10 jQuery Plugins to Enhance your User Intefaces

Sam Deering
Today, we have a collection of 10 jQuery Plugins to Enhance your User Intefaces. Most of them can be done in just a few minutes and may be all you need to give your projects that little extra something. Enjoy!

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1. Feature List


Simple and easy creation of an interactive “Featured Items” widget.
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2. Dance Floor


When you click on a product, the product image will zoom out to see a featured close-up shot and a description.
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3. Search & Share


Makes highlighting text a more functional action. More specifically, it attempts to understand the intention of a user’s text selection and present a variety of options accordingly.
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4. Side Navigation Tooltip / Popup Bubble


A tooltip / popup bubble using jQuery.
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5. Facebook Style Alert Confirm Box


This shows you how to implement a Facebook style alert box.
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6. Create an Interactive, Filterable Portfolio


How to create an interactive portfolio in jQuery that looks like it was made in Flash.
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7. Facebook like Autosuggestion


Facebook like Autosuggestion user search with jQuery, Ajax and PHP.
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8. Favorite Rating


This tutorial shows you how to implement a “Show the love” rating system like amypink.com.
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9. Magic Scroller


A practical & easy to implement plugin, this vertical scroll show elements with an elegant style using slice effect, creating a different perspective.
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10. Google Wave History Slider


Enable visitors to go back and forth in time to view the changes that take place on a comment thread with Google Wave-like history slider.
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