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.
A jQuery plugin that adds a character counter to inputs and textareas. When writing in a text/input field, a count will be shown next to it. You can modify plugin with many settings.
jQuery TE - jQuery Text Editor, a HTML editor with WYSIWYG model and in fact this jQuery plugin. jQuery Text Editor is very easy to use and have functional system. In addition, you can customize to the your text editor if you wish.
Scrollorama is a jQuery plugin for creating eye-candy effects in parallel to the scrolling of web pages. By dividing the content into blocks, it simply lets us to animate elements on the page (when a block is reached) based on the browser window’s scroll position.
With this example you can slide in letter by letter when hovering over a link element. You can either have the same word or a different one and you can slide in the new letters all the same time or one after the other.
GradientText is an ultra small, easy to use jQuery plugin that will give your standard H1, H2, H3, etc. headers a gradient text color. GradientText automatically converts your text to a HTML5 <canvas> tag with the gradient you specify, and also allows for shadow. The font will stay the same as defined in your CSS.
Splatter is a jQuery plugin which applies a random position, size, and color to elements on a page. The most basic implementation adds randomly colored and positioned asterisks to the element.
jQuery Marquee Plugin converts a list element into an ESPN-style scrolling marquee. Messages are scrolled in from top or bottom (based on the yScroll option) and longer messages will then ticker to the left in order to show the full message.
While CSS3 allows us to rotate letters, it is quite complicated to arrange each letter along a curved path. Arctext.js is a jQuery plugin that let’s you do exactly that. Based on Lettering.js, it calculates the right rotation of each letter and distributes the letters equally across the imaginary arc of the given radius.
MaxLength Plugin simply reports back the number of characters left the user has, with a few extra bells and whistles.