Enjoyhint is a jQuery plugin that is created to guide users through a site or app in the simplest way. It gives an excellent way to create interactive tutorials with hints and tips, and embed them into your web apps, thus, enhancing their usability and value/effectiveness. EnjoyHint adds simple hints that prompt users to navigate a website or an app intuitively and easily. It comes along with instant auto-focus highlighting, as the user moves into a new field. A nice demo of To-do application is here to showcase how the plugin can be used.
Tourist.js is a simple library for creating guided tours through your app. It’s better suited to complex, single-page apps than websites. One of our main requirements was the ability to control the interface for each step. For example, a step in the tour might need to open a window or menu to work correctly. Tourist gives you hooks to do this. It is based on Bootstrap.
aSimpleTour is a jQuery plugin for interactive website tours. The plugin works using a very easy jSON Structure that gives it to the plugin all the elements, configurations, tooltips and help texts.
Website tours are useful in order to demonstrate its features as well as showcase important content. The above plugins are just a handful of many other js libraries. I have intentionally left out few other libraries which are either not compatible with all major browsers or not actively developed in last one year. I hope the list of plugins will be helpful for your project when you introduce new features.