jQuery Cookie Plugins & Snippets

Sam Deering
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When compared with regular JavaScript, setting and clearing cookies with jQuery is really easy. It will require a plugin though since it’s not included in the jQuery core. Here we will share with our collection of some jQuery Cookie Management Plugins, Code Snippets & Links. Have fun!

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CookieCuttr

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