All jQuery UI

20 Impressive jQuery Plugins to Replace the HTML Select Box

The traditional HTML select element is not very powerful out of the box, it lacks in more substantive features. Today, the web demands controls with multiple features for a user-friendly experience and the traditional HTML select box just can’t compete. Features like multi-select, grouping, hierarchical lists, and custom HTML markup make light work of projects […]
Read the rest of this entry »

10 jQuery Panorama Plugins

In this post, find a compiled list of 10 jQuery Panorama plugins which you can use to display panorama image or 360 degree view of any image. These plugins are easy to integrate in your website. 1. iPanorama 360° - jQuery Plugin iPanorama 360° jQuery Plugin is a lightweight and rich-feature panorama viewer for the […]
Read the rest of this entry »

11 Newest jQuery Progress Bar Plugins

Progress bars are ideal for letting end-users know that something is loading on a website, and they also help to provide a better user experience. In this post, find a compiled list of 11 newest jQuery progress bar plugins which are lightweight, eye catching, and easy to integrate.  You can use these plugins to integrate […]
Read the rest of this entry »

14 Useful jQuery Plugins for Creating Sticky Elements

Sticky elements are a fun way of improving the navigation and display ads on a web page. The sticky elements and headers make it easy to reach the menu without having to scroll to it every time. These sticky elements can be created on a web page with the help of CSS but the process […]
Read the rest of this entry »

10 Responsive jQuery UI Snippets

jQuery has gained immense popularity due to its simplicity in designing websites and a number of other benefits and features. jQuery turned out to be a blessing because it saves designers time in not having to rewrite codes for every screen. Here are some of the top fresh, simple and beautifully responsive jQuery UI snippets: […]
Read the rest of this entry »

Autocomplete Migration Guide

The jQuery Autocomplete plugin got a successor recently, the jQuery UI Autocomplete. In this guide we'll look at the old plugin API step-by-step, and how to migrate to the new API. At first it may look like the new plugin supports barely any of the old options. We'll see how all the old options can […]
Read the rest of this entry »