Get information about hidden DOM elements
.subordinate() is a combination of .append() and .find(). It appends an element but returns this new created jQuery object. That makes your code way much shorter and cleaner, when building complex DOM structures on-the-fly.
jQuery plugin to make it easier to create on-the-fly HTML elements and insert them into the DOM.
jQuery.eye is a jQuery plugin for monitoring changes made to elements’ DOM or CSS properties as well as monitoring changes of the returned results from jQuery methods ran on a given element. When a change is detected a callback function is fired. Additionally provided are methods for pausing a watch, starting a watch, and retrieving … Continue reading
jQuery plugin for DOM change observer events
jQuery plugin for gentle animation of (list) elements being removed or added to the DOM. Inspired by the selfheal design pattern from Yahoo’s Design Pattern Library.
Allows useful callbacks to be fired at set “breakpoints” or window sizes reached upon resizing the viewport so as to create responsive web applications.
A simple jQuery plugin to get or set a node’s outer HTML, a la IE’s [formerly] proprietary `outerHTML` property on elements. Get the outer HTML contents of the first node in the set of matched elements or set the outer HTML contents of every matched node.
Get Outer HTML lets you get the “outer HTML” of an element, including the element itself, even in browsers that do not natively support that. This is a very small plugin which does not include a setter for those who don’t need a setter.