3D transforms properties and allows different kind of effects. Create three-dimensional image slices that will rotate and reveal the next image as another side of the 3d object. In case the browser does not support 3D transformations, a simple slider will be used as fallback. More info and link to download can be found at http://tympanus.net/codrops/2011/09/05/slicebox-3d-image-slider/
Easy to install and set up, they help you offer extra information on important elements and at the same time make the browsing experience of every visitor interesting and dynamic. Simple and minimalistic design is good for user experience and usability and jQuery tooltips help you achieve this by allowing you to “not show it all” at once.
A small jQuery library which add a smart navigation bar on the right of the page. It improves a web page navigation and helps to visualize different sections of a document, an article, any web page. Nav links are distributed proportionally to the page sections.
Provides special tooltips without the usual limitations of north/east/south/west positioning. A grumble can be rotated around a given element at any angle, all 360 degrees. Any distance can be specified. Any CSS style can be applied. There's auto-magic size adjustment for use with localised text. FX queues for animating multiple grumbles. And it works in IE6+, and modern browsers
A simple plugin helps you to give more life to the boring timelines. It supports horizontal and vertical layouts, and you can specify parameters for most attributes: speed, transparency, auto-play and etc…You can also customize the style with CSS easily.
You’ve tried your hand at writing your own jQuery plugins at some point and you’re comfortable putting together something that works. It’s functional. It does what it needs to do, but perhaps you feel it could be structured better. If this sounds familiar and you aren’t sure of the differences between many of the different jQuery plugin patterns, then you might find what I have to say help