Stefan Gabos web developer extraordinaire
Contains lots of comments to help you get going easily. It is truly object-oriented, it implements public and private methods as well as public and private properties, making it the ideal candidate for when building both simple and complex jQuery plugins. It does not adhere to the suggestions made by the jQuery documentation regarding Plugins/Authoring and by doing so it provides better performance and memory usage by not creating multiple instances of itself and attaching them to the target DOM elements.
Zebra_Accordion is a tiny (2KB minified) accordion plugin for jQuery. It transforms a basic definition list, without requiring any other specific markup, into a small-footprint, easily configurable, fully customizable, cross-browser accordion widget, useful for better organizing larger groups of content.
Zebra_Cookie, an extremely small (~500 bytes minified) jQuery plugin for writing, reading and deleting cookies.
A small, compact and highly configurable date picker plugin for jQuery
Zebra_Pin is a lightweight (around 2KB minified) and adaptive (things work as expected when you manually resize the browser window) jQuery plugin for pinning elements to the page or to a container element, so that the element stays visible even if the user scrolls the page. This type of elements are also referred to as “fixed position elements” or “sticky elements”.
Zebra_TransForm is a tiny (3KB minified) jQuery plugin for styling the appearance of checkboxes, radio buttons and select boxes without sacrificing functionality and accessibility: the elements preserve their tabindex order, give visual feedback when having the focus, can be accessed by using the keyboard, and look and behave in the same way in all major browsers (and degrades gracefully in IE6).
Zebra_Tooltips is a lightweight jQuery plugin for creating simple, but smart and visually attractive tooltips, featuring nice transitions and offering a wide range of configuration options. Besides the default behavior of tooltips showing when user hovers the element, tooltips may also be shown and hidden programmatically using the API. When shown programmatically, the tooltips will feature a “close” button and clicking it will be the only way of closing tooltips opened this way – useful for drawing users’ attention to specific areas of a website. Zebra_Tooltips make use of NO IMAGES (uses CSS3 for rounded corners and drop shadow and falls back gracefully for browsers that don’t support CSS3) and the tooltips can be attached to any element not just anchor tags!