There are many people looking for some jQuery plugins not only for inspiration but also should be useful for further needed! The apparent abundance of plugins available on the other hand does not stop creative and skilled developers from creating even more goodies for the jQuery community, Thanks You all for contributing! This is a round up of some really great plugins which are not referred yet and you properly missed. Together with some CSS3 features, jQuery can refresh your web site design by changing the look and feel with no more boring.
jQuery 2D Transformation Plugin
jQuery color plugin xcolor
jQuery Validity Plugin for Form Validation
jQuery FormLabels Plugin
Unlimited Scroll using the Twitter API
Pines Notify jQuery Plugin
Crazy Dots – jQuery Plugin
jQuery Apple-like Retina Effect
jQuery Constant Footer
Beautiful Photo Stack Gallery with jQuery and CSS3
jQuery content feature like MailChimp
jQuery Ajax Poll
AeroWindow – Plugin for jQuery
Simple unlimited levels vertical drop down navigation menu jquery plugin
ezMark: jQuery Checkbox & Radiobutton Plugin
CSS3 Rounded Image With jQuery
UI Elements: Search Box with Filter and Large Drop Down Menu
gMap jQuery plugin
gMap is a lightweight jQuery plugin that helps you embed Google Maps into your website. With only 2 KB in size it is very flexible and highly customizable. Now there’s NO excuse for not using maps… with jQuery its has been made easy for anyone.
JQuery Multiselect Plugin
This is a jQuery MultiSelect Plugin that focus on speed and ThemeRoller support. It turns an ordinary HTML select control into an elegant drop down list of checkboxes. The plugins provides an optional header with check all / uncheck all / close links, Keyboard support, Ability to hook into 5 different event callbacks, much more and it is only 6kb minified.
Have you ever wished you could style check boxes, drop down menus, radio buttons, and file upload inputs? Ever wished you could control the look and feel of your form elements between all browsers? If so, Uniform is your new best friend. Uniform masks your standard form controls with custom themed controls. It works in sync with your real form elements to ensure accessibility and compatibility.
jQuery Formwizard Plugin
The form wizard plugin is a jQuery plugin which can be used to create wizard like page flows for forms without having to reload the page in between wizard steps. The plugin is unobtrusive and gives the developer great freedom on how they set up the flow of the different steps in their wizards, as the plugin supports creating specific routes in the form; depending on the user input. Supports multiple “submit”-steps and much more.
This plugin solves a common problem in an really new way. It has become popular to put form labels into the fields – because it look great. Problem is that once users click a field the label is gone and it can be difficult to remember if you put in the right content in to each field… This plugin lets you have nice looking forms and simply slides the label out once the form is taken into use.
Twitter-like dynamic character count
The best way to explain what this plugin does is to mention Twitter. Twitter posts are limited to 140 characters. While typing the Twitter post there is this always present information about how many characters the users have before reaching the limit. The information is not only provided merely by displaying a number, there are different colors applied to certain stages to notify the user about the status.
jQuery PhotoShoot Plugin
The jQuery PhotoShoot plugin gives you the ability to convert any div on your web page into a photo shooting effect, complete with a view finder. You can check out the demonstration, or a nice tutorial on how to use it here.
Photo Tagging with Jquery
The jQuery Photo Tagger plugin allows you to add Flickr-style photo tagging to your images. You can create box-like overlays on top of your image and assign messages to each box. The plugin communicates with the server using the supplied API URLs such that the photo tags can be saved, persisted, and deleted when needed.
Sweet Cool Ajax Tabs with jquery & CSS3
Organizing the content of a page in a both intuitive and eye-catching manner, is a must in modern web design. One principle that has been around for some time is dividing text into tabs. This is a AJAX-powered tab page with CSS3 and the newly released version 1.4 of jQuery.
jQuery Easy Slides
A jQuery Heat Map
Here is a very simple way ho to create a heat map with jQuery. The idea is to track the clicks of a user and then display the click pattern with semi-transparent dots on an overlay.