engineering Website

  • Photographers like to design their portfolio websites with actually portfolio works. Thereby, background is a perfect showroom for your most-loved or the best image you have. Within this simple action, it is real to persuade potential clients to hire you. Moreover, static image background may be replaced by a gallery with many pictures.

    Sam Docker’s Portfolio Site

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Sam Docker’s Portfolio Site

    Photography Portfolio Website Design

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Photography Portfolio Website Design

Cons of Using Full-Screen Images as Website Background

  • The disadvantages of using image background are here to come. I am sorry to disappoint you, but this design technique have a few drawbacks as well. Photographic background can harm your website, if used not properly, i.e. image is of a low quality, far from the topic of the site, etc. The website can acquire an unprofessional and unattractive look though.

  • An image can distract users from the content. In a case it is more vivid, than the text (probably because of typography), you should forget about selling your product or services. Background is not the point of focus of a website design, it a decorative element with the most elementary functions, so it is wrong to pay too much attention on it.

    Chicago Shirts

    Image vs. Video Background in Web Design - Chicago Shirts
    Some pages of this site are a bit messy because of too varicolored image background.

The comparison we have made doesn’t persuade me that video background is better than image. The difference is obvious just when the professionalism of web design is different. It is really not a big deal whether your website has a cool video background or a stunning image-based design, but important is the aim you want to gain within this design. I can’t disagree, that movie websites are better when created with a wide use of videos, because it is the specific of this industry to attract and entertain people with dynamism.

Nevertheless, business websites or web design portfolios won’t lose if are developed as static themes that feature a proper color balance, nice typography, neat design, structured content pages and appropriate image background design.

It is your creativity that will help you to come up with something new and unique, but not the trends that are followed blindly by many people.

I hope this article threw light on some questions you have had and would serve you as a helpful hint on creating your own trendy design.

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Input Dominant Color From Image To Background With AdaptiveBackgrounds.js

When showcasing something on the Web, some developers often find a hard time deciding which backgrounds is most suitable for use. A good combination of the background with the right content can affect the user experience substantially. For some designers, they prefer to use some of the dominant colors inside the content itself – AdaptiveBackgrounds.js can do that for you automatically.

AdaptiveBackgrounds.js is a free jQuery plugin that helps you easily adapt the most dominating color in your content as part of the background. It was built on top of RGBaster, made by the same developer.

Basically, it’s a plugin to extract the color palette of an image to get to the dominant color. The first time the page loads, the plugin will extract the color from the image. The extracted color is then applied to the image parent. You can see how it works in this gif.


(Image Source: AdaptiveBackgrounds.js)

Getting Started

AdaptiveBackgrounds.js requires jQuery library to work. Although it’s built on top of RGBaster, you don’t need to include it anymore. You can get the plugin file from its GitHub page.

Then include all the required files to your project like so:

 <script type="text/javascript" src='js/jquery.js'></script> <script type="text/javascript" src='js/jquery.adaptive-backgrounds.js'></script> 

Adapt Dominant Color

We’re going to try this tool out, and use it to extract the dominant color from this image Double Arch photograph by Kartik Ramanathan, then apply it to the parent element.

In order for the dominant color to be applied into an element, you should put the image as the child of it. Inside the img tag, give the data-adaptive-background attribute, like so, so that the script can get the color:

 <div class='wrapper'> <img id="img" src="images/double-arch.jpg" data-adaptive-background='1'> </div> 

If you directly put the img on the body, then all of the body will be applied with the dominant color.

Next, call the plugin by adding this little javascript code:

 <script type="text/javascript"> $  (document).ready(function(){ $  .adaptiveBackground.run() }); </script> 

And so we’ve got the dominant color applied to the image.

For more examples and additional settings, you can visit the AdaptiveBackgrounds.js documentation page.

Final Thought

With AdaptiveBackgrounds.js, you will get only a static color. You might want to try give your background a little more color for an attention-grabbing result. If you do, check out the AdaptiveBackgrounds.js demo page for more ideas.





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20 Fresh & Free Vector (AI, EPS Files) Background

In this collection, we are showcasing 20 fresh and wonderful free vector backgrounds for you that you can download and use for free of cost. This collection will help you in your next projects of website designing. As we all know very well that nowadays vector backgrounds are used quite extensively in websites, in print designs as well as wallpapers and etc.
You can also download these vector backgrounds in EPS or AI format; and can easily modify these vector backgrounds to fulfill your needs. Do have a look at these vector backgrounds and do not forget to share your comments with us. We hope that you will like this collection. Enjoy!

Abstract Background

Beautiful Floral Vector Background

Geometric Colorful Abstract Background Vector

City Skyscape

Abstract Background Vector

Watercolor Floral Background Vector Illustration

Abstract hi-tech background

Abstract Background Vector

Free Abstract Vector Background

Floral blue vector background

Colorful Abstract Vector Background

Abstract Dotted Vector Background

Abstract Background Circles

Emerald Diamond Pattern Vector

Glowing Grid Vector

Colorful Retro Background Vector

Square Seamless Pattern

Blue Background

Abstract Vector Background

Triangular Speech Bubble


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