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The jQuery Plugins site,

How it works

This site is an index of GitHub repositories that each contain a single jQuery plugin. Each such repository contains a valid package.json in the repository root. The specification for this file is in docs/

How to list a plugin

Simply add a post-receive hook to your repository with our web hook url, Warning: This is not yet functional!



  • jQuery's web-base-template
  • Web server (such as Apache)
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • WordPress
  • node
  • git



  1. Download or clone web-base-template

    • git clone git://


  1. Add a entry in /etc/hosts



  1. Install and run a web server (such as Apache), PHP, and MySQL.

  2. Follow

  3. Redirect your WordPress install to use the web-base-template's theme and config (replacing "[YourWordPressInstallDirectory]" with the actual name of the directory where you installed WordPress)

    • rm -rf [YourWordPressInstallDirectory]/wp-content
    • ln -s web-base-template/wordpress/wp-content wordpress/wp-content

WordPress config


  1. Activate the plugins-jquery-com theme
  • Select Appearance -> Themes
  • Under plugins-jquery-com, select 'Activate'
  1. Activate the jQuery Slugs plugin
  • Select Plugins
  • Under jQuery Slugs, select 'Activate'
  1. Set Custom Structure for Permalinks
  • Select Settings -> Permalinks
  • Select Custom Structure
  • Enter /%postname%/
  • Click Save Changes

Install node >=0.6.4

  1. Follow setup

  1. git clone

  2. cd

  3. npm install

  4. cp config-sample.json config.json

  5. Edit config.json

    • Set dbName to your WordPress MySQL database name
    • Set dbUser to your WordPress MySQL database user
    • Set dbPassword to your WordPress MySQL database password
    • Leave siteId null (unless you happen to be using a Wordpress multi-site installation locally, in which case supply the site's ID in the multi-site install)
  6. node src/setup.js

    • This is a one time setup which will erase any previous data generated by other scripts in this repo.
  7. node src/update.js

    • This expects a post-receive hook as stdin. You can use {"repository":{"url":"","watchers":3,"forks":25}} for testing.
  8. node src/wp-update.js

    • This is intended to run as a long running processes, monitored by a system such as monit.