Here with showcased Complete 95+ Stunning Jquery effects examples, with Tutorials For Your reference and Inspirations.
01. Zoomer Gallery
In this demo, what appears to be a regular static image gallery is given some extra interactivity by using a multi-layer zoom effect when hovering over an image.
This demo shows the much used Flash effect of circling an image around a page – all done using jQuery.
03. Making a Photoshoot Effect With jQuery & CSS
Although this demo may seem like eye-candy at first glance, it could be a very powerful tool for working with large images when coupled with AJAX or HTML5 local storage.
04. Awesome Bubble Navigation
Here the developer makes good use of color transitions and animation to produce a very attractive and interactive menu.
05. Beautiful Background Image Navigation
In this demo each user action triggers several transitions which all act to fully immerse the user in the interface.
AviaSlider uses classic Flash-like transition effects to enhance what would appear to be a standard slider interface.
07. Background Image Slideshow
Animated backgrounds are one of the areas where Flash used to dominate in web design. Here is an example using jQuery instead.
08. Panning Slideshow
Another unique take on the typical slideshow interface. Here the author adds diagonal navigation to spice up the interface and to make it stand out.
09. iCarousel – Horizontal images slider
Another slideshow that adds just a touch of easing to make the transitions really stand out. It’s no wonder that they chose to showcase sexy Mac products in this demo.
10. Cloud Zoom
A plugin that looks like it was designed with eCommerce in mind. Cloud Zoom is easy to implement and can really enhance the user’s experience.
11. Sponsor Flip Wall With jQuery & CSS
In this tutorial you’ll learn to create an interactive sponsor wall that fits a lot of information and organize it clearly, so that the emphasis is put on your sponsors, and not on other elements of your design.
12. Full Page Image Gallery
13. Collapsing Site Navigation
14. Slide Down Box Menu
15. Stunning Circular Motion Effect with jQuery
16. Full Page Image Gallery with jQuery
17. Flip! A jQuery plugin
This demo mimics the popular card flip technique which can rotate an element 360 degrees around its own x or y-axis.
18. jQuery Quicksand plugin
This is a great plugin for sorting an array of elements/icons on a page with nice fade-in/fade-out and animation effects.
This image viewer is similar to Apple’s CoverFlow interface that has become so familiar in their various products and applications.
20. Building an interactive map with jQuery instead of Flash
This demo joins the power of jQuery with Ajax to really create an engaging interface.
21. Slideout Tips With jQuery & CSS3
Clicking on the “+” symbols reveals additional information with a nice smooth animation effect.
22. Photo Zoom Out Effect
This demo looks deceptively simple, but upon further examination you will find there are several layers to the complexity of the zoom-out effect.
23. Sliding Boxes and Captions with jQuery
Here we get to see how powerful transitions can be created using jQuery, a technique once reserved for Flash developers only.
24. CSS3 Lightbox Gallery
This plugin looks like it was written specifically for social-media. Dragging and dropping a photo on top of the “share box” will open a modal window that can be the interface to call an API via AJAX which can allow the user to share a photo on Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, and other sites.
25. jqFancy Transitions
This plugin can be used to display your photos as a slideshow with fancy Flash-like transition effects.
26. Making an Interactive Picture with jQuery
This demo can be used to take advantage of websites where there is lots of screen space. Clicking on a section of the website reveals a modal box which displays more information about the clicked section.
27. Apple-like Retina Effect
Anyone who has used an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad is familiar with the “Retina View” that will enlarge a small area on the screen when you touch the area for an extended period of time. This demo implements this effect for the desktop.
28. Photo Zoom Out Effect
Here you’ll learn how to create a simple image zoom out effect with jQuery. The idea is show some images which are zoomed in initially and when hovering over an image it gets zoomed out. This effect could be used in photography websites or image galleries.
Jcrop is the quick and easy way to add image cropping functionality to your web application. It combines the ease-of-use of a typical jQuery plugin with a powerful cross-platform DHTML cropping engine that is faithful to familiar desktop graphics applications.
30. jQuery Captify Plugin
Captify is a plugin for jQuery written by Brian Reavis (@brianreavis) to display simple, pretty image captions that appear on rollover. It has been tested on Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and the wretched Internet Explorer.
31. Animate Panning Slideshow with jQuery
In this tutorial you’ll take the makings of a classic slideshow, but use a different kind of transition to animate between slides.
jSquares is a jQuery plugin that pops up an image and a description in an overlay on hover.
A plugin to easily add and save annotations on an image.
Zoomooz is an easy-to-use jQuery plugin for making any web page element zoom.
iViewer is a plugin used to load and view image in container with ability to zoom image and to drag it with mouse in container.
36. SIDEWAYS – jQuery fullscreen image gallery
A simple, yet elegant fullscreen image gallery.
37. Nivo Slider
38. An HTML5 Slideshow w/ Canvas & jQuery
39. Image Flow 0.9
40. jquery mb.gallery
A full featured photo gallery, with navigation toolbar, thumbnails, autosize frame; you can also use it to show a public Flickr set or all public Flickr user photos.
42. Supersized jQuery Plugin
AviaSlider, a slideshow plugin features unique transition effects, includes an image preloader, autoplay and stop, supports linked images and size of only 8 kb works with jQuery lower and higher versions.
444. The Lof JSiderNews Plugin
Base on the Jquery Framework and the Easing Plugin, The JSiderNews Plugin is a slideshow plugin that displaying images or type of content and support favious navigation to previous|next items.
45. Creating a Slick Auto-Playing Featured Content Slider
46. GalleryView: A jQuery Content Gallery Plugin
GalleryView aims to provide jQuery users with a flexible, attractive content gallery that is both easy to implement and a snap to customize.
47. Simple Slideshow using Mootools / JQuery
48. A Beautiful Apple-style Slideshow Gallery With CSS & jQuery
49. Zoomable & Interactive Map
50. Sideways – Fullscreen Gallery
51. Apple-like Retina Effect
54. WYSIWYG Editor
55. Movie Search App
56. An easy way to create light-box with jQuery & CSS
57. COIN SLIDER
58. Presentation Cycle
59. 3D Cloud Carousel
60. LofCoolFlashNews Plugin
62. Slide Deck
SlideDeck is a powerful slider plugin made for web designers. With SlideDeck, you can organize any type of web content into a beautiful and user-friendly slider.
63. Thumbnails Navigation Gallery with jQuery
64. Custom Animation Banner with jQuery
65. Annotation Overlay Effect with jQuery
66. Compact News Previewer with jQuery
67. Posts Slide Out Boxes with jQuery and CSS3
68. Latest Tweets Tooltip with jQuery
69. Minimalistic Slideshow Gallery with jQuery
70. Randomizer App w/ jQuery
71. Google Powered Site Search with jQuery
72. Animated 404 Page
73. Feature Suggest App w/ PHP, MySQL & jQuery
74. Dynamic FAQ Section
75. Create A Funky Parallax Background Effect
In this tutorial, we’ll be using JQuery to take a horizontally scrolling website and add a parallax scrolling background effect reminiscent of old-school 2D platform games like Sonic the Hedgehog.
76. Auto-Moving Parallax Background
77. Animated Header in jQuery
We are going to build a header that animates it’s background. We will also encase the header in shadow for the little extra dramatic effect.
78. Cartoon-like Background Image Animation
79. Animated Cartoon Robot
Aside from being a fun exercise, what purpose does something like this have? None that’s plainly obvious. Its about as useful as a miniature ship in a bottle. Yet it does have an underlying purpose. It could inspire someone to look beyond the perceived constraints of web designers and developers.