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.
To understand the topic well you will get a lot of jQuery examples in this tutorial. Let’s see a simple jQuery example.
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What is jQuery
Advantages of jQuery
Here are some advantages of jQuery:
Save lots of time: Using the jQuery inbuilt effects and selectors you can save lots of time and efforts.
Compatible with browsers: jQuery is compatible with all major modern browsers such as Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer.
Absolutely free: jQuery is completely free to download and use.
Here are the important features of jQuery:
Ajax Support: it supports AJAX. So using the AJAX technology you can develop a responsive and feature-rich site.
HTML manipulation: Using the jQuery you can easily select DOM elements, traverse them and modifying their content.
Lightweight: jQuery is very lightweight library. Its size is about 19KB.
Cross browser support: jQuery support all modern web-browser.
Built-in Animation: jQuery have predefined method “animate ()”. Using that method you can create custom animation on web-page.
|Tutorial||How to use jQuery|
|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 CSS Classes|
|Tutorial||jQuery CSS() Method|
|Tutorial||Introduction to AJAX|
|Tutorial||jQuery load() Method|
|Tutorial||jQuery Get()/Post() Methods|