This tiny (5KB) jQuery bootstrap plugin turns any
div into a WYSIWYG rich-content editor. Here are the key features:
freshereditor is an html editor built base on the jQuery ContentEditable plugin with the following improvements:
Textillate.js combines some awesome libraries to provide a ease-to-use plugin for applying CSS3 animations to any text.
The Char Limiter is a plugin that limits the amount of characters in input and textarea, with the option of generating an automatic counter or you can create the counter and inform its class.
jQuery Burn is a plugin which adds a flame-like effect to text using multiple text-shadows, animated by repeatedly changing their horizontal offsets.
BigText is a jQuery plugin, calculates the font-size and word-spacing needed to match a line of text to a specific width.
At its simplest, the BigText jQuery plugin takes a single element and sizes the text inside of its child's to fit the width of the parent element. Gives the text that lovely vertical alignment.
NobleCount is a customizable jQuery plugin for a more improved counting of the remaining characters, and handling of resulting behaviors, of a text entry object, e.g. input textfield, textarea. Also, NobleCount supports pre-existing text within the text object and jQuery chaining.
markItUp! is a very lightweight, customizable and flexible engine made to meet the developer's needs in their CMSes, blogs, forums or websites.
jQSlickWrap is a plugin for jQuery which enables you to easily and accurately wrap your text around the content of floated images.
Font sizer is a highly configurable, unobtrusive jQuery plugin that allows users to adjust the font size of specific area(s) of text on your website. It's lightweight, easy to configure and adds a nice bit of functionality to your blog, forum or news site.
Typist is a jQuery plugin that allows you to animate text as if it were being typed onto the screen. You can add animated typing text to any block element.
jqIsoText is a plugin for changing size of letters in text. It starts from one font size and increment or decrement to other font size. On that way we’re getting something similar to isometric projection. That can be done for whole block of text or for every word in some text.