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  • BxSlider WP

    Newest addition to CodeFleet's WordPress plugins family! An easy to use WordPress plugin for BxSlider. A fully responsive slider with tons of options. Provides more options than Cyclone Slider 2.

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  • Cyclone Slider 2

    A responsive slideshow plugin for WordPress that uses jQuery Cycle 2. Its simple enough for non-developers and flexible enough for developers. Its a premium slideshow plugin that is FREE!

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  • Cyclone Slider

    A slideshow plugin for WordPress that uses jQuery Cycle (version 1). Its simple enough for non-developers and flexible enough for developers. Its the predecessor of Cyclone Slider 2. Totally FREE!

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  • WP Metaboxer

    A premium WordPress plugin for creating custom metaboxes and custom fields in your Post, Page or custom post edit screens. Transform your wordpress site into a powerful CMS with WP Metaboxer.

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  • jQuery Clearme

    jQuery plugin that clears textbox and textarea fields on click or on focus. Make your forms a lot more usable with Clearme.

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  • jQuery EasySelectBox

    A lightweight jQuery plugin for replacing an html select element with div element for easy styling with css. Styling you select element is easy with EasySelectBox.

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