Include jQuery in your page and you are ready to get started. But knowing the intricate details of jQuery methods and in which situations they should be used is equally important. Half of jQuery programming is about using CSS selectors which grab HTML elements to execute jQuery methods on.
This book is based on delivering a number of concise and informative jQuery tips. Each page contains just one example that solves one specific problem or educates the reader about a certain way of doing things using jQuery.
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