Javascript Page Turn Effect

Posted on 2012-08-30
Last Modified: 2012-09-13
I want to use a page turn effect on my site.  However, my research has led me to a confused dead end.  I don't want to use Flash.  Also, I don't want to stack up div's and move from one div to another.  I want to have a content div on every page of my site and when I navigate to another page, there is a page turning effect.

Can anyone push me in the correct direction?
Question by:rgranlund
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    You might be able to use the old meta transitions.  See:

    However they are non-standard;  not supported in all browsers; and those kind of effects may look good to the user once or twice, but after seeing it a couple of times they are just an irritation.

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    You have very good jquery ( a javascript framework)  plugins
    NO FLASH pure html css and javascript

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