July 17, 2024

8 Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins

jQuery helps us web designers and developers do some amazing things, and plugins make it almost too easy. That’s why it’s an obsession of mine to find new ones. I’ve been on the lookout for the past couple of weeks, and I’ve collected some good ones. Here are 8 Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins.



Isotype is a jQuery plugin for creating dynamic and intelligent layouts. It also lets you reveal & hide items with filtering, re–order items with sorting – all done with captivating animations.



jQuewy is a simple, efficient, and lightweight loader for javascript functions, with a powerful CDN-ready backend.



Sausage is a jQuery UI widget for contextual pagination. It complements long or infinite-scrolling pages by keeping the user informed of her location within the document.



ImageLens is a jQuery plug-in to add lens style zooming effect to an image.



This jQuery plugin is an experimental approach to enhancing web time picking.



This jQuery plugin produces an online code explorer. It allows for different themes, multiple instances, fullscreen mode, github connections, and much more.

960 Grid on jQuery-Mobile


960 Grid on jQuery-Mobile is a port of 960 grid to jquery mobile. It merge the flexibility of 960.gs, and the ease of jquery mobile. It aims to bring more flexibility to jquery-mobile layout and thus make it easier to use on tablets.



jMenu is a jQuery plugin that enables us to create horizontal navigations with unlimited sub-menus.


Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.


  1. bristol rich Reply

    These are some really fresh jQuery design examples of some really cool techniques. I’m especially partial to Isotype as it’s good to see web design technology borrowing ideas from mobile devices such as text prediction etc…

  2. Angelee Reply

    Honestly, I’m still confused with how to make use of the jquery plugin. I onced had an issue with my site’s jquery and I don’t wanna disturb it again. For the future sites that I’ll be putting on, I should know jquery better.

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