Real-Time Form Validation – jQuery

In this tutorial by Michal Kozak you will learn how to build a useful client side and real time form validation with the help of jQuery – you will write and build the simplest form ever possible, nice and clean, without any unnecessary tags.

Lightweight Thumbnails Image Gallery with jQuery

Galleria is a JavaScript image gallery framework built on top of the jQuery library. The aim is to simplify the process of creating professional image galleries for the web and mobile devices.

jbgallery (Big Multiple Images Slideshow With JQuery)

jbgallery is a UI widget webpage written in javascript on top of the jQuery library.Its function is to show a single big image, multiple images, multiple galleries, slideshows, as a site’s background, in a “dialog” mode or as a common pop-up.

MobilyBlocks

MobilyBlocks plugin allows you to simply create an unordered list as an impressive and stylish animated circle.

Hyjack Select jQuery Plugin

This jQuery plugin replaces the traditional html select control with an improved or “hijacked” version. To begin, try exploring the various Hyjack HTML select examples. Notice, you may now type to search for available drop down items! Please feel free to discover the demos, expand on current ideas, or just drop us a note! Documenation can be found in code behind and through google code or at our jQuery plugin page!

jQuery plugin: jQueryRotate

This is an final product of a Wilq32.PhotoEffect Snippet (browse blog to get more information). Actually you can use this simple and tiny script to rotate images (any angle) directly on client side (for ex. user generated content), and animate them using own functions.

YoxView jQuery image viewer plugin

YoxView is a free Lightbox-type media and image viewer jQueryplugin. It’s easy to use and feature-rich.

NavDock – jQuery dock style menu

NavDock is a simple dock style menu icon.

jQuery Configurable Context Menu

This is a configurable context menu, it works in three ways: right click, hold down, hover.Callback is executed with parameter e, the menu action event object normalized by jQuery, and el, the element associated with the menu. Menu is an ul with position absolute, menu element are li with .hover class added on mouse over.