jQuery Tutorial

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jQuery tutorial provides deep knowledge of jQuery technology for both beginners and professionals.

In this jQuery tutorial you will learn about example, selectors, traversing, events, effects, jQuery fundamentals, CSS and attributes. This jQuery Tutorials are broken down into sections and each section has number of related topics that are packed with easy to understand explanations.

jQuery example:

To understand the topic well you will get a lot of jQuery examples in this tutorial. Let’s see a simple jQuery example.

jQuery Introduction

jQuery means “write less do more”. It is a lightweight, “write less, do more” and JavaScript library created by John Resig in 2006. jQurey is used to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML. jQuery also gives you the ability to create an Ajax based application in a quick and simple way.

jQuery is just a JavaScript library. It makes easy to use JavaScript on your website. jQuery can be called as an abstraction layer. In jQuery, you can write the several lines of JavaScript code and wrap it into functions and can call that function with a single line of code.

jQuery does not replace JavaScript. While writing the jQuery the code you write is still a JavaScript code.

To use jQuery, you don’t need to be a JavaScript expert. jQuery is used to simplify the complex things from JavaScript like DOM manipulation and AJAX calls, so that without knowing a lot about JavaScript you can do all these things.

Index Title
Tutorial jQuery Basics
Tutorial How to use jQuery
Tutorial jQuery Syntax
Tutorial jQuery Example
Tutorial jQuery Selectors
Tutorial jQuery Events
Tutorial jQuery Mouse Events
Tutorial jQuery Keyboard Events
Tutorial jQuery Form Events
Tutorial jQuery Document/Window Events
Tutorial jQuery hide/show Effect
Tutorial jQuery Fading Effect
Tutorial jQuery Sliding Effect
Tutorial jQuery Animation Effect
Tutorial jQuery Stop Effect
Tutorial Introduction to DOM manipulation
Tutorial Getting and setting content
Tutorial jQuery Add
Tutorial jQuery Remove
Tutorial jQuery CSS Classes
Tutorial jQuery CSS() Method
Tutorial Introduction to AJAX
Tutorial jQuery load() Method
Tutorial jQuery Get()/Post() Methods
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