Today i have a collection of 15 best responsive jquery image gallery plugins that will help you create a beautiful responsive image gallery with many stunning effects, transitions for your website.
With this plugin, you just install the library and let it run. You can set it up with any number of photos and each slide takes up the entire screen. I vastly prefer this plugin over other slideshows that only take up a portion of the screen. With this plugin, all focus goes onto the slideshow and the first visible image.
Final Tiles Grid Gallery
Final Tiles Grid Gallery is the definitive plugin to make a jQuery image grid gallery, an alternative to the boring Masonry or Isotope layout.
Gridzy is a gallery that is easy to use and that always adjusts to your respective layout. It’s fully responsive and highly customizable. Gridzy focuses on performance, accessibility and stability while providing best experience for users of any device. It doesn’t have dozens of fancy effects and skins, but forms a good basis for your own cool stuff.
Very easy to implement image gallery. It is touch enabled, responsive, fast and it supports cloud storage. Featuring multi-level navigation in albums, lightbox, many hover effects on thumbnails, slideshow, fullscreen, pagination, image lazy load, themes, deep linking, back/forward navigation, i18n, and pulling in Flickr/Picasa/Google+ photo albums among others.
This plugin for jQuery will arrange your images to fit exactly within a container. You can define the padding between images, give the images css borders and define a target row height.
Ultimate Grid Responsive Gallery
This is a HTML | CSS | JQuery Grid with a Lightbox, you can specify thumbnails for the grid and when you click on it to open the lightbox it will load the normal image, you can specify the text for the captions and for the lightbox. Also you don’t have to load all the images at once (for performance purposes) so you can specify the number of images to load when it first load and the number of images to load when you click the “load more images” button.
MelonHTML5 – Metro Gallery
Metro Gallery a flexible and easy to integrate photo gallery featured in Metro Design. It allows you to build your unique photo wall with your custom settings.
This is a JQuery plugin that allows you to create an high quality justified gallery of images. Fill all the spaces!
A common problem, for people who create sites, is to create an elegant image gallery that manages the various sizes of images. Flickr and Google+ manage this situation in an excellent way, the purpose of this plugin is to give you the power of these solutions, with a new fast algorithm.
A lightweight image gallery modal window script which uses only CSS3 for silky-smooth animations and transitions, utilizes GPU rending, which can be completely controlled and themed directly from the CSS.
S Gallery is a responsive jQuery plugin for image gallery. It’s an awesome jQuery plugin that makes use of CSS3 animations to display images in a very neat and tidy form.
Tired of straight grids where everything is vertically and horizontally aligned? Why not tilt everything by 45 degrees? This jQuery plugin lets you easily do just that!
SuperBox works wonders as a static image gallery, which you can click to reveal a full version of the image. Each image in the demo is the same size, but SuperBox supports any image size.
Pinterest like responsive image grid for jQuery that doesn’t suck. It allows you to do stuff like this. Try to shrink you browser. It’s responsive and amazingly fast!
Responsive, easily customizable jquery gallery with a masonry layout. Almost all animation and effects are based on CSS features.
Gamma Gallery is an experimental responsive image gallery that attempts to provide an adjustable responsive images approach taking its grid layout and the full slideshow view into account.
least.js is a Random & Responsive jQuery, HTML 5 & CSS3 Gallery with LazyLoad.
Glisse.js is a simple, responsive and fully customizable jQuery photo viewer. You’ll like the transitions between two pictures entirely assumed by CSS3.