jQuery Traffic Pop Plugin

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Tired of those overly priced simple scripts on sites like CodeCanyon? Me too! I can understand why others that aren’t developers spend money on them, but if you’re a dev purchasing scripts like Social Traffic Pop or Facebook Traffic Pop, you’re throwing your money away. To help stay true to the open-source philosophy, here’s an alternative Traffic Pop jQuery plugin that can be fully customized to suit your needs.

See it in action!

Traffic Pop jQuery Plugin


You content here (ex. social network sharing buttons)

Download Now (Version 1.1) Fork on GitHub

Implementation

Simple stuff! Just a disclaimer, I’ve haven’t throughly tested this in all browsers so let me know if you run into any issues. I’ll be happy to fix and update it.

This script also uses the jQuery Cookie Plugin v1.3.1 by Klaus Hartl (already added into the jquery.trafficPop.js).

The HTML

The CSS

All of which can be customized to suit your site’s needs.

That’s it!

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