This post presents 8 useful jQuery plugins which you can use in your future projects.
It is recommended you download the latest version of qTip to ensure you have the latest bug fixes and features available to date. You can do this by visiting our download page which features the latest library version under the “Latest version” section.
By default this plugin will read the title attribute of the element and convert it into fade-in tooltip that you can style any way you want. Important note, it doesn’t have to be an anchor tag. You can apply this script to any element(s) you want.
Uploadify is a jQuery plugin that allows the easy integration of a multiple (or single) file uploads on your website. It requires Flash and any backend development language. An array of options allow for full customization for advanced users, but basic implementation is so easy that even coding novices can do it.
Uploadify is available under the GPL and MIT licenses. This allows Uploadify to be used in a number of applications and commercial products.
jqUploader is a jquery plugin that substitutes html file input fields with a flash-based file upload widget, allowing to display a progressbar and percentage. It is designed to take most of its customization from the html code of your form directly – so you don’t have to do things twice . For instance, the maximum file size, if specified via html, will be recognized and used in the rich upload interface generated by jqUploader.
The plugin uses the form action attribute value (normally pointing to a server side script handling the upload and other data manipulations, and appends a variable “jqUploader=1” so that the upload code is initiated when it sees that key/value is on the posted data.
This rater is based on the code Ritesh Agrawal did. Unfortunatly his CSS and the hover technique breaks in some browsers. So i thought, why not use the best CSS star-rater known to man kind and throw it in the mix. I have used the CSS and technique from Komodo Media since it is stable and tested on many, many browsers.
This post has been written by the team here at Splashnology.com
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