jQuery Frontier Calendar is a full month calendar jQuery plugin that looks like Google Calendar. All UI elements such as next-month & previous-month buttons, add event form, edit event form, tooltips, etc, are not part of the calendar plugin. These are to be created by you so you can control how they look. Use the API hooks in your form elements to control the calendar.

When there are too many agenda items to fit within a day cell a “more” link appears. Clicking this link gives you a jquery modal dialog which displays all the agenda items that fall on that day. You may change the background image via the CSS file.

Published under: Calendar | MIT License

imgAreaSelect is a jQuery 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 like those on Flickr.

imgAreaSelect is highly configurable and customizable with CSS styling. Keyboard support for moving and resizing the selection. It works in all major browsers, including Firefox 2+, Opera 9.5+, Google Chrome, Safari 3+, and Internet Explorer 6+

Published under: Capture | GPL License | MIT License

The Lumebox is an Open-Source Lightbox clone written as a JavaScript jQuery plugin with a few added features. One of the main features is that it can parse RSS feeds just as easily as displaying images.

The Lumebox also searches the post or page for links leading to images (and RSS-feeds) and opens them in a popup instead of following them. The Lumebox was written using jQuery 1.4.3. The Lumebox plugin is released under the GNU GPL.

Published under: Gallery | GPL License

jquery.qrcode.js is jquery plugin for a pure browser qrcode generation. It allow you to easily add qrcode to your webpages. It is standalone, less than 4k after minify+gzip, no image download.

It doesnt rely on external services which go on and off, or add latency while loading. It is based on a library which build qrcode in various language. jquery.qrcode.js wraps it to make it easy to include in your own code. You can also try out QR-Code Generator.

Published under: Utilities | MIT License

Vegas Background jQuery plugin lets you add beautiful fullscreen backgrounds to your webpages. It even allows Slideshows. Slideshows of different backgrounds, transition and callbacks can be easily set up.

Most of the time, backgrounds are stretched a lot to fit big screens. An overlay with a texture can be added to mask the image degradation effects. It also adds a stylish look to your backgrounds. You can easily add overlay pattern to your backgrounds with CSS.

Published under: Gallery | GPL License | MIT License

Nick La has written a detail tutorial on how to create an Animated Scroll to Top as seen on Web Designer Wall. It is very simple to do with jQuery (just a few lines of code). It checks if the scrollbar top position is greater than certain value, then fade in the scroll to top button. Upon the link is clicked, it scrolls the page to the top.

Note the back to top button is linking to anchor #top which is the ID of the <body> tag. Technically speaking you don’t need to assign any anchor link because jQuery can scroll the page to any position. However, it is nice to include it because it provides a fallback if Javascript is not supported.

Published under: Information | License Free

Published under: Gallery | License Free

Ajax Autocomplete for jQuery allows you to easily create autocomplete / autosuggest boxes for text input fields.

It is built with focus on performance. Results for every query are cached and pulled from local cache for the same repeating query. If there are no results for particular query it stops sending requests to the server for other queries with the same root.

It has been tested on IE 7+, FF 2+, Safari 3+, Opera 9+. And it is is freely distributable under the terms of an MIT-style license.

Published under: Forms | MIT License

Awkward Showcase is a plugin for the JavaScript Framework jQuery. We call it a Content Slider. But it can do more then just slide the content. For example you can add tooltips, enable thumbnails, activate dynamic height and lots more.

It supports different View Modes. The showcase is easy to implement and very easy to customize in CSS. A slide can contain any type of HTML element. It’s an infinity slide. It is compatible with all the Major Browsers (Win & Mac).

jQuery Content Slider Awkward Showcase

Published under: Gallery | CC License

Peity is a simple jQuery plugin that converts an element’s content into a simple mini canvas pie, line or bar chart. It works on any browser that supports <canvas>: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari. Peity also adds a “change” event trigger to your graph elements, so if you update their data your can regenerate one or more charts by triggering change() on them.

Published under: Charts | MIT License