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Dynatable is a jQuery plugin which is capable of improving the usability of standard HTML tables very much.

Once initiated, the plugin goes through the rows and columns of the table, converted to an array of JSON objects and becomes ready to manipulate.

jQuery Dynatable

It can than be sorted, filtered, paginated or searched with the powerful API provided.

The plugin has functions to handle all the operations in a simple manner and it can also be used in other structured HTML elements like lists.

Using footnotes in web pages and presenting them nicely is usually a difficult job.

Bigfoot, a jQuery plugin, not only eases but also beautifies the footnotes in web pages.

Bigfoot jQuery

It auto-detects the footnote link + content, converts the link into a button and displays the footnote content inside a popover when clicked.

The script adapts well to responsive layouts and there are options provided to customize its functionality.

We are used to controlling/navigating websites with mouse, keyboard and “touch” afterwards.

Voix.js is a JavaScript library that allows us to add another layer to controlling them which is “voice”.

Voix.js

It has functions to start and stop listening through the microphone and we can set events to be fired when a given keyword is detected.

The library is pretty easy to use and it currently works in Chrome.

Allofthelights.js is a jQuery plugin that can change the opacity of the whole webpage but leave the video player.

This is for helping the user to easily focus on the video and there is built-in support for YouTube, Vimeo,  DailyMotion.. and custom players can be added too.

Allofthelights.js

It works with multiple players on the same page and supports responsive layouts/players with no issues.

The animation speed, background color and opacity can all be customized an callback functions exist.

When an image will be used on a web page, editing is usually performed at applications built for it (like Photoshop).

For advanced editing and cropping, that is required but for simple ones, using JavaScript can be good choice. And, that leaves the original image un-edited so we can always change the filters applied.

photoJShop

PhotoJShop is a jQuery plugin that enables us to apply such simple effects/filters to images.

These filters include blur, sepia, emboss, lighten, darken, b&w, sharpen and more.

The plugin works on canvas + images and the filters to be applied can be chained for easier usage.