jQuery Mousewheel Intention

A jQuery plugin that provides a way to distinguish a user’s intentional mousewheel events from smooth scrolling events.

BindIt

A jQuery plugin to bind events with delay.

WheelEvent Plugin

Allow cross-browser attach mouse wheel event handler

jqSwipe

Minimal swipe special event for touch-enabled devices

jQuery plugin that emulates capturing events behavior

“.reggirt()” is “.trigger()”, reversed. You can now trigger events from a top container down to a deep target specified either by a selector or a jQuery collection, for each element in the chain, in the order similar to W3C Events capturing phase but with traditional jQuery event handlers. Prevents events from bubbling back to the … Continue reading

onEnter

Automatically creates a Javascript handle for all onenter events the same way browsers natively support onclick, onblur, etc.