Free jQuery Browser Plugins
All the Free jQuery Plugins about 'Browser' are listed here.
A tiny jQuery plugin to lock the document so that the visitor can not edit your web page in the browser developer tools like Google Chrome Devtools.
A small browser detection plugin that detects browser/platform/engine information using the user agent and adds related CSS classes to the html element.
Yet another jQuery plugin used to detect browser, devices, OS and other useful information for web & mobile developers.
duplicateWindow is a small jQuery plugin that checks if the current window is duplicate window to prevent your webpage from being opened in multiple browser tabs.
getBrowser is a jQuery plugin used to detect and determine the version of web browser using user agent.
viewportInfo is a jQuery plugin that detects the current viewport size (Desktop, Mobile, Tablet) and checks if the current device is touchable.
winFocus is a lightweight jQuery plugin which allows to fire events when the browser window / tab gets or loses focus.
checkit.js is a lightweight, multi-purpose jQuery plugin that allows you to do some cool stuffs if specific browsers / mobile devices/ features are detected.
Just another browser detection plugin for jQuery 1.9+ that gets the user agent and displays the current browser information in the screen.
jQuery Browser is a simple jQuery plugin for checking the version of user's browser based on useragent. It also supports for detecting iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Browser Detection is a jQuery plugin which detects the browser based on user agent and allows you to do something when the user is using a specific browser.
Reactify is a small jQuery plugin for mobile that makes click events trigger immediately, especially on iOS and Android.
fastButtons is an useful and user-friendly jQuery mobile plugin that replaces default click events with jQuery Mobile's vclick to speed up click events.
jQuery Browsers is a simple plugin that allows to get client's OS and Browser details and then output them on your screen.