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Introduction This article will cover the following elements: Advertisement Form Skinning Frustrated with the form elements inconsistency among different browsers? 25+ jQuery Plugins that enhance and beautify HTML form elements 25+ jQuery Plugins that enhance and beautify HTML form elements
Interested in learning more about jQuery? Check out the jQuery Fundamentals course at Previous Tips: Selectors are a key part of jQuery and one of the features that have made it so popular over the years. If you've worked with jQuery then you've used different types of native selectors including tag name, ID, class name, and others. jQuery also provides selector extensions that add the ability to search children in a given parent by position, locate input elements, find even or odd elements, and much more. Examples of custom selector extensions in jQuery include :eq(), :hidden, :gt(), :visible, and many more. jQuery Tip #6 – Creating a Custom jQuery Selector - Dan Wahlin's WebLog jQuery Tip #6 – Creating a Custom jQuery Selector - Dan Wahlin's WebLog
jQuery Mobile has rocked the web with an easy way of quickly developing mobile applications. Not just mobile web apps but using PhoneGap you can build native applications that can be downloaded in the available app stores. jQuery Mobile can be as flexible as you want it to be, but out of the box it’s built to quickly launch your applications with pre-built design templates or using the jQuery Mobile theme roller. Below is a detailed plan that will help you learn jQuery Mobile and all the possibilities. Use it as a reference guide when your looking to figure something out or trying to determine if there is something you can do in jQuery Mobile. jQuery Mobile Development Guide | jQuery Mobile Development Guide |
Martin Angelov In this article we will take a look at 15 jQuery techniques which will be useful for your effective use of the library. We will start with a few tips about performance and continue with short introductions to some of the library’s more obscure features. 1) Use the Latest Version of jQuery With all the innovation taking place in the jQuery project, one of the easiest ways to improve the performance of your web site is to simply use the latest version of jQuery. Every release of the library introduces optimizations and bug fixes, and most of the time upgrading involves only changing a script tag. 15 Powerful jQuery Tips and Tricks for Developers 15 Powerful jQuery Tips and Tricks for Developers
Blog Archive » jQuery Performance Rules Blog Archive » jQuery Performance Rules Once upon a time, all we needed to worry about was reducing Bytes and Requests and playing around with load order to make things faster. Nowadays, we are increasingly impacting one more major component in performance – CPU utilization. Using jQuery and other frameworks that make selecting nodes and DOM manipulation easy can have adverse affects if you’re not careful and follow some simple practices for reducing the work the browser has to do. 1.
51+ Best of jQuery Tutorials and Examples Apr 24 2008 There’s stuff all over the Web about jQuery, but finding the best tutorials to get you started can be tough. Here are Examples and tutorials from jQuery masters to keep you on the right track. We will start with jQuery masters and feature some of their best tutorials, then we will move on to more categorized tutorials, cheat sheets and hacks.

51+ Best of jQuery Tutorials and Examples

The Basics of jQuery ↩ Andrée So, a while back I had an internal presentation at work about this topic. A few good friends in the community took a look at my slides, and they thought it would make a nice blog post because “there can’t be too many good posts about jQuery introduction and best-practices.” Whether this post is going to be good or not, is up to you but I’ll try to outline what jQuery is, and how you can start working with it. For most of you, this will just be a re-cap and probably not provide much new information but can perhaps serve as a reference post if you ever need one. I will expect some basic knowledge about JavaScript but you do not have to be an expert, heck, you don’t even need to have used jQuery before—but you should know terms like object literals , anonymous functions , and what DOM and CSS are. What is jQuery? The Basics of jQuery ↩ Andrée