Justified.js is a jQuery plugin that creates a justified image grid of supplied images. Fill all the spaces! This ineffect creates a elegant image galler.


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Bootstrap pagination is a Easily navigate pages from pagination section. Go directly to any page using input box. Give page number and press Enter. Set rows per page, using input box.


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Bouncy content filter is a space-saving content filter allows the users to switch from one category to the other in a fancy way! Each click fires the rotation of the gallery images, revealing the items belonging to the selected category.


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Simple responsive pricing tables, in 3 different styles and with a bouncy animation while switching to different plans.


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AniJS is a jQuery sliding menu that creates an responsive menu on your website.


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mb.thumbGrid is a jQuery gallery plugin used to display a grid of thumbnails as a slideshow with fancy CSS3 transitions. When you click on a thumbnail, the high resolution image will be displayed in a responsive lightbox.


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Snowfall is a jQuery plugin to create amazing snow falling effects on your web page.


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Image Select is an extension of Chosen a jQuery plugin that makes long, unwieldy select boxes much more user-friendly. It provides image support for Single and Multi select HTML tags.


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Water ripple is a jQuery plugin to simulate water ripples on the surface of an image. There are quite a few code snipplets on the internet to simulate water ripples in javascript-canvas. However the problem with them is that they’re published as bare-bone scripts with the settings hard coded inside the script. So the main task of this script is to give the developer an option to run this cool animation.


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jQuery Ajax File Uploader with Drag & Drop, including ajax upload and progress bar. The idea for this plugin is to keep it very simple; other options/plugins i found mess up a lot with the markup and provide some really ‘hacky’ ways to make it available for prehistoric browsers.


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