Welcome to the jQuery Plugin Roundup, episode 9. Remember you can send
your plugins in for review through our contact form or
I've started including a note of each plugin's license in these posts so
you can avoid using ones with crazy neckbeard licenses.
(MIT License) is a plugin created by Paweł
Witkowski. It rotates images using
It can rotate images statically, or with an animation:
The author has released several iterations of the plugin, fixing bugs
and improving IE support.
TagCanvas (LGPL v3) displays a
3D rotating tag cloud. It's not amazingly useful, but does demonstrate
how easy it is to do 3D effects with
You've probably written various versions of this yourself --
Labelizer (GPL 3.0, demo) displays a prompt inside an
input until it is clicked. It's easy to
$('input#test-input').labelize('Stuff text in me.');