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My First Real jQuery Plugin - Feedback

Gregg Bolinger
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I've written a jQuery plugin that provides a bit of simple functionality that I couldn't find in any existing plugin (I could have overlooked something). This is the first real plugin I've written and I tried my hardest to write it in a way that is truly reusable to more than just myself and the project that needed it. I blogged about it here which includes the source and a link to a crude demo. I'm also posting the code here to make it easier to review. I'd really like some feedback on how I implemented the functionality and some tips for improvement.

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I agree. Here's the link:
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