Archive for November, 2006

Really Simple Live Comment Preview

Introduction and Caveat I'm sure that some of you were expecting this entry to discuss traversing the DOM using jQuery methods. After all, I said I would do just that in my last entry. But a couple nights ago, I had the impulse to try a "live comment preview," so I'm going with it. My […]
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How to Get Anything You Want – part 1

With jQuery, you can get to just about anything on a web page. In this entry, I'll show you a few ways you can use jQuery's versatile selector expressions to traverse to an element — or group of elements — in the DOM. I've put together a short paragraph and an ordered list scattered with […]
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Documentation and Support Resources for jQuery

One of the first things I want to know when I try out a new programming language or library or framework is where I can find documentation and support. Yet too often I have found an otherwise promising new tool to be nearly useless for someone like me who is just starting out and can't […]
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