jQuery UI Widgets | David Gwyer | Accordion

jQuery UI Widgets | David Gwyer | Accordion,Dialog,jquery,jquery ui,tabs


So, just how easy is it?

  1. Install and activate the Plugin.
  2. Add your jQuery code to the ‘Custom jQuery Code’ text box in Plugin settings.
  3. Add the corresponding HTML markup to a post, page, or or text widget,
  4. That’s it!!

You can easily tweak further settings such as the jQuery UI theme used to render the jQuery widgets, choose which scripts are added to your site, and overriding default CSS.

All standard pre-defined jQuery themes are supported, or you can upload your own custom theme built with the jQuery ThemeRoller. See the FAQ page for detailed instructions on uploading your own custom theme.

No need to mess about with cryptic shortcodes! Just enter clean, valid, HTML markup and the Plugin does the rest, adding all the necessary jQuery scripts and styles for you!

Note: This Plugin uses the Google CDN to load the CSS for the official jQuery UI themes.

Please rate this Plugin if you find it useful. It only takes a moment but it’s very much appreciated. 🙂

We’re proud to announce that jQuery UI Widgets Pro is now available!

Upgrade today for great features such as syntax highlighted code editors and dozens of pre-made jQuery UI templates ready to use!

Also, you can now add jQuery UI (and custom JavaScript and CSS code) to specific pages for the first time via the page/post editor. Take complete control over which pages have jQuery UI scripts added. You can choose to add to ALL pages or ONLY to the ones you want. It’s so simple!

Checkout the screenshots, or click here for more details.

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Instructions for installing:

  1. In your WordPress admin go to Plugins -> Add New.
  2. Enter jQuery UI Widgets in the text box and click Search Plugins.
  3. In the list of Plugins click Install Now next to the jQuery UI Widgets Plugin.
  4. Once installed click to activate.
  5. Visit the Plugin options page via Settings -> jQuery UI Widgets.


  1. Go to Plugin settings and add your jQuery UI code. e.g. $( “.tabs” ).tabs().
  2. Select the check boxes for the jQuery UI scripts you want to be available on your site pages (they are all selected by default when the Plugin is first activated).
  3. Select the theme that you want to use to render the jQuery UI elements.
  4. Quite often, depending on the WordPress theme you are using (and the specific jQuery selectors), you may run in minor issues with the CSS rendering. To help with this, there is a text box that you can enter custom style rules to tweak the jQuery theme styles, so they match your theme perfectly.to match your WordPress theme.
  5. To upload a custom jQuery theme created with the ThemeRoller, see the FAQ for specific details.

Plugin author

David Gwyer

Plugin official website address

If you encounter problems in using the jQuery UI Widgets plugin, you can comment below, and I will try my best to help you solve the problem

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