Best jQuery Menus Plugins & Tutorials with Demo

Gumshoe : A simple, framework-agnostic Scrollspy Script

Gumshoe : A simple, framework-agnostic Scrollspy Script

A simple, framework-agnostic scrollspy script. Gumshoe works great with Smooth Scroll.

jQuery Squeezing Header Plugin

jQuery Squeezing Header Plugin

A jQuery plugin for squeezing your header on scroll down.

Above & Beneath: Featured Content Layout Effect with CSS

Above & Beneath: Featured Content Layout Effect with CSS

Today we’d like to share a little aquatic landing page template with some special effects with you. The idea is to show a big headline in the initial view and when a grid/menu icon is clicked, the view slides down (below the water) and some featured content or menu items get shown. The transitions are accompanied by some fitting background sounds.

jQuery floating Menu Plugin

jQuery floating Menu Plugin

This plugin requires jQuery! floatingMenu is a global-dynamic plugin which means you dont have to worry about dynamically added/created elements. For performance reasons the plugin clears its own initiation events when not visible.

booNavigation : jQuery Mega Menu plugin

booNavigation : jQuery Mega Menu plugin

booNavigation is a smooth and dynamic jQuery navigation plugin with a three column drop down.

contextMenuRtl : jQuery Context Menu

contextMenuRtl : jQuery Context Menu

The contextMenu Plugin was designed for web applications in need of menus on a possibly large amount of objects.jQuery-contextMenuRtl is rtl support for jQuery-contextMenu.

Dice Menu : jQuery Floating Menu Plugin

Dice Menu : jQuery Floating Menu Plugin

Dice menu is a jQuery fixed location floating menu (expandable).

Auto-Hiding Navigation with CSS & jQuery

Auto-Hiding Navigation with CSS & jQuery

A simple navigation that auto-hides when the user scrolls down, and becomes visible when the user scrolls up.

Hotmenu : jQuery Responsive Full Screen Menu

Hotmenu : jQuery Responsive Full Screen Menu

Hotmenu is a responsive, full-screen jQuery menu.

Add to Cart Interaction with CSS & jQuery

Add to Cart Interaction with CSS & jQuery

A floating cart that slides in when the user decides to buy an item.

We’re used to different patterns when it comes to the “add to cart” process. The basic idea behind this pattern is to notify the user that an item has been added to the cart, and provide her/him with a link to proceed to the checkout.



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