My jQuery Plugins
I’ve amassed a few plugins over the last few years. Several of my more popular plugins have been merged into jQuery core in one form or another.
Batch is a jQuery plugin that gives you the ability to batch the results of any jQuery method or plugin into an Array.
A jQuery plugin that helps ease the pain when having to deal with IE z-index issues.
A jQuery plugin that provides method for copying events from one element to another.
A jQuery plugin that provides an unobtrusive input and textarea character counter.
jQuery plugin that lets you iterate the given function for each slice of
A jQuery plugin that auto-expands textareas to fit the contents as a user types.
Live Query utilizes the power of jQuery selectors by binding events or firing callbacks for matched elements auto-magically, even after the page has been loaded and the DOM updated.
A jQuery plugin that adds cross-browser mouse wheel support.
A jQuery plugin to help implement the over label technique described in Making Compact Forms More Accessible by Mike Brittain on ALA.
A jQuery plugin that detects if one or more elements are overlapping.
A jQuery plugin that adds spellcheck support to inputs using the Google spell checker API.
A collection of jQuery special events that provide more precision over normal DOM events.
These are other projects that I've either written myself or contribute to.