The jQuery developer community has always been one of the most generous and hardworking group of people on the web.
As most of the community been constantly churning out amazingly useful and completely free tools to share with anyone and everyone who wants to use them. So for today’s post I’ve search high and low to gather 10 fresh & awesome jQuery plugins that will help you refresh your projects up or even create new projects.
A powerful slider for selecting value ranges, supporting dates and more.
Incorporating jQuery effectively and modestly in your website build is a daily process for many of us, as it is a great way to enhance and take the user experience to another level.
As the jQuery community is fantastic and developers are consistently releasing new and of the highest quality jQuery plugins. Today’s post we will be looking at a another great roundup of 18 latest and useful jQuery Plugins.
ImageFlip is a simple and lightweight Image Gallery plugin for JQuery Mobile. It creates a new hash page on display allowing the back button to function instinctively. The new hash page destroys itself on exit, keeping your page count intact. Also, I try not to trespass on users’ bandwidth by preloading images to create transition effects.
jBar is a simple and lightweight jQuery notification banner which is an alternative to the Hellobar. It allows you to create a simple call to action and bring it forward for the user to see at the top of your website. The user can then toggle the visibility of the bar by clicking the ribbon.
It’s really amazing to see what anyone that use jQuery can create. Developers and even Designer just don’t stop making incredibly interactive web applications every now and then. Today’s post just demonstrates the excellent examples of the most recently made jquery plugins from the jQuery community
Parallax scrolling made easy.. The Stellar.js jQuery plugin provides parallax scrolling effects to any scrolling element. You just need to precisely align elements and backgrounds, then add some simple data attributes to your markup, run $.stellar() and that’s all you need to get started.
It’s January and many of us are back at work no whether if it freelance or working for a agency etc. Finding what’s new for web designers and developers is always great as there are many great products such as new web apps, frameworks, jQuery plugins, colour tools, and great new fonts. Many of the resources featured in this post are free or cost are just a few dollars, and are sure to be useful to a lot of designers and developers out there.
ResponsiveSlides.js is a tiny jQuery plugin that creates a responsive slideshow using images inside a single container. It work with wide range of browsers including all IE versions from IE6 and up. It also adds css max-width support for IE6 and other browsers that don’t natively support it. Only dependency is jQuery and that all the images are same size.
One of the hot topics in web design are responsive layouts. As it allows you to offer a specific and optimised screen size based on any device such as mobile, tablet that the visitor uses.
Typically we use Media Queries to resize the overall layout, but how do we go about just changing all of those individual elements and features that you want to make your page unique? Everything on your site need to be optimised like your menu(s), images, sliders. Today’s post will feature 15 great jQuery plugins for responsive layouts
Blueberry is an experimental open source jQuery image slider plugin which has been written specifically to work with fluid/responsive web layouts.