Jquery Learning Center
Jquery Learning Center
Official Documentation, compiled regularly from the source
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Up-to-date compilation of the official documentation pages, hosted on https://github.com/jquery/learn.jquery.com. Updated regularly for you to have the latest version, and provided in three different formats (epub, mobi and PDF) for the community to be able to read it offline.
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Table of Contents
About This Site
How jQuery Works
Additional jQuery Support
Using jQuery Core
$ vs $()
$( document ).ready()
Avoiding Conflicts with Other Libraries
Working with Selections
The jQuery Object
CSS, Styling, & Dimensions
Iterating over jQuery and non-jQuery Objects
Using jQuery's .index() Function
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I select an item using class or ID?
How do I select elements when I already have a DOM element?
How do I test whether an element has a particular class?
How do I test whether an element exists?
How do I determine the state of a toggled element?
How do I select an element by an ID that has characters used in CSS notation?
How do I disable/enable a form element?
How do I check/uncheck a checkbox input or radio button?
How do I get the text value of a selected option?
How do I replace text from the 3rd element of a list of 10 items?
How do I pull a native DOM element from a jQuery object?
jQuery Event Basics
Inside the Event Handling Function
Understanding Event Delegation
Triggering Event Handlers
History of jQuery Events
Introducing Custom Events
jQuery Event Extensions
Introduction to Effects
Custom Effects with .animate()
Queue & Dequeue Explained
jQuery's Ajax-Related Methods
Ajax and Forms
Working with JSONP
Finding & Evaluating Plugins
How to Create a Basic Plugin
Advanced Plugin Concepts
Writing Stateful Plugins with the jQuery UI Widget Factory
Append Outside of Loops
Cache Length During Loops
Detach Elements to Work with Them
Don't Act on Absent Elements
Use Stylesheets for Changing CSS on Many Elements
Don't Treat jQuery as a Black Box
Code Organization Concepts
Beware Anonymous Functions
Keep Things DRY
Feature & Browser Detection
Getting Started with jQuery UI
How jQuery UI Works
Theming jQuery UI
Using jQuery UI ThemeRoller
Why Use the Widget Factory?
How To Use the Widget Factory
Widget Method Invocation
Extending Widgets with the Widget Factory
Using the classes Option
Using jQuery UI
Using jQuery UI with AMD
Using jQuery UI with Bower
Getting Started with jQuery Mobile
Creating a Custom Theme with ThemeRoller
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