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Events

Attach a handler to an event for the elements. Bind an event handler to the “blur” JavaScript event, or trigger that event on an element. Bind an event handler to the “change” JavaScript event, or trigger that event on an element.
So everywhere you look, you see “jQuery this” and “jQuery that”. For the last year or so, this library has been the darling of the Javascript world. But do you feel that you just can’t seem to learn the dang thing? Do you hate how the existing tutorials assume that you know WAY more than you actually do? If this rings true for you, I can help. Starting today, I’m launching a daily video series that will teach you PRECISELY how to use the jQuery library in your own projects.

“jQuery for Absolute Beginners” Video Series

“jQuery for Absolute Beginners” Video Series
Whether you are already familiar with Javascript development or just starting to learn more about dynamic web development, jQuery is an excellent framework to start learning more about today. People who come to jQuery from Javascript background begin to realize how much they have been missing. On this page we will learn how to make jQuery plugins, but several other important points will be made as well.

How to Make a jQuery Plugin - Tutorial for Beginners - Authentic Society

How to Make a jQuery Plugin - Tutorial for Beginners - Authentic Society