How to Convert a jQuery Plugin Into a WordPress Plugin

We’ve talked about how incredibly dominant WordPress can be as a web platform to publish your content. But, for all its features and functionality, some people still want more. While programmers and developers have been feverishly working to come up with every kind of plug-in and function imaginable to make WordPress easy and engaging to use, there are some jQuery plugins that simply do it better.
However, as plugins and API’s go, they are non-standalone software that implement functionalities into standalone software. If you didn’t follow that right away, here is a succinct way of putting it: the person who made your jQuery plugin didn’t make it for WordPress, and WordPress hasn’t updated their platform to seamlessly integrate the same kind of feature functionality you are looking to use.