Here in this article, we list the best 15 jQuery plugins that will rock your website.
jQZoom allows you to put a small magnifier window close to the image or images on your web page easily. Great for an image gallery.
jQuery Virtual Tour allows you to add interactivity and transform a panoramic image into a virtual tour.
jqDnR is a lightweight plugin for jQuery that lets you drag, drop, and resize elements. jqDnR provides the all the basic elastic functionality most dialogs will need. Basic and simple and easy to use.
This jQuery plugin allows you to easily add “date picker” calendars to you HTML forms. These calendars make it much quicker, easier and less error prone for people to input certain types of dates.
The jQuery Lightbox plugin adds a beautiful background effect while giving the images a clean and round shaped layout as thumbnails.
Adding notes to the images is a functionality that can be very useful at times. This is a very light weight plugin that lets you incorporate the image notes functionality without the need of any custom coding.
Want to have fun with jQuery? Tetris is a very popular and simple game. This plugin implements tetris using jQuery only.
Charts are the ultimate productivity tools. With jQuery Charts Plugin, you don’t have to rely upon any third party software to create charts and illustrations.
This plugin helps you implement a very nice looking rounded corner jQuery style interface.
It delays loading of images in (long) pages. Images below the fold (far down in the page) wont be loaded before user scrolls down. This is exact opposite of image preloading
A beautiful plugin that enables you to embed very nice looking image strips across your website with very little effort.
The jQeury plugin helps you to embed a Mac OSX type Icon Dock right inside your website.
A plugin for selecting a rectangular area of an image. It allows web developers to easily implement image cropping functionality, as well as other user interface features, such as photo notes
This plugin can be used for navigation purposes. You decide how many to show at a time with CSS.
The items don’t need to be aligned, you can spread them as much as you want, it will always find them
This is yet another accordion script, except you don’t have to click to open one item, you just move your mouse over it.