This plugin allows you to add an accordion in vertical or horizontal position , it can be auto slide, allows your own mouse events and can be nested.

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The Grid Accordion works with the same theory as most other accordions. Only one cell is open at a time. The big thing is that the column of the current open cell expands to a reasonable reading width.

Nowadays everybody knows that javascript can be used to validate input data in HTML forms before sending off the content to a server. Despite of that, when there are many fields in the form, the JavaScript validation becomes too complex and boring to code. That's why fValidator exists, with it form validations are many times easier.

Plugin that allows the easy integration of a multiple (or single) file uploads on your website. Using a single file input element ? sort of ? to upload multiple files.

Instead of creating images or using flash just to show your site's graphic text in the font you want, you can use typeface.js and write in plain HTML and CSS, just as if your visitors had the font installed locally. Here's what it takes to get going: load the typeface.js library and some typeface.js fonts, then proceed like normal.

Displays images or even rich HTML by side scrolling them left or right. Users can step to any specific panel on demand, or browse the gallery sequentially by stepping through x number of panels each time. A smooth sliding animation is used to transition between steps. And fear not in taming this script to go exactly where you want it to- two public methods, two custom event handlers, and three "status" variables are here for that purpose.

This plugin allows you to add a dropdown menu to your web site, it has a severals skins included and also you can create your own. you can use it as horizontal or vertical menu

This plugin allows you to simulate a very popular and attractive Mootools accordion effect with jQuery. Acordeons are very usefull to show too many options in a reduced space.

Twitter uses a brilliant technique for loading more information; you click the link and fresh items magically appear on the screen. This tutorial teaches you to use AJAX, CSS, JavaScript, JSON, PHP, and HTML to create that magic. This tutorial will also feature both jQuery and MooTools versions of the script.

Lightweight and flexible transformation of an unordered list into an expandable and collapsable tree, great for unobtrusive navigation enhancements. Supports both location and cookie based persistence.

This is a simple Accordion menu done in JQuery. Links with subitems under them will expand the submenu when clicked. Items that don't have subitems are normal links. The menu initialises with the first submenu expanded.

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