7 MooTools Plugins You Should Use on Every Website
I firmly believe that textareas and input boxes should provide a method for enlargement. AutoGrow takes any textarea element on the page and animates growth so that you can always see the complete text within a textarea.Website & Download Example Usage
No photo-featuring website is complete without a good lightbox script. Milkbox is an all-encompassing lightbox script that's easy to implement and adds a classy animated element to your website. Use Milkbox for flash video, photos, and XML galleries.Website, Download, Documentation, & Example Usage
Don't make your website visitors click a bunch of checkboxes. Quickboxes allows you to check multiple checkboxes in one mouse click and drag. I always recommend having a "check all" checkbox/link but many times your user will want to check a small range of checkboxes.Website & Download Documentation Example Usage
Arguably the most famous and easiest to implement of all the MooTools plugins. SmoothScroll allows the page to animate down to an anchor within the page instead of the ugly jump that occurs by default.Website & Download Documentation Example Usage
The default display of tooltips is ugly in both Windows and OSX. When you add a "title" attribute to an element, it's likely that you want the user to view it. Tips allows you to control how tooltips display so make them creative!Website & Download Documentation Example Usage
Long tables can be almost impossible to read. ZebraTables is an easy to implement MooTools class that provides alternate-row-coloring support, hover highlighting, and click coloring.Website & Download Documentation Example Usage
There you have it -- 7 MooTools plugins you may effortlessly add to your websites to make them infinitely more usable.