1. Fast and Simple Toggle View Content with jQuery
This script is using the UL list and allows user to toggle to display the content of LI items. This is a useful user interface feature that helps designers to save space and build a less complicated user interface.
3. Retro Animated Flip-Down Clock
In this tutorial, you will create an animated flip down clock inspired by the 70’s. Using the Mootools framework, Alexandru Pitea tried to replicate the flip action of the pads and make it as lifelike as possible.
4. Twitter-Like Load More Widget
5. MooTools Drag Opacity
In this tutorial David Walsh will learn you how to make a “drag opacity and fading” effect with the help of some MooTools. The code itself is quite simple — Drag.Move’s onStart and onComplete events to begin and end the fading.
6. Folder Collapser for Dynamic Content
7. Skype-Style Buttons Using MooTools
jQuery expert Janko Jovanovic dropped a sweet tutorial showing you how to create a Skype-like button using jQuery. David Walsh was impressed by Janko’s article so he decided to port the effect to MooTools.
8. Easy List Splitter – jQuery Plugin
The Easy List Splitter plugin will get your list, wrap it into a container div, generate as many lists as the number of columns you require and evenly split the list items into the different list elements. It generates a valid HTML code that you can style as you wish.
9. Dynamic FAQ Section – jQuery & YQL & Google Docs
In this tutorial you will learn how to create dynamic FAQ section – with the help of jQuery and YQL, which pull the contents of a shared spreadsheet in your Google Docs, and use the data to populate your FAQ section with questions and answers.
10. Giveaway Randomizer App – jQuery
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a dedicated randomizer jQuery application – especially for choosing winners in competitions and giveaways. The goal is to get a randomly selected list of contestants and their prizes.