They are arranged in categories to make it easier to find the ones that you want.
Source Code EncrypterScramble the source of any chunk of code, or the entire webpage, using this creative script. The encrypted code will still be interpreted properly by the browser, just difficult for us humans to read.
It is recommended that you use this script to encrypt only the part(s) of your webpage that require encryption (ie: a script), rather than the entire page. This helps minimize the chance of any problems.
Browsers: FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Background Music ScriptLiven up your webpage with music, using this cross browser background music script. Note that the visitor's browser must have the appropriate midi plugin installed in order to hear it (default download with full install of both NS and IE).
Browsers: IE and NS
DOM XMLTickerBy combining DHTML with XML, this ticker script makes updating its contents a breeze, through an external XML file. Just open the file, and enter the desired messages to show. Plain text and links (with targeting) are supported, and script is functional in both IE5+ and NS6+, degrading well with the rest. Now there's little excuse not to update your ticker regularly!
Browsers: FF1+ IE5+
jsDOMenujsDOMenu is a cross-browser navigation menu that is based on DOM. The menu will pop up when you left/right click in certain regions in your web page. You can also configure it to be absolutely positioned, fixed positioned (does not move with the page during scrolling) or statically positioned. It supports unlimited submenus, and submenu will adjust its position appropriately if the cursor is too near the edge. jsDOMenu is 100% HTML/ XHTML valid, and is fully customizable through CSS. Horizontal menu bars are possible by installing jsDOMenuBar. Every menu item can have an icon shown before the display text. Tested and works in many browsers such as Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox/Firebird, Netscape, Opera, Safari, Camino and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Auto-Sizing Image Popup Window ScriptUse this script to launch a popup window that automatically loads an image and resizes itself to fit neatly around that image. The script also places a title you set in the titlebar of the popup window. Any number of images can be launched from a single instance of the script.
Browsers: NS6-7 & IE4 and later [Degrades functionally in NS4]