tipsy Overview Tipsy is a jQuery plugin for creating a Facebook-like tooltips effect based on an anchor tag's title attribute. Examples & Usage Basic Kwicks for jQuery Welcome to the Kwicks for jQuery home page. Kwicks is a plugin providing sexy sliding panels with an emphasis on navigational interaction. Kwicks was originally a port of a MooTools effect (of the same name), but has since evolved into a highly configurable and versatile UI component. Please check out the examples to see it in action. JQuery Corner Demo It's important to understand that this corner plugin is pulling off its magic by adding more elements to the page. Specifically, it adds div "strips" to the item to be cornered and sets a solid background color on these strips in order to hide the actual corners of the real item. So if you step back and look at the cornered element, think of there being solid colored divs hiding the true squared off corners of the item you wish to be changed. This helps you understand the inherent limitations of this small plugin. It's best suited for rounding off block-level elements (divs, paragraphs, etc) and may present more challenges when trying to round off inline elements (spans, anchors, etc). Recently I added support for native border-radius rounding in browsers that support it (Opera 10.5+, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome).
10 jQuery Transition Effects: Moving Elements with Style Whatever content you have to present, you can present them in a more interactive & more responsive ways. In this article we’d like to present 10 Brilliant techniques using some jQuery magic to grab the attention of your users with a simple, rich user experience that gets them excited about your website. 1. Fluid Navigation – How to create an informative menu-bar with jQuery & CSS
Organic Tabs This article was originally published on October 27, 2009 and is now being updated to 1) be turned into a jQuery plugin 2) have multiple demos on one page 3) utilize jQuery event delegation and 4) prevent animation queuing. Edited again on June 13, 2011 to use jQuery 1.6.1 and HTML5 Have you ever seen a tabbed content area in a sidebar that was a little "jerky"? The jerkiness can be caused by a bunch of things, like the content in the tabbed areas are of different heights, or maybe the way the switch happens the current one is hidden for a brief second before the new one shows up and the content below it jumps up and back down quickly.
jQuery BBQ: Back Button & Query Library jQuery BBQ leverages the HTML5 hashchange event to allow simple, yet powerful bookmarkable #hash history. In addition, jQuery BBQ provides a full .deparam() method, along with both hash state management, and fragment / query string parse and merge utility methods. This plugin and the jQuery urlInternal plugin supersede the URL Utils plugin. Note: If you’re using jQuery 1.3.2 or earlier and need BBQ to merge query string or fragment params containing , you’ll want to include the jQuery 1.4 .param method in your code.