FailSafe is a jQuery plugin to help your application work correct even in peril situations. In other words, it takes care of situations like Lost Internet Connectivity and Low Battery Level. When a user loses Internet Connectivity or his laptop’s Charge goes down, this plugin shows a very user-friendly message to the user. Optionally, this plugin can also disable some of the elements in the page which may require proper Internet Connectivity or Higher Battery Level to function properly.
News Widget is a jQuery plugin that turns any list or news into a news slider. The plugin is extremely customizable with more than 28 options. The file includes a Full-Page Read More option and a widget Read More Option. You can also use this plugin with any RSS feed.
- External RSS Feeds
- 30+ Options
- Full-Page and Widget Modes
- Full control over size and style
- Set Height or News item count
- 8 Arrow Positions
- 10 Animations for anything that moves
- Full Control over animation duration, delay and ease
- Image Support
- External link support with in-article button compatibility
- Any HTML content can be placed inside news.
Owl Carousel is a jQuery plugin that allows us to create responsive carousel sliders so quickly. The plugin is touch-friendly and capable of featuring any HTML content with almost any markup.
- Touch Event
- Mouse Slide Events
- Fully Customizable
- Choose the number of items to be displayed
- Multiple Sliders
- CSS3 3d Transitions
- Custimizable controlls
jQuery Text Highlighter is a jQuery plugin for highlighting text fragments in HTML documents.Highlighting is realized by wrapping selected text in <span> tags.
- Highlighting text that spans multiple HTML tags.
- Removing highlights.
- Setting highlight color and custom text wrapper.
- Callbacks for highlighting and removing highlights.
- Serialization & deserialization of highlights.
Corner is a simple plugin for creating rounded (or other styled) corners on elements.It’s important to understand that this corner plugin is pulling off its magic by adding more elements to the page. Specifically, it adds div “strips” to the item to be cornered and sets a solid background color on these strips in order to hide the actual corners of the real item. So if you step back and look at the cornered element, think of there being solid colored divs hiding the true squared off corners of the item you wish to be changed. This helps you understand the inherent limitations of this small plugin. It’s best suited for rounding off block-level elements (divs, paragraphs, etc) and may present more challenges when trying to round off inline elements (spans, anchors, etc).
Recently I added support for native border-radius rounding in browsers that support it (Opera 10.5+, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome). So in those browsers the plugin simply sets a css property on the element. But in IE, we’ll have to wait for version 9 before that is supported. And for all browsers, choosing a pattern other than “round” requires the use of the “div stips” method.
The jQuery BlockUI Plugin lets you simulate synchronous behavior when using AJAX, without locking the browser. When activated, it will prevent user activity with the page (or part of the page) until it is deactivated. BlockUI adds elements to the DOM to give it both the appearance and behavior of blocking user interaction.