jQuery image gallery always a first choice to developers when you want to displaying a large volume of images on websites.
Today we are going to present 10 beautiful jQuery Image Gallery Plugins for Designers & Developers. Enjoy!
TN3 Gallery is a full fledged HTML based customizable jQuery image gallery with slideshow, transitions and multiple album options. Compatible with all modern desktop and mobile browsers. Powered by jQuery.
Awesome Mobile Image Gallery Web App
With more and more users browsing the web with a mobile device, it’s time to begin with mobile web development. In this tutorial we are going to develop a simple mobile image gallery using the amazing jQTouch jQuery plugin for mobile web development. jQTouch is a jQuery plugin with native animations, automatic navigation, and themes for mobile WebKit browsers like iPhone, iPod Touch, G1, and Pre.
Nearly all of the styling for this plugin is done in css. The trick is to layout the grid by floating the list items. The first thing the plugin will then do, is convert these all to absolutely positioned. This is what allows the plugin to zoom in on an individual image and then return it to its place.
Micro Image Gallery: A jQuery Plugin
Here’s an improved version of the Micro Image Gallery Plugin. I have added some features as suggested in the comments, specifically the auto play function, the possibility to add descriptions for each image, and the cycle mode. Note that the auto play function can only be set if the cycle option is also set. To add descriptions for the images, just place your text inside the alt attribute of the image tag, like shown further in the HTML Structure section.
Galleriffic is a jQuery plugin that provides a rich, post-back free experience optimized to handle high volumes of photos while conserving bandwidth. I am not so great at spelling, and it was much later that I realized that the more appropriate spellings would be Gallerific or Gallerrific, but is too late now for a name change, so Galleriffic remains.
Infinite Scrolling Web Gallery
When working my way through a web gallery, I find it annoying when I must change pages; so in today’s tutorial, we will learn how to create an auto-generating, one-page, infinite scrolling gallery with PHP and AJAX. Let’s get started!
Supersized – fullscreen slideshow up and running.
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.
jQuery-based slideshow plugins are everywhere. You’ve got your image galleries. You’ve got your content sliders. Some fade, some slide. Some have thumbnails, some don’t. Some are automated, some aren’t. When you step back, however, they all boil down to the same mechanic cycling through some form of content. I’ve set out to create a single plugin that is flexible enough to create all those galleries and slideshows, and more.
Polaroid Photobar Gallery with jQuery
In this tutorial we are going to create an image gallery with a Polaroid look. We will have albums that will expand to sets of slightly rotated thumbnails that pop out on hover. The full image will slide in from the bottom once a thumbnail is clicked. In the full image view the user can navigate through the pictures or simply choose another thumbnail to be displayed.
Full Page Image Gallery with jQuery
In this tutorial we are going to create a stunning full page gallery with scrollable thumbnails and a scrollable full screen preview. The idea is to have a thumbnails bar at the bottom of the page that scrolls automatically when the user moves the mouse. When a thumbnail is clicked, it moves to the center of the page and the full screen image is loaded in the background. Now the user can move up and down and the image will get scrolled automatically, giving him the opportunity to see all of the image.
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