Grid-A-Licious, Responsive Floating Grid Layout jQuery Plugin

Grid-A-Licious, Responsive Floating Grid Layout jQuery Plugin

Grid-A-Licious, Responsive Floating Grid Layout jQuery Plugin


There are many Pinterest floating grid or dynamic grid javascript plugins, if you missed our previous article about it, you can read it here - Create Pinterest Layout easily and use it creatively. However, Grid-A-Licious has a distinctive difference if compared to the rest - it is responsive and will able to adapt to different screen size or device. Grid-A-Licious used to be bundled into a WordPress theme. Now, the author rewrote the whole thing and released it as a plugin called Grid-A-Licious 3. If you're building this kind of layout, it's worth to check Grid-A-Licious out because of its simplicity.


  • Support responsive
  • fadeInOnAppear effect
  • OnComplete Call back event
  • Width and gutter setting
  • Prepend and Append method to add new items.


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Author: Kevin Liew

Kevin Liew is a web designer and developer and keen on contributing to the web development industry. He loves frontend development and absolutely amazed by jQuery. Feel free to say hi to me, or follow @quenesswebblog on twitter.

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Sat, 20th October 2012
Great. But how can be integrated in Wordpress? Reply
Mon, 12th November 2012
Exactly. I contacted the programmer directly but he was no help whatsoever. It's hardly a plugin at this stage. Reply
Thu, 6th December 2012
The WordPress theme Grid-A-Licious cost a small fortune to buy. Quite instantly, it just stopped being developed. New WP versions came along but no official support for its new (often important security related) upgrades. Lasting impression: this developer is very talented in what he creates, yet very abscent and unresponsive. Throwing up a forum and have customers bombard clueless questions based on skimpy documentation ain't really superb … Maybe suprb. Reply
Sun, 9th December 2012
This is great! But, it does not appear to be a plugin. Any plans to make this a plugin for Wordpress? Reply

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