10 Easy to Use jQuery Plugins

Sam Deering

Here we’ve collected another set of 10 random easy to use jQuery plugins – we know you love them! Most of you may have not used or seen these plugins before, so it’s worth to take a look! However you have seen the 8. Sexy Curls jQuery Plugin but it is pretty awesome!

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1. jQZoom Evolution

Is a JavaScript image magnifier built at the top of the popular jQuery JavaScript framework. jQzoom is a great and a really easy to use script to magnify what you want.


jQZoom Evolution

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2. queue & dequeue

A pair of core data utilities that help you to add your own bespoke to animations.


queue & dequeue

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3. Awkward Viewline

Is a jQuery plugin and is now integrated with Awkward Showcase — a plugin for the JavaScript Framework jQuery.


Awkward Viewline

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4. jQuery-Notes 1.0.2

Is a simple and easy to use jQuery-Plugin that allows you to add notes to any image (even foreign ones) on your website or blog.


jQuery-Notes 1.0.2

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5. QuickFlip 2: The jQuery Flipping Plugin Made Faster and Simpler

jQuery QuickFlip takes any piece of HTML markup and flips it over like a card. The effect is similar to the UI animation on the iPhone.


QuickFlip 2: The jQuery Flipping Plugin Made Faster and Simpler

Source + Demo

6. Semitransparent rollovers

Background has a gradient effect, so you can see that the glowing borders flow smoothly on rollover. Try that with a gif!


Semitransparent rollovers

Source + Demo

7. Beautiful Slide out Navigation: A CSS and jQuery Tutorial

The navigation will be almost hidden – the items only slide out when the user hovers over the area next to them. This gives a beautiful effect and using this technique can spare you some space on your website.


Beautiful Slide out Navigation: A CSS and jQuery Tutorial

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8. The Sexy Curls jQuery Plugin

Is an open-source jQuery plugin by Elliott Kember which lets you share in the beauty of the page fold.


The Sexy Curls jQuery Plugin

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9. Fixed Fade out Menu: A CSS and jQuery Tutorial

The aim is to have a fixed navigation that follows the user when he scrolls, and only subtly showing itself by fading out and becoming almost transparent. When the user hovers over it, the menu then becomes opaque again.


Fixed Fade out Menu: A CSS and jQuery Tutorial

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10. Reveal: jQuery Modals Made Easy

Easy to implement, is cross-browser compatible with modern browsers (with some graceful degradation of course) and lightweight coming in at only 1.75KB. What that means for you is that it’s fast, sexy and just works.


Reveal: jQuery Modals Made Easy

Source + Demo

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    Nice collections!, Tks.