25 Fresh and Useful JQuery Plugins

If you need to display content within a limited amount of space or you just want to make a section of your website more engaging, jQuery is an excellent solution. jQuery has changed the way developers write JavaScript and the way users interact with websites and web applications. In this article, I’ve posted 25 fresh and useful jquery plugins that have been released in the past few months.






jQuery Photoshoot


How to Create Sleek Sliding Box Effect With jQuery

Shadow Motion Effect in 5 Lines Of jQuery

Micro Image Gallery: A jQuery Plugin


Easy Slider

jQuery virtual tour


jQuery Checkbox

Masked Input

AnythingSlider jQuery Plugin


jQuery Slider(Safari Style)

Mapbox Zoomabe jQuery Map Plugin

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Dipankar Jana, 21 year old student of Computer Science and article writter of Djdesignerlab.com. His latest creative field is web design and wordpress theme development. He also used to write articles for mystrious.com and djdesignfuture.com. If you'd like to connect with him, you can join him on facebook or follow him on twitter.

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