3-State Sticky Column
This here thang’ provides three separate states to manage a sticky DOM element. It can be flush to the top of its container, floating (as the page is scrolled down), or flush to the bottom of its container (for example, when a footer scrolls into view and pushes the bottom up). It doesn’t rely on .scrollTop() so it’s more efficient and doesn’t create a jerky scrolling effect.
WordPress Scrubber Gallery
A custom WordPress gallery. This version modifies the default WP gallery with an “image stack” that you can hover over and scrub through to view. I made a simple jQuery plugin to handle the scrubbing part, while the WP hook handles the HTML part.
A simple jQuery plugin (with sample CSS/HTML) that manages a “tabbed” interface. I use various incarnations of this in many of my projects.
Full-screen Image Rotator
As the name says, a simple rotator plugin. There’s a bit of related CSS (w/js fallback) to place the images into the entire browser’s viewport. (Note: I’m currently re-developing this)
With all the websites now designed to accommodate a variety of screen- and device sizes, it was necessary to create a carousel which could dynamically adapt its width. This carousel will grow or shrink alongside a site that’s resizing via css media queries.
Not Lightbox, nor ThickBox, nor the like. But it’s basically a very lightweight, svelte version thereof. I wrote it because I wanted something small and dedicated, designed to only do one thing – display images. The reason it’s so small is that there is no code / hacks to support older, non-CSS3 compliant browsers.
ImageBook and Gallery
A simple gallery / image rotator. Just a sketch of something I had once done and wanted to put somewhere.