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For using this plugin, you must own a flickr account. The aim was to build a bottom photobar that one can easily integrate into a website. It is hidden initially and slides up when the handle is clicked. First, the photo sets are shown and when one of them is chosen, all its images can be viewed as thumbnails. When a thumbnail is clicked, a full image view appears as an overlay.
This jQuery plugin lets you to show a full page image gallery with a nice thumbnail area that scrolls automatically when moving the mouse. The idea is to allow the user to slightly zoom into the picture by clicking on it. The thumbnails bar slides down and the image resizes according to the screen size.
This gorgeous jQuery script is Free for all use, even commercial with no permission required. It was last updated in November 20, 2010. It’s a really easy to install and customize besides, the effect you’e;; get is quite amazing, why don’t you give it a try?
This is how the Pikachoose developer explains his scrip “This is a easier option for those who think galleria might be too complicated, or nivo doesn’t fully do what they wanted” Pikachoose was last updated in May, 19 2011, get it while still hot!
So, what exactly does Supersized do? Resizes images to fill browser while maintaining image dimension ratio Cycles Images/backgrounds via slideshow with transitions and preloading Navigation controls with keyboard support Integration with flickr – pull photos by user, set or group. The current version is 3.1.3, was released on March 3rd, 2011 and is completely available for you under both MIT/GPL license.
You can get the latest Version, which is 1.1.7 and was updated on May 2nd, 2011. Slides is licensed under the Apache license, nd the programmer keep posting updates in his twitter account for you to follow if you’re interested in getting in touch.The Elegant Image Slider was released under the creative commons license, it was last updated on May 19, 2011. The creator knows there are a lot of jQuery image galleries out there, some of which are quite lovely (Galleria springs to mind). However, He’d yet to discover a really nice-looking, full-window sliding image gallery that is simple and elegant, and that also shows off the photos to good effect. That’s why he decided to write one! This tutorial will show you how to expand the stacked images with jQuery. There is a stack of images that have very small margin between each image, and the slider have a function to make the margin larger, really easy to imagine right? This is a quite simple yet beautifully done image slider, it has all the basic in a non flashy way so you can implemented in any kind of website that need a image slider gallery. This is such a visually intereactive slider, it has a lot of movement and really doesn’t need anything else to be added to it, that’s why the last update was made in October 10, 2010. In this last update some of the added features were unlimited scrolling and number of images, customizable optional headers, description text, hyperlink, autoplay (paused on hover), keyboard support, multiple instances per page and gives you 3 example styles out of the box. This image gallery plugin was developed by Alaa Badran on March 13, 2011 under the GNU General Public License. It simply showcase the images one after another. It’s clean and simple. On July 29, 2010 jFlow Plus became into an update to the popular ultra-light-weight jFlow slider released in 2008. This new addition comes with an auto slide an pause functionality and will be continually updated with additional features. jFlow Plus is an easy to implement, customizable and light-weight jQuery slider that is a great solution for you project needs. This is free software released under the GNU license.
Highslide JS is under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license, this means you’ll need the author’s permission to use Highslide JS on commercial websites but he will happily provide you support in his website if required.
This jQuery script was created in 2009 and includes a lot of the most basic effects, so is perfect if you’re just starting in the jQuery world and is really easily modified, so, go and see the demo, yoou might be interest in getting it.
Shadowbox uses HTML markup that validates, so it doesn’t depend on phony HTML attributes in your anchor tags to make it work. It’s just as easy to run it as a standalone app, giving the developer a great deal of flexibility. supports a host of options that make it highly configurable.
This is one of the most outstanding and beautiful jQuery based image gallery, it was updated on April 7th, 2011, it’s still warm and delicious! besides, the author is really interested for the users feeddback, don’t hesitate and become part of this group of users.
You can redistribute or modify the Smooth DIV Scroll under the GNU General Public License terms. It was last updated in 2010 and allows simple controls gallery, rotates and displays an image by fading it into view over the previous one, with navigation controls that pop up when the mouse rolls over the Gallery. They allow the user to play/pause, or step through to a specific image within the gallery. Last but not least, the gallery supports persistence of the last viewed image via session cookies, so going away then coming back to the gallery calls up the last viewed image within a browser session.