I didn’t know what an off-canvas navigation menu was until working on a project at my current job. It’s the little three horizontal line button often seen in mobile web site and mobile applications. When you tap/click it, it slides the content to the left and a menu pushes out from the left (or off canvas).
Anyway, I had used a plugin called sidr on said project and got it to work. On the next project though, I might look into using Pushy, self-described as “a responsive off-canvas navigation menu using CSS transforms & transitions.”
It does add one other dependency on top of jQuery — Modernizr, which isn’t a bad thing to be utilizing anyway.
Nice little article on a responsive vertical news slider using a combination of jQuery and CSS.
jQuery Vertical News Slider
Neat little tutorial on using a JS plugin to modify your browser’s favicon and title tag on the fly. Unfortunately though, it only works in Chrome and IE.
Notify Better.js: Creating a Dynamic Favicon and Title
Nice little plugin that uses analytics to allow for simple setup and tracking of A/B testing or multivariate testing. Definitely could come in handy for landing pages, and testing design and front presentations (among a slew of other uses).
Love this little plugin for doing a responsive and clean little navigation with IE support back to 7 (stop supporting anything older, and 7 for that matter!).
Works with single page sites as well.