Responsive Web Design may just be the most practical and forward-looking way to address the multitudes of devices and browsers that reach your site. But lack of native CSS3 Media Query support in Internet Explorer 8 and under presents a serious challenge to the technique. Scott Jehl has released a script to address the problem, and also achieves mobile-optimized filesize (3kb / 1kb gzipped).
An exquisite jQuery plugin for magical layouts. Enables filtering, sorting, and dynamic layouts.
All UI elements such as next-month & previous-month buttons, add event form, edit event form, tooltips, etc, are not part of the calendar plugin. These are to be created by you so you can control how they look. Use the API hooks in your form elements to control the calendar.
a jQuery plugin that automatically preloads all images referenced in CSS files. We've found the script to be incredibly helpful in developing snappy applications where images are always ready when we need them. This will parse though all of your attached CSS files and preload any images it finds referenced in them.
Create a tour on a website with jQuery. This can be very useful if you want to explain your users the functioning of your web application in an interactive way. The idea is to add a certain class to elements that you want to guide the user through and explain what they do. We will use a tooltip to show what that tour point is about and navigation will allow the user to go back/forward/end/restart.