5 Best jQuery Masonry Tutorials

jQuery Masonry is of the best JavaScript library to make your layout style and website elements more flexible. jQuery Masonry is perfect for responsive grid-based layout to arrange and sort each element of website just like a mason fitting stones in a wall. In this post, you will find 5 of the best jQuery Mansory tutorials that you can use to learn how to implement this jQuery plugin into your layout or website template.

Media Boxes Portfolio

Media Boxes Portfolio

Media Boxes Portfolio is a  jQuery masonry plugin that allows you to display all kind of content in a highly powerful grid. Use it for blog posts, display media, clients, portfolios, shopping carts, galleries and all you can imagine. it comes with a powerful filter, sorting and search system.

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1. Responsive jQuery Masonry Layout Tutorial

Author : Osvaldas Valutis

Tutorial Description: Read and learn a tutorial about how to create a responsive Pinterest style layout using jQuery mansory plugin in your site.

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2. jQuery Masonry Tutorial for Beginner

Author : creativebloq

Tutorial Description: A jQuery Masonry measures all of the items you’re serving and rearranges them in the best way with what is spatially available. If you’re new to jQuery Masonry you should read this article.

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3. Easy Ways to Pull Off a Masonry Layout

Author : designshack

Tutorial Description: In this jQuery Masonry tutorial you will learn a techniques that are currently prevalent in masonry style layouts. We’ll learn three different methods for pulling off a masonry layout.

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4. jQuery Masonry in WordPress image galleries

Author : Will Rees

Tutorial Description: A jQuery Masonry tutorial for youur native WordPress image galleries. jQuery Masonry is included in WordPress, use it for image galleries.

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5. Create a Fluid Layout using jQuery Masonry

Author : Maurizio

Tutorial Description: An example of fluid layout using jQuery Masonry for a blog/portfolio. I like it because dynamically it can be a 3 columns layout for big screens (desktop), 2 columns layout for middle size screens (tablets) and a single column layout for small size screens (smartphone).

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Let us know if you have any suggetion to another great jQuery mansory tutorial we’ve missed in this post, just share in the comments section below.

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