Chardin.js is a jQuery plugin that creates a simple instruction overlay (like that of Gmail) with instructions.
Chardin.js can be used within a specific element. It has few methods and less events, but the plugin is still very effective.
The information (i.e., the description of an element, its ‘instructions) is added to elements via tags.
Sonic is a neat little JS library that creates looping thingies (loaders).
Sonic works by drawing a shape at tiny intervals along a preset path. It’s fairly simple to use and, with a bit of experimentation, you can create highly original spinners.
It’s pretty fast, and for older browsers there’s also SonicGIF which turns your precious spinners into GIF images.
Sidr is a jQuery plugin for creating responsive side menus.
Sidr’s created menus can be filled with either remote or local content; menus can be created in both sides and are fully responsive (but they work well for desktops too).
There are two themes available for dark and light designs.
CSSmatic is a set of useful CSS tools for web designers.
CSSmatic has four kinds of tools as of now: a gradient generator; a border radius ‘manager’; a noise texture generator and a shadow generator.
The toolset gives you code which you get from merely setting up parameters with an user interface.
uiFaces is a one-page application for getting mockup avatars.
uiFaces allows customizing the avatar grid — rounding the edges; creating extra blank space between avatars; etc.
Then, once you’re satisfied with the result, you can simply take a screenshot and you have something to use in mockups.
iCheck is a small library that creates sexy jQuery checkboxes and radio buttons.
iCheck comes with six different skins and itself weighs a single kilobyte.
The plugin combats some common mishaps when design elements are styled with CSS3.
As such, it has the following useful features:
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