Russian Wedding Photoshop Disasters. Pont d'envol! 10 interesting jQuery plugins (september 2011) 10 interesting jQuery plugins (september 2011) This is new roundup of most interesting jQuery plug-ins that have emerged over the last month.
Here are different plugins like sliders, ui dialogs, images filter etc. 1. Rotating Slider with Easing The slider that scrolls the image vertically on its axis. 2. Designers seem to like using modal windows more and more, as they provide a quick way to show data without reloading the entire page. 3. rlightbox This is a jQuery UI mediabox that can display many types of content such as images, YouTube videos and Vimeo content. 4. This is a jQuery plugin that makes it simple to add sliding (aka “floating”) panel functionality to your web page. 5. jCallout Callout is a balloon div that connects text, symbols, images to an element or a group of elements. 6. jFL – Fluid Adaptive Layout jFL – plugin for handling fluid and adaptive layout elements: resize div, resize font size, div positioning. Mosaiqy, an amazing jQuery plugin for viewing and zooming photos.
Fullscreen Gallery with Thumbnail Flip. In this tutorial we will create a fullscreen gallery with jQuery.
The idea is to have a thumbnail of the currently shown fullscreen image on the side that flips when navigating through the images. The big image will slide up or down depending where we are navigating to. We will add navigation […] View demoDownload source In this tutorial we will create a fullscreen gallery with jQuery.
We will be using Flip! And we will also be using the jQuery Mousewheel Plugin by Brandon Aaron. The beautiful images are by talented Polina Efremova. Let’s get started with the markup! The Markup First, we will add a loading element that we want to show when the images are being loaded: Then, we will create a container for all the images that will be shown in fullscreen: We will use the “longdesc” attribute to indicate the path to the respective thumbnail. Next, we will add a container for the contents that are shown on the left bottom corner of the screen.
It combines the ease-of-use of a typical jQuery plugin with a powerful cross-platform DHTML cropping engine that is faithful to familiar desktop graphics applications. Feature Overview Attaches unobtrusively to images or block objects Supports aspect ratio locking Supports minSize/maxSize setting Callbacks for selection done, or while moving Keyboard support for nudging selection API features to create interactivity, including animation Support for CSS styling, now uses LESS Touch support for iOS, Android, etc Cross-platform Compatibility Firefox 2+ Safari 3+ Opera 9.5+ Google Chrome 0.2+ Internet Explorer 6+ May work in older versions or other modern browsers, these were tested.
Documentation Archive Jcrop is free software released under MIT License.
jQuery image zooming plugin. A plugin to enlarge images on touch, click, or mouseover. Fork me on GitHub Demo Hover Grab Download Released under the MIT License. Instructions Zoom appends html inside the element it is assigned to, so that element has to be able to accept html, like <a>, <span>, <li>, <div>, etc. To use zoom with img elements, they will need to be wrapped with another element. Removing Zoom Trigger the zoom.destroy event to remove zoom from an element: $('#example').zoom(); // add zoom$('#example').trigger('zoom.destroy'); // remove zoom Settings Hey, Craftyslide - A tiny jQuery slideshow plugin. Light Trails Bokeh Blossoms Funky Painting Vintage Chandelier Why Craftyslide?
Craftyslide was created first and foremost as an experiment, but secondly out of frustration with many plugins being written today. I found many slideshow plugins too bloated for my needs and code supplied was often superfluous and non-semantic. This prompted me to go about writing my own plugin, with the result being Craftyslide. Usage Using Craftyslide on your site is easy. Files to include: Basic initialization: <script> $("#slideshow").craftyslide(); </script> Roundrr Demo. jTag – jQuery Plugin to Tag pictures.