The Carousel plugin is a component for cycling through elements, like a carousel (slideshow).
A 3D perspective carousel for jQuery/Zepto focused on performance, based on the original Cloud Carousel by Professor Cloud.
Very usefull script when your tabs do not fit in a single row. This script takes the not fitting tabs and makes a new dropdown tab. In the dropdown there are all the tabs that do not fit.
Tabslet is yet another jQuery plugin for tabs, is lightweight, is easy-to-use, is compatible with IE7+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and jQuery 1.8.1, 1.9.1, 1.11.0, 2.1.0. and supports custom events, rotation, animation and controls.
A full width tab component with some example media queries for adjusting the icons of the tabs and the content layout. The main idea is to show only icons for the mobile view and allow the text to appear when there’s enough space. The content columns and the containing media boxes have three different layouts.
This Blueprint is a simple jQuery content slider. It has a sliding area for content and a tab-like navigation at the bottom. The slider is fluid, meaning that it will adjust to the parent’s container width and height. A couple of media queries show how to minimalise the look by just leaving icons for the navigation when the screen is very small. The content area will become scrollable if there isn’t enough space available. Every list item is a slide and and it has a corresponding link element in the navigation.
“jQuery Accordion Menu” is a menu with accordion behavior.”
Easy responsive tabs – is a lightweight jQuery plugin which optimizes normal horizontal or vertical tabs to accordion on multi devices like: web, tablets, Mobile (IPad & IPhone). This plugin adapts the screen size and changes its action accordingly.
A simple CSS accordion menu with support for sub level items.
Today’s resource is a handy accordion menu with support for groups/subitems. It works with CSS only, using the :checked pseudo-class selector on the checkboxes input elements. However we included a version with jQuery as well, in case you prefer a subtle animation compared to the instant default effect. Your call!
Triggers classes on html elements based on the scroll position. It makes use of requestAnimationFrame so it doesn’t jack the users scroll, that way the user / browser keeps their original scroll behaviour.