FitText – A jQuery plugin for inflating web type

FitText makes font-sizes flexible. Use this plugin on your fluid or responsive layout to achieve scalable headlines that fill the width of a parent element.

Link | http://fittextjs.com/

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Fixed Header Table – jQuery plugin

Fixed Header Table is a jQuery plugin for displaying fixed headers for any valid table mark-up.

Create astonishing iCal-like calendars with jQuery

In the following article the Web Designer Stefano Verna will show us how to create a jQuery Calendar in iCal style:

Link | http://stefanoverna.com/blog/2009/01/create-astonishing-ical-like-calendars-with-jquery.html

Grid Navigation Effects with jQuery

In this tutorial the staff of codrops will show you the way how to create a grid navigation effect with jQuery. In the examples they will show you ten ways how to navigate through a set of thumbnails.

Link | http://tympanus.net/codrops/2011/06/09/grid-navigation-effects/

Image Cross Fade Transition

Image Cross Fade Transition is an excellent jQuery plugin which helps the developers merge one image into another image.

 

Sprite Cow: Generate CSS for sprite sheets

Sprite Cow helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.

jQuery HTML5 Uploader

jQuery HTML5 Uploader is a lightweight jQuery plugin that lets you to quickly add an upload system a-la-Gmail into your web app.
You only need to create a dropbox element (i.e. a div) and jQuery HTML5 Uploader will do the rest. Then you can drag & drop one or more files on the element and the files will be uploaded.
It also works with the multiple input file element.
The upload function is divided into two asynchronous operations: client side, the file is loaded in the browser memory with a FileReader object. Useful if you want, for example, to show the image preview while uploading a picture. The server side operation consists in sending the binary file string to the postUrl (see settings).
It has been tested and works on Firefox and Chrome.

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