A smooth 3D tilt javascript library forked from Tilt.js (jQuery version)


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Also available on npm:

npm install vanilla-tilt

How to use

Easy way

<div class="your-element" data-tilt></div>

<!-- at the end of the body -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="vanilla-tilt.js"></script>

More options

<div class="your-element" data-tilt data-tilt-max="50" data-tilt-speed="400" data-tilt-perspective="500"></div>

All options with defaults

    reverse:                false,  // reverse the tilt direction
    max:                    35,     // max tilt rotation (degrees)
    perspective:            1000,   // Transform perspective, the lower the more extreme the tilt gets.
    scale:                  1,      // 2 = 200%, 1.5 = 150%, etc..
    speed:                  300,    // Speed of the enter/exit transition
    transition:             true,   // Set a transition on enter/exit.
    axis:                   null,   // What axis should be disabled. Can be X or Y.
    reset:                  true    // If the tilt effect has to be reset on exit.
    easing:                 "cubic-bezier(.03,.98,.52,.99)",    // Easing on enter/exit.
    glare:                  false   // if it should have a "glare" effect
    "max-glare":            1,      // the maximum "glare" opacity (1 = 100%, 0.5 = 50%)
    "glare-prerender":      false,  // false = VanillaTilt creates the glare elements for you, otherwise
                                    // you need to add .js-tilt-glare>.js-tilt-glare-inner by yourself
    "mouse-event-element":  null    // css-selector or link to HTML-element what will be listen mouse events

JS Way

<div class="your-element"></div>

<script type="text/javascript" src="vanilla-tilt.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
	VanillaTilt.init(document.querySelector(".your-element"), {
		max: 25,
		speed: 400

The most basic usage:

  1. Add
    <script src="vanilla-tilt.js"></script>
    right before the closing
  2. Mark your elements with
    <div data-tilt></div>

Creating a parallax effect

  1. Add
    transform-style: preserve-3d
    to your tilt element.
  2. Add a
    transform: translateZ(20px)
    to your inner elements that have to pop out.

Glare effect

Setting this option will enable a glare effect. You can tweak the glare value with


<div data-tilt data-tilt-glare data-tilt-max-glare="0.8"></div>

Reverse tilt

Setting this option will reverse the tilt.

<div data-tilt data-tilt-reverse="true"></div>

Keep floating

Setting this option will not reset the tilt element when the user mouse leaves the element.

<div data-tilt data-tilt-reset="false"></div>

Scale on hover

Setting this option will scale tilt element on hover.

<div data-tilt data-tilt-scale="1.1"></div>

Disable X axis

Setting this option will disable the X-Axis on the tilt element.

<div data-tilt data-tilt-axis="y"></div>

Disable Y axis

Setting this option will disable the Y-Axis on the tilt element.

<div data-tilt data-tilt-axis="x"></div>

Destroy method

Call this method will remove all events and classes from the tilt element.

let destroyBox = document.querySelector("#destroy-box");

document.querySelector("#destroy-button").addEventListener("click", function () {

document.querySelector("#enable-button").addEventListener("click", function () {

Tilt change event

The tilt change event wil output the x,y & percentages of tilting.

let eventBox = document.querySelector("#box-event");
let outputContainer = document.querySelector(".output");

eventBox.addEventListener("tiltChange", function (event) {
	let li = document.createElement("li");
	li.textContent = JSON.stringify(event.detail);
	outputContainer.insertBefore(li, outputContainer.firstChild);

    jQuery Version

    vanilla-tilt.js is a fork of the original tilt.js jQuery version by Gijs Rogé.