15 jQuery Plugins to Fix and Beautify Browser Issues
Sometimes it’s just hard to fix certain things with CSS alone. Additionally, CSS is for presentation, and JS is for behavior. So when a browser is behaving badly, jQuery, and it’s world of plugins, has your back.
- Round Corners
- Equal Heights
- Lazy-loading images
- Increasing click-target size
- And many other “utility” plugins
45+ New jQuery Techniques For Good User Experience
It’s all about the users. Ajax file uploading, cramming more content onto a page, and providing immediate feedback for users’ actions is a must these days, and these jQuery plugins make it so easy, there’s no excuse NOT to give them a shot.
- Ajax forms
- Ajax file uploads
- iPod-style drill down menus
- Text size slider
15 jQuery Plugins To Create A User Friendly Tooltip
Tooltips are not only a great accessibility feature, but a useful usability and user experience element, too.
- Plain automatic tooltips
- Stylish Tipsy tooltips
- The simple qTip plugin
35 Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins
Never one to disappoint, Noupe puts together an impressive collection of jQuery plugins that have that certain pizazz some are looking for.
- Leopard desktop look navigation
- Advanced keypress navigation
- Galleries and slideshows galore
- More calendars and datepickers than you can shake an .ics at
The Power of WordPress and jQuery: 25+ Useful Plugins & Tutorials
Again, another impressive showing from our friends at Noupe. What could be better than WordPress? WordPress with jQuery goodness, that’s what.
- jQuery Post slider
- Live comment preview
- Modal contact form
- Events calendar
- Many more… the only question is, which one don’t you want to use?
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