10 Cool jQuery Plugins November 2012

In this post we have collected 10 fresh and useful jQuery plugins. If you like jQuery plugins you might also want to check out some of our previous posts below. Enjoy!

Product Colorizer jQuery Plugin

productColorizer is a light-weight solution for users to quickly preview a product in different colors. The plugin uses only two images per product to create the effect and it is built on top of the robust and popular Javascript framework jQuery, providing you with an easy setup. The plugin works in all major browsers including IE7+ (will work with IE6 if you use a png fix).



jQuery plugin for one-directional scrolling with item based navigation support.


Zozo Tabs

Zozo Tabs is a lightweight highly customizable jQuery plugin to provide full tab functionality that can be integrated into your site/blog quickly and easily. Some of it’s key features includes: such as horizontal & vertical tabs, CSS3 & HTML5 design, 8 ways to position, 6 themes, SEO -friendly and more.



SocialCount is a small mobile-friendly jQuery plugin to show share counts from various social networks.



An easy jQuery plugin for Instagram API to fetch and display user, popular or tags photo feeds inside your web application or site.


jQuery Burn

jQuery Burn is a plugin which adds a flame-like effect to text using multiple text-shadows, animated by repeatedly changing their horizontal offsets.


JQuery Terminal Emulator

JQuery Terminal Emulator is a plugin for creating command line interpreters in your applications. It can automatically call JSON-RPC service when user type commands or you can provide an object with methods, each method will be invoke on user command.


Stairway Navigation

On a whim the other day I thought I’d build out an idea for navigation I had. It’s nothing but a visual effect in which the hovered (or active) navigation item becomes the tallest “stair” and other items before and after it step down. It’s simple, but it’s not something you see very often. Probably for one major reason: you can’t select “previous” elements in CSS.



Maps are cool, but map APIs are complicated. jHERE solves this problem by offering a simple but powerful map API in the form of a jQuery (or Zepto.JS) plugin.



With this jQuery plugin items can be spread in a card-like fashion and displayed in an unusual way. Several parameters allow many different spreading results, allowing a unique pattern.


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