I try giving my students ideas on what they can do to put jQuery in their site, but many times I run dry of ideas. A carousel seems like a lot of code and something that would be hard for them to do without simply copying the code from an article or page. I have suggested to someone to have a fake submit with an HTML form. But I'm trying to get more ideas.
Does anyone know of a resource (web page, book, etc.) that specifically focuses on short jQuery scripts that can be added to a web page for a variety of purposes or effects? I would like to show my students such a resource so they could review it and maybe get ideas for things they could do themselves with not a lot of jQuery. Maybe take something from the ideas and morph it into their own thing.
I know Codepen has many examples of things involving a bit but not a ton of jQuery. The problem with Codepen is that there is no way to do any sort of focused filter or search for such types of projects (which would have to filter out things such as SCSS since they are just learning basics). I'm just hoping maybe someone has put out a resource specifically about short jQuery scripts.