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I am a MIT licensed collection of extremely useful DOM helpers and special events for jQuery 1.8 and later. I’m not a UI project like jQuery UI or jQuery Tools. Instead, I’m all about providing low-level utilities for things that jQuery doesn’t support. If Underscore is jQuery’s functional-programming tie, I am jQuery’s bald-spot covering toupee. Select the plugins you want and click “Download” for a customized, unminified JavaScript file: Learn more about how I can be useful to you.

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jQuery One Page Navigation Plugin Sep 26, 2010 When appropriate, I am a fan of the one-page sites. I really like the ones that add smooth scrolling and highlight the navigation depending upon which part of the page you have scrolled to. Here are a few examples: Brizk Design and Crush + Lovely. I finally have a freelance project where a one-page site makes sense, so I needed to write the JavaScript to make the navigation work how I wanted. I wanted the page to scroll smoothly when the navigation was clicked, so I used the jQuery ScrollTo plugin.

A jQuery UI Growl/Ubuntu-like Notification Plugin Update 7/6/2010: version 1.4.1 is out! There are about a dozen other plugins out there that do this already, except most seem to come with an enormous footprint: 10-12k of code, X-number of images, and roughly 1000 options to support every plausible use case. For other minimalists like myself out there, here's one built off the jQuery UI widget factory in approx. 110 lines of code and 100% CSS. jQuery Zoom A plugin to enlarge images on touch, click, or mouseover. Fork me on GitHub Demo Hover Grab Download

jQuery UI Multiple Select Widget This is the successor and port of my original jQuery MultiSelect Plugin to a jQuery UI widget. While both will actively be maintained, I highly recommend you use this version over the plugin version. It has a more robust feature set, is faster, and is much more flexible. MultiSelect turns an ordinary HTML select control into an elegant drop down list of checkboxes with themeroller support. This version inherits all the benefits from the jQuery UI widget factory that are not available in the plugin version.

slick - the last carousel you'll ever need Set up your HTML markup. <div class="your-class"><div>your content</div><div>your content</div><div>your content</div></div> Move the /slick folder into your project Add slick.css in your <head> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="slick/slick.css"/> // Add the new slick-theme.css if you want the default styling <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="slick/slick-theme.css"/> Add slick.js before your closing <body> tag, after jQuery (requires jQuery 1.7 +) Tutorial: Creating A Sticky Sidebar Using jQuery DesignWoop welcomes this guest post by Alexandre Smirnov a web designer and developer who lives and works in Cal­i­for­nia. Today, I will be showing how to create a jQuery sticky sidebar script. Now, I’m sure many of you have a question: Why can’t I just use “position:fixed”? Well, you can, but then the element with that style will stay where it is relative to the top of the viewport.

Creating a Complete HTML5 Drag and Drop File Uploader with jQuery Today we’re going to be creating a file uploader using HTML5 drag and drop, along with the file reader API and some PHP. We’ll also be using local storage to remember which files were uploaded by the user. Getting Started For this tutorial I’m using jQuery and an icon font called symbolset. If you don’t want to get symbolset you could use an alternative or just not use a symbol font all together!

stickyMojo contained fixed position sticky sidebar jquery plugin stickyMojo is a contained sticky sidebar jQuery plugin brought to you by MojoTech. It is lightweight, fast, flexible and compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE8+. It will degrade gracefully in older versions of IE. Background After looking around for a contained fixed position sticky sidebar for our blog we found that there were few options that handled all of the intricacies of cross-browser support, window resizing, and smoothness.

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