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.
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.
Fixed background image scrolling layout with 100% height panels and smooth scrolling.
A simple scrolling layout with fixed background images using
background-attachment: fixed and a navigation. The page will scroll smoothly to the selected section.
A simple responsive layout with some fancy page transitions. The idea is to show four items initially and expand them. Some additional page transitions are added for inner items.
Columnizer jQuery plugin will automatically layout your content in newspaper column format. You can specify either column width or a static number of columns.
Nested is a jQuery plugin to create a gap free, multi column grid layouts. Nested plugin also sports a responsive design.
Isotope is an exquisite jQuery plugin for magical layouts. Enables filtering, sorting, and dynamic layouts.
Freetile is a plugin for jQuery that enables the organization of webpage content in an efficient, dynamic and responsive layout.
It can be applied to a container element and it will attempt to arrange it's children in a layout that makes optimal use of screen space, by "packing" them in a tight arrangement.
Masonry is a dynamic grid layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip-side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically, positioning each element in the next open spot in the grid.
The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.