Mosaiqy is a jQuery plugin for viewing and zooming photo working on Opera 9+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 3.2+, Chrome and IE7+. Photos are retrieved from a JSON/JSONP data structure and randomly moved inside the grid. All expensive animations are taken over by your GPU on recent browsers using CSS3 transitions, minimizing the CPU overhead.
IMGr is a jQuery plugin for rounding image corners. The script utilizes CSS3 in modern web browsers, and VML in Internet Explorer 8 and below.
Slicebox makes use of the 3D transforms properties and allows different kind of effects. The main idea is to create three-dimensional image slices that will rotate and reveal the next image as another side of the 3d object. In case the browser does not support 3D transformations, a simple slider will be used as fallback.
Please note that you can only see the cool 3d effect of Slicebox in a browser that supports those CSS3 properties.
My Thumbnail jQuery plugin creates image thumbnails on client side for multiple images in a page. My Thumbnail help you to generate uniform size images. Of course, the original aspect ratio of the picture is maintained.
If your browser support css3, you can get a best (inner) fit image for your specified thumbnail size. Also, round corner is supported for css3 capable browser.
jQuery Transit is a plugin that takes all the major CSS3 transitions and transformations and packages them up into one quick and easy to use plugin. Rotate on the X and Y planes, 3D Transitions, Scale and Skew, and every other possible CSS3 transformation.
TouchTouch is a jQuery plugin that turns a collection of photos on a webpage into a touch-friendly mobile gallery. It works on all major browsers (except for IE7 and below) and most importantly is specifically designed with iOS and Android in mind.
Sequence is the jQuery slider plugin with infinite style. It provides the complete functionality for a website slider without forcing you to use a set theme.
While CSS3 allows us to rotate letters, it is quite complicated to arrange each letter along a curved path. Arctext.js is a jQuery plugin that let’s you do exactly that. Based on Lettering.js, it calculates the right rotation of each letter and distributes the letters equally across the imaginary arc of the given radius.