Masonry is a layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid. The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.
jquery masonry - layout plugin for jQuery
jQuery Frontier Calendar is a full month calendar plugin that looks like Google Calendar.
Drag-and-drop on agenda items.
Tooltips via a tooltip library of your choice.
iCal VEVENT import.
Customizable style via CSS file.
If you’re familiar with del.icio.us you will be familiar with the tag suggesting as-you-type support.
The reason why, the tagging works so well within del.icio.us is that it helps you create a subset of tags that you commonly use for different types of links. This way, it makes it easier to find tagged content later on. i.e. conversely if it didn’t suggest links, it would be likely that you would have different variations or even spellings of the same tag on (what should be) grouped content.
So, in an effort to adopt this approach, Ajax Tags Auto Suggestion jQuery Plugin is created for tag suggestion.
jQuery.popeye takes a different approach: not only allows it for browsing all thumbnails as well as the large images in a single image space, it also repects the page flow and stays anchored and rooted in the webpage at all times, thus giving a less disruptive user experience than modal windows.
Ketchup is a small (3.4KB minified & gzipped) jQuery Plugin that helps you to validate your forms. Out of the box it has 18 basic validations and a bubble like style. But truly this Plugin wants to be hacked to fit your needs. Easily write your own validations and overwrite/extend the default behaviour. Bubbles are not for everyone…
If you like the style of the bubbles and all validations you need are already included you can get this Plugin up and running like so: