Here you go, a good collection of randomly good jQuery plugins you may have not seen before! In the list you will find a data slider that provides easy-to-use user data selection and filter tool to a convenient plugin that allows you to share one or more gists, which makes it ideal for demoing JavaScript and CSS in-page. Good stuff! Enjoy!

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1. Multi-Node Range and Data Slider: JQ Slider

Is a multi-node range and data slider that allows to provide easy-to-use user data selection and filter tool.
JQ Slider
SourceDemo

2. ddSlick

A free light weight jQuery plugin that allows you to create a custom drop down with images and description.
ddSlick
SourceDemo

3. jQuery Colors Plugins

jQuery.colors helps developers manage colors through a simple, chainable color object. It has a modular design allowing you to get rid of what you don’t need or extend it for your custom ideas.
jQuery Colors
Source + Demo

4. Percentage Loader

A jQuery plugin for displaying a progress widget in more visually striking way than the ubiquitous horizontal progress bar / textual counter.
Percentage Loader
Source + Demo

5. fc.tape

jQuery widget for sprite animations.
fc.tape
Source + Demo

6. Mousetrap

Is a standalone library with no external dependencies. It weighs in at around 1.6kb minified and gzipped and 3kb minified.
Mousetrap
Source + Demo

7. fallr

Fancy-yet-Elegant Modal Box. Easy-to-use jQuery Plugin
fallr
Source + Demo.

8. jQuery.scaleFrame.js

A way to make IFRAME tags with CSS scale() transforms behave in layout.
jQuery.scaleFrame.js
Source + Demo

9. Intelligist

A convenient plugin for sharing GitHub gists on your website. It allows you to share one or more gists, and even execute the code, which makes it ideal for demoing JavaScript and CSS in-page.
Intelligist
Source + Demo

Sam Deering is a Front-end Web Developer who specialises in JavaScript & jQuery. Sam is driven and passionate about sharing his knowledge to educate others.

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