Getting Started with jQuery
jQuery programming has a great deal to do with CSS selectors. The following tutorials explain how to include jQuery on your page, followed by explanations of CSS selectors to get you started.
- How to Add jQuery to Your Website
- How to Get Started with jQuery
- jQuery and CSS Selectors
- Selecting HTML Elements Using CSS Selectors (Part 2)
Main jQuery Tutorials
- jQuery CSS Selector Walkthrough
- Rerouting <A HREF> Functionality for Custom CSS Buttons
- Regular Expressions (regex) and jQuery
- Make an Ajax Call Using jQuery
- Examples of Binding jQuery Events to HTML Elements
- Creating jQuery Event-based CSS Buttons
- Converting Common HTML5 Elements Into jQuery Mobile UI Controls
- Applying Mouse Events to Custom CSS Buttons
- How to Create a jQuery Plugin
- How to Create a Mouse Hover Tool Tip with jQuery
- How to Overwrite Default jQuery Methods: next() and prev()
- jqWolfer: Overwrite Default Alert Message Box Functionality
- jqGrowl: A Plugin to Create Mac OSX-like "Growl" Messages (HTML, CSS)
Lookup / Printout Diagrams
jQuery programming is made simple using these visual lookup diagrams, visually displaying a corellation between jQuery methods and the properties of HTML elements. These printout diagrams are high-resolution charts in Adobe PDF format. If you have a printer, it takes less than a minute to download and print them out.
- Diagram 1: jQuery Element Size (Offset, Width, Height) Methods
- Diagram 2: Selecting Values From Input Elements
- Diagram 3: The Link Between Ajax, JSON and PHP.
jQuery Selector Tutorials
- CSS Selectors to Get or Set a Value to/from HTML's <Select> and <Option> Tags
- Using "each" Method to Loop Through a List of HTML Elements
- Method "each" to Loop Through Object Contents
- Anonymous (Nameless) Functions
- Selecting HTML Element Contents with innerHTML and jQuery Method .html()
- Auto-type a Prerecorded Message in Textarea With MP3 Audio
- Free Keyboard Typing Practice Game for Kids
- CSS 3D Transforms (Spinning Coke Demo)
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