I love the concept behind jQuery ProQuo.
In it’s current state, it would work well for static pages, you could probably tie it in for some other nifty stuff too, but please, oh please, will someone turn jQuery ProQuo into a WordPress plugin!
Check this out:
I’m always on the lookout for solid slideshows and Camera by Pixedelic is.
Plus, it comes in two different forms. You can use the straight jQuery version or go the easy route with the WordPress plugin. Both bustin’ with sweet options and good looks.
Camera slideshow is an open source project based on Diapo, and has some really nice touches.
As a web designer in the UK, the new EU Cookie Law is something I’m (sadly) having to deal with!
[Editor's Note: If it can happen in the UK, it can happen in the United States.]
I’ve been looking at a number of compliance methods and I’ve found one, that I think is the best out there.
As you can see, the Slick Menu plugin has plenty of options.
You can download the jQuery plugin or easily add it to WordPress via the Slick Menu WordPress plugin.
This jQuery gallery plugin is really nice.
Even if you’re wanting to use a gallery jQuery plugin, this is a nice option, but the mobile friendly aspect is top notch.
After running the demo on iOS, I was sold.
Noty is a jQuery plugin that makes building an alert, success, error , information and confirmation message a breeze!
You an have your notification display on every part of the screen – top, top-center, bottom, center, top left, top right, bottom left or bottom right.
There are many other options in the API, as well, text, animation, speed, buttons and more.
With this jQuery Map Marker Plugin, you can integrate Google Maps into your website with style.
This would be great to use for adding a map to your church website, complete with custom map marker.
Multiple campuses? No problem. This plugin makes it easy to add multiple markers using Google’s Google Map API v3.
According styled layouts can really help jam a lot of info without using a lot of space. Akordean is a stylish free jQuery plugin that includes a few customization options:
Rhinoslider is a very flexible jQuery slider, but what impressed me more, was how polished it is. Rhinoslider looks more like a premium jQuery plugin.
Simply download Rhinoslider, embed as necessary and call the function. Nothing too complicated.
If you don’t like the style option’s included with Rhinoslider, you can dig into the provided API and develop your own. But, what if you like Rinoslider out of the box and you want to use the built in options? Here’s where it it gets slick.