[jQuery]10 Pretty Useful and Cool jQuery Plugins

  • Content Rich Tooltip | Demo

    This tutorial will demonstrate how to build tooltips that are powered by jQuery, with information pulled from a JSON array.
  • QuickFlip 2 | Demo

    QuickFlip works by using an animation shortcut that is barely noticeable when flipped quickly (hence the name). This shortcut improves performance while allowing the flip effect to work smoothly with any piece of markup regardless of images, backgrounds or CSS.
  • Zoom Icon with jQuery & CSS | Demo

    In this simple tutorial, I'll show you how to do it in two ways: CSS way and jQuery way.
  • jQuery Popup Bubble | Demo

    Learn how to add a cool popup bubble to an RSS feed link using jQuery.
  • jQuery PageSlide | Demo

    jQuery pageSlide was inspired by the UI work of Aza Raskin. In his recent posts regarding concepts for Firefox Mobile and a mouse-based Ubiquity, Aza introduced the idea of sliding (or "throwing") content aside to reveal a secondary content pane.
  • Expose | Demo

    Expose is a JavaScript tool that exposes selected HTML elements on the page so that the surrounding elements will gradually fade out. The exposing effect was first introduced in the overlay tool. Usually the effect is an integral part of the program and cannot be used separately. This tool takes the idea of exposing a little further.
  • jQuery Slinky Slider Plugin | Demo

    Slinky Slider is a jQuery plugin that loads HTML files into panels to be shown inside a nominated
    . Once the panels have been loaded, all bar one are collapsed.
  • Spin The Wheel Plugin | Demo

    JQuery.spinTheWheel.js is a plugin for jQuery. It's designed to create an intuitive way of selecting a value in a defined span. Use where you want total control of the value the user can pick but where a standard slider won't do the trick due to a too big span. Or just because it looks good.
  • jQuery Bounce | Demo

    This project allows the user to extend the elements on the web page (created for use with 'textarea' elements, but no reason why it cannot be used elsewhere) with a bounce animation.
  • jQuery Image Cube | Demo

    The image cube functionality can easily be added to a division with appropriate default settings. It then displays the images contained within the targetted division in a cycle every two seconds. A random rotation is chosen each time to move to the next image. Highlights and shadows are used to enhance the 3D effect.


posted @ 2010-06-09 22:37 Justin 阅读(...) 评论(...) 编辑 收藏