Using jQuery in Chrome User Scripts (Greasemonkey scripts)

If you want to much of anything useful in a Greasemonkey ("User") script, you'll want to use jQuery or similar library.

Greasemonkey uses a "@require" command to pull in these libraries, but Chrome won't allow this.

To include jQuery in a Chrome user script, here's a good link which pulls in jQuery by adding a element to the page you're working on.


jQuery Wizard Controls

jQuery Formwizard

* Pretty full featured. Lots of examples. Nice looking.

* Seems to handle branching better than SmartWizard

* http://plugins.jquery.com/project/formwizard

* http://thecodemine.org/

* MIT license


* Pretty configurable

* Well documented

* Side menu

* Some form validation

* Able to open as modal dialog

* http://dominicbarnes.us/jWizard/

* License ?


* Kind of simplistic. Nice to show progress.

* http://plugins.jquery.com/project/jQWizard

* MIT & GPL license


Simple Progress (Load) Bar with jQuery

Let's say you need to load some info into a page, but the info requires some time to process. You don't want to have the user staring at a blank screen during the processing, so first load the page with a busy (progress) bar image and then replace the image with the actual data when ready.

Assume you have this HTML page :

  <script type="text/javascript" src="/js/jquery.js"></script>
  <script type="text/javascript">
    $(document).ready(function() {
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