One of the most popular topic of discussion for a while is responsive websites and this discussion has presented designers and developers some challenges, as they are now to required to create websites for by which to provide the best optimal viewing experience by having easy to read text objects, navigation that uses simplicity resizing, panning and scrolling across a whole wide of screen sizes.
You would normally use media queries to resize the overall layout, but how about those individual elements & features that you are wanting to use to make your page unique…
To add these features you can use some jQuery plugins to achieve the desired effect or feature but sometimes finding these jQuery plugins can sometime be a time-consuming task, so for today’s post you’ll find 12 super useful jQuery plugins that help you create responsive websites.
VenoBox is a responsive jQuery lightbox plugin that is suitable for images, , iFrames, Google Maps, videos from Vimeo and YouTube, Ajax requests, Vimeo and YouTube videos, inline contents. But the difference between VenoBox and many of the others modal window plugins is that VenoBox calculates the max width of the image displayed and preserves its height if is taller than the window so in small devices you can scroll down the content, avoiding vertical microscopic resized images.