jQuery, of course, provides a very easy-to-use model for manipulating the elements on your page. It also contains lots of helper functions and special libraries for doing things like building widgets or even mobile apps. You get to benefit from all the lazy programmers before you who build these tools to make their lives easier. Enjoy!
What is the DOM?
How to add jQuery to Your Web Pages(Download/CDN).
Using jQuery How can you :
jQuery syntax anatomy $(selector).action()
What does the
$ symbol mean? What is a selector and action(events)?
What is the Document Ready Event $(document).ready().
jQuery Dimension Methods
what is implicit iteration.
$("div")what would happen)
What does "traversing the DOM" mean?
How can you add CSS to a selected element?
How do you add or remove data attributes from an element?
What new iterators (including some familiar Ruby ones) does jQuery give you?
How can you select only the
<li> elements inside of
<div> elements with class
What happens to the elements you’ve already selected (e.g. with
$("li")) if another qualifying element (e.g. a
<li>gets added to the DOM later?
How would you add the class
some-class to every
<li> on the page?
How would you use
#map to return an array listing the contents of a particular list?
Where can you look up any selectors you need?
The jQuery Documentation has a comprehensive list of all the functions you can use.
jQuery docs will be your savior again and again. You’ll probably find them via Google most of the time, but get used to the format they present information in because you’ll be seeing a lot of it.
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