jQuery UI Widgets Pro
- Add jQuery UI widgets, effects, and interactions in seconds
- Library of 34 ready-made jQuery UI templates included
- 24 beautiful jQuery UI themes
- Very flexible solution for adding jQuery UI to your site
To add jQuery UI Widgets, effect, and interactions to your site header simply select the required scripts via drop down boxes and the plugin will do the rest.
Choose Your jQuery UI Scripts
In plugin settings select which jQuery UI scripts you want to be included in your site header.
Select one or more scripts from each list box as required. These will be added to the front end of your site on every page. Click the ‘Select All’ buttons to select every script for a particular list box.
Adding Custom Code and Styles
You can insert ready-made jQuery UI templates via the drop down box to the bottom right of the ‘Custom jQuery Code’ editor. There are 34 templates included with the plugin covering every available jQuery UI widget, effect, and interaction.
To the bottom left of the editor are buttons to clear the editor content and insert the default jQuery wrapper to save you having to keep entering it manually.
24 Beautiful Themes to Choose From
There are well over twenty themes included with the plugin to display jQuery UI widgets exactly how you want to.
Chances are you’ll be able to find a jQuery UI theme to match your existing website. However, you have the choice via advanced theme options to specify a custom jQuery UI theme which allows you to tweak any existing theme or create an entirely new one that will match your WordPress site perfectly!
Targeting Specific Pages
By default the jQuery UI widgets, effects, and interactions (plus custom code) specified on plugin options page are added to EVERY page on your site. This is ideal if you want to add items to the header, footer, or sidebar which are typically displayed on every page.
However, if you have a specific page (perhaps a landing page) that requires certain custom scripts and code for that page ONLY then it isn’t a good idea to include this on every page. Not only is it inefficient but it increases the risk of conflicts in your scripts.
To solve this problem jQuery UI Widgets Pro allows you to specify scripts and custom code on specific pages. Simply go to any post or page editor and scroll down until you see the “jQuery UI Widgets Pro” meta box. This contains very similar controls to the plugin options page.
Adding Custom Code ONLY
This could be any general code or styling that you want to apply globally (via theme options), or on specific pages (via the post editor). The plugin is flexible enough to allow you to do this without the overhead of including unnecessary scripts, which would be redundant if your custom code doesn’t reference them.
jQuery UI Widgets Pro Changelog
Version 0.1 - 25th May, 2016
- Initial release.