A jQuery plugin that creates a percentage circle based on pure CSS.
Essential Grid is a premium plugin for WordPress that allows you to display various content formats in a highly customizable grid. Possible applications range from portfolios, blogs, galleries, WooCommerce shops, price tables, services, product sliders, testimonials and anything else you can imagine.
jQuery plugin for adding little ‘pips’ , ‘floats’ and labels to a slider.
- Adds small “pips” and “labels” to the slider
- Extends the jQuery UI Slider widget
- Easily Configurable
- Works for both Horizontal and Vertical sliders
- Doesn’t change default slider behaviour
- Purely a visual plugin
A set of creative page loading effects that use SVG animations with Snap.svg. The idea is to show an overlay with a interesting shape animation while new content gets loaded.
A lightweight jQuery plugin for fade-as-you-scroll features.
Bootstrap Filestyle is a plugin for jquery-based component library could Twitter Bootstrap, used to style the file fields of the forms.
This plugin has an interesting way to present a form for sending files so attractive, while being simple and efficient.
A jquery plugin to automatically markup glossary terms on a page and display definitions as a tooltip.
- Reads glossary list from json file or object
- Automatically searches for and marks up glossary terms found on a page with attributes
- Supports terms exclusion
- Supports multiple terms
- Replaces TextNodes only
- No involvement from authors
With easy backgrounds you can add animated and non animated backgrounds to your webpage and HTML elements using just a few lines of code.
The plugin is just 14kb and supports particles, slideshows, videos, gradients and animated patterns.You can customize your background using 36+ options and some preset overlays or you can use a image as overlay!
- Patterns (animated and non animated)
- Gradients (animated and non animated)
- Full screen youtube video´s
jQuery and Zepto plugin to emulate the behavior of JVFloatLabeledTextField which based on the concept from Matt D. Smith.
JVFloat uses CSS3 Transform and Transitions to perform the animations by default. Browsers that doesn’t support those will simply doesn’t show anything when user typing on the
input elements. to fix that, enable/uncomment the
legacy rules on the default CSS file, and comment out the
A jQuery plugin to apply animated, visual effects to letters, words or other text patterns.