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jQuery is hot these days. By making DOM navigation and manipulation easy, it gives immense power to programmers and allows us to develop interactive web applications. There is a plethora of jQuery plugins available on internet which helps us quickly add cosmetics to our web. These plugins range from simple things like selectboxes, dialogboxes to more complex ones such as calendar widgets and timelines. These plugins often work great and integrate easily with your application, but situations may occur when you don’t find a plugin which exactly fulfills your requirements. Then, sometimes, you either compromise your design requirements or you try to tweak closest matching plugin which looks/acts hideous. In such situations, there is an easier solution: write you own plugin.
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