All of which means that, unless you have some odd grudge against jQuery, those days are gone — you can actually get stuff done now. A script to find all links of a certain CSS class in a document and bind an event to them now requires one line of code, not 10. To power this, jQuery brings to the party its own API, featuring a host of functions, methods and syntactical peculiarities. 1. .parent() vs. .parents() vs. .closest() parent(selector) This simply matches the one immediate parent of the element(s). Real Person. This plugin is designed to help overcome automated form submission by requiring a "real person" to identify text made up of dots.
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For example “2008-01-28T20:24:17Z” becomes “2 hours ago”. Here’s some more examples: prettyDate("2008-01-28T20:24:17Z") // => "2 hours ago"prettyDate("2008-01-27T22:24:17Z") // => "Yesterday"prettyDate("2008-01-26T22:24:17Z") // => "2 days ago"prettyDate("2008-01-14T22:24:17Z") // => "2 weeks ago"prettyDate("2007-12-15T22:24:17Z") // => undefined Note that I only care about dates in the past (by far the most common use case) and only dates within the past month (anything beyond a month becomes fuzzy and impractical).