jquery Modal Dialog Boxes

In Websites modal dialog boxes are often required to quickly interact with users without reloading the whole page. The following is a list of jQuery Popup Modal Dialog Plugins and Tutorials. I hope you will find this list useful.

jQuery UI Dialog :jQuery UI has always been my favorite tool for creating custom and rich User Interface.  JQuery UI Dialog is part of the jQuery UI which is a complete bundle of effects and plugins built on jQuery. It is customizable via css and can be implemented in any project without restrictions. You can use this dialog box in five different forms: basic dialog, modal dialog, modal message, modal confirmation, modal form.

For more information, you may like reading about jQuery UI dialog documentation or download the source code from above and try it yourself!

jqModal
qModal is a plugin for jQuery to help you display notices, dialogs, and modal windows in a web browser. It is flexible and tiny, and makes a great base as a general purpose windowing framework. It can be customized and it can act as a dialog, notice, modalbox, confirm-box, iframe-box or it can even display inline divs in modal windows.

FancyBox
FancyBox is another jQuery plugin with nice easing and resize effects. This guy wanted something fresh and Mac-like so he created a plugin that delivers this ideea and style. It can group images in galleries and has a nice easeOutBack effect when closing the modal window. Check it out, it is simple and fancy!

NyroModal
Modal popup windows provide a quick way to show data without reloading the entire page.  It has the ability to define many callbacks at different time in the process to allow you to edit the settings, the data or do whatever you need. It has error handling also and a nice function that I loved was to call _blank targeted iframes.

SimpleModal
SimpleModal is a lightweight jQuery plugin that provides a simple interface to create a modal dialog. SimpleModal gives you the flexibility to build whatever you can envision, while shielding you from related cross-browser issues inherent with UI development.

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