10 jQuery Rating Plugins

Sam Deering
Ratings, Polls, voting are very common these days! We the developers, use our most of time in searching good scripts for rating/polls. Today I have collected 10 jQuery rating scripts and plugins for better user experience for your next project. Have Fun!

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1. jRating

It is a very flexible jQuery plugin for quickly creating an AJAX star rating system. It is possible to configure every detail from” the number of the stars” to “if the stars can represent decimals or not”.
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2. jQuery Opineo Plugin

Opineo allows you to do all of this and much more without signing up for an account or hire an expert. This DIY tool enables you to listen to your customers’ voice easily and instantly. All you have to do is go online, design your widget and place it on your website.
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3. Half-Star Rating Plugin

This is a jQuery plugin for star rating systems. The initial inspiration for this script came from Wil Stuckey’s star rating system. But the original script requires too much coding. Also it does not have provision for developing a star system (such as GMail, where you star or un-star an email).
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4. Content Rater with ASP.NET, Ajax and jQuery

Build an MSDN-style content rater with ASP.NET, MS AJAX, and jQuery.
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5. jQuery Star Rating Plugin

This is hacked version of star rating created by Ritesh Agrawal It transform a set of radio type input elements to star rating type and remain the radio element name and value, so could be integrated with your form. It acts as a normal radio button.
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6. TracHacks

As it stands, this hack creates all of the votes in a separate table. As I’m using the voting to rank tickets/bugs/features that people think are important, it is useful to get an overview of which tickets have what rating.
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7. jQuery Raty – A Star Rating Plugin

jQuery Raty is a plugin that generates a customizable star rating automatically.
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8. New jQuery Rater Plugin for Star Ratings

The jQuery Star Rating widget is a neat control to add to your website. It has many options that allow you to easily customize it.
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9. jQuery Star Rating Plugin beta

Here is my quick and dirty re-creation of a star rating plugin. This is a fully degradable plugin that creates the Star Rating interface based on a simple form structure.
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10. jQuery Star Rating Plugin v3.13

The Star Rating Plugin is a plugin for the jQuery JavaScript library that creates a non-obtrusive star rating control based on a set of radio input boxes.
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  • Rahul

    i need this type of star rating jquery……. plz help……….
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    thank you

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    Nice Collection… !

  • http://twitter.com/gjunge Gidon Junge

    I would totally biased like to suggest http://rateit.codeplex.com (also available on nuget)

    RateIt:
    Fast, Progressive enhancement, touch support, customizable (just swap out the images, or change some CSS), Unobtrusive JavaScript (using HTML5 data-* attributes), RTL support, supports as many stars as you’d like, and also any step size. 

  • Ram

    jQuery Raty works well for me and light weight though , it has more options , easy for newbies like me it’s “target” option is just crazy