Elastic Columns is a lightweight jQuery plugin that will suit your needs if you want to build a grid of items using columns with equal widths.
GridList is a drag and drop library for two-dimensional, resizable and responsive lists.
RowGrid.js is a small, lightweight jQuery plugin for placing items in straight rows. It's responsive and can be use infinite scrolling.
Fluid (responsive, adaptive) layout is today a default requirement when developing a website and, whether we want it or not, we somehow re-orient our thinking towards a tablet-like approach in working with website layouts.
GridSystem is a plugin to help you calculate and deal with columns and responsive layout.
A template for a split layout with two sides. When clicking on a half in the initial view, the layout moves into the respective direction with some transition effects.
Since the grid is a client-side solution loading data dynamically through Ajax callbacks, it can be integrated with any server-side technology, including PHP, ASP, Java Servlets, JSP, ColdFusion, and Perl.
Wallpaper is a jQuery plugin for smooth-scaling, element-filling backgrounds. A really simple way to add element-filling background images.
Freewall is a responsive and cross-browser jQuery plugin for creating dynamic grid layouts for desktop, mobile and tablet.
Freewall allows you to create many types of grid layout (flexible layout, images layout, pinterest-like layout, etc) with nice CSS3 animation effects and call back events.
Shuffle is a jQuery plugin to categorize, sort, and filter a responsive grid of items
A simple view mode switch that has two example layouts, a grid and a list. The layout is defined by a view class that gets applied to the main wrapper. Some example media queries show how to make things responsive.
Gridly is a jQuery plugin to enable dragging and dropping as well as resizing on a grids.
Mason was created to solve a problem with most grid system currently available. Gaps. When using Masonry, Isotope or any of the other grid plugins out there sometimes your grid will contain gaps or ragged edges. Mason was made to fill those gaps in.
Built on the idea of true masonry when a grid is constructed there are bound to be holes, so Mason calculates where those holes are fills them in.