10 jQuery Meta Content Plugins

Sam Deering
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10 jQuery meta data related plugins that will assist with your website meta content, metakey, meta refreshes and meta validation. Implement your own meta management with jQuery!

Metaplugins have the following characteristics:

  • you could implement yourself with jQuery
  • easy to implement across browsers
  • users won’t notice them.


1. MetaData


Capable of extracting metadata from classes, random attributes, child elements and HTML5 data-* attributes.
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2. jQuery Document Meta Plugin


Learn how to make a jQuery document meta plugin.
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3. Ajaxify jQuery Plugin


Ajaxify is ready to use with metadata plugin. By default it uses the class attribute.
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4. jQuery-Deps


Simplified jQuery dependency manager. Concurrent pre-downloading, can load CSS files, simple to setup, execution (and CSS-insertion) orders are preserved.
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5. inlineOptions


Used to override standard settings, for a plugin.
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6. Parse


This small plugins provides a simple function that evaluates a string to a primitive value (if possible).
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7. $.bind – binds an object to a function


This methode allows you to bind an object and sveral arguments to a function.
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8. AjaxFilter


This tiny plugin provides a registry for different filter functions to sanitize Ajax responses.
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9. XHR


This tiny plugin provides a registry for different xhr implementations to co-exist.
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10. Modularize


It allows the developer to apply the module pattern, to the functions of jQuery.fn. They can be used as namespace/module for more functions. This helps keeping the rule of only claiming one name from the jQuery namespace.
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