jQuery Menu Plugins
A lightweight table of contents generator jQuery plugin that automatically generates a TOC tree based on heading elements found within the document.
This is a simple jQuery plugin which adds a Material Design inspired custom context menu with a vertical three dots toggle icon to any elements such as tables, paragraphs, and headings.
Pushy is a super tiny (~1kb) jQuery plugin for creating an off-canvas slide panel navigation as you've seen in many mobile Apps.
An easy jQuery based responsive site navigation that collapses horizontal menu items to a hamburger button when the maximum screen width is reached.
A cool site navigation system that enables a fixed hamburger button to toggle a fullscreen navigation menu sliding down from the top of your webpage.
Corenav is an easy, responsive, multi-purpose, jQuery based navigation system for modern, cross-platform web development.
Yet another jQuery based floating action button plugin which expands a floating button to a horizontal menu bar when toggled.
A jQuery extension for Bootstrap framework that helps developers create multi-level dropdowns and converts them into an accordion on the mobile device.
A simple and lightweight jQuery plugin to automatically generate a table of content from the heading tags (h1, h2, etc) in your HTML document.
A JSON based menu builder plugin that enables developers to dynamically creates an accordion-style vertical menu using jQuery and Bootstrap 4 list component.
A very small jQuery script that extends Bootstrap's navbar component into a fully responsive, multi-level dropdown navigation menu.
A lightweight, customizable, smooth, mobile-compatible sticky header plugin created using jQuery, CSS transitions, and CSS position: fixed property.
Dropdown On Hover is a jQuery plugin used to create hover-triggered multi-level Bootstrap dropdown menus with fancy CSS3 animations based on Animate.css.
A jQuery plugin that automatically generates a table of contents from all h2 elements found within the document and puts it after the h1 element.
An easy-to-use, fully responsive, Google Material Design inspired side navigation (also called off-canvas navigation, navigation drawer) for modern web app design.