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Getting started with jQuery UI

In this post you will learn how to get started with jQuery UI. Believe me, jQuery UI is really very easy to learn and it provides abstractions for low-level interaction and animation, advanced effects and high-level, theme-able widgets, built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library which you can use to build highly interactive web applications. The whole jQuery UI categorized into three groups that is core, interactions, widgets and effects. In this post I am going show you how to setup a demo page for jQuery UI. You just need to follow the steps given below. Step 1 (Downloading UI Library) At very first you need to download the jQuery UI library from here . You might get confused on this download page because there is various checkboxes to select. Look if you want to download library that contains core elements of UI then deselect all components and select only UI Core there. Similarly, if you want library that contains interaction element

Using jQuery Plugins

In this post you will learn the basic terminology of jQuery Plugins, where to get them and even how to use them on the web page. The main emphasis of this post will be how to incorporate them into our web page. I will keep my ideas simple so that any fresher can also get into Plugins use. What is jQuery Plugins? We all know jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Libarary that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating and also Ajax interactions for rapid web developments. JQuery is specially designed to change the way that we write JavaScript. Now to understand jQuery Plugin, you need to define the term 'Plugin'. Plugin is actually set of software components and sometimes it may be very small in size and it adds specific abilities to a larger software application. Some plugins supports customizing functionality that let us get the full benefits and jQuery Plugins has this functionality. The day by day growing jQuery community has created th

Attribute Starts with Selector in jQuery

In this quick post you will learn how to find elements in the DOM that have the specified attribute with a value beginning exactly with a given string. Actually, this problem was asked by my one of the friend Md Ibrahim Rashid, who is from Kolkata at Kolkata Geeks Developer Conference 2012. Let’s look at the HTML Markup and a problem:-     < div >         < a id ="abc" href ="#"> Link 1 </ a >< br />         < a id ="bdc" href ="#"> Link 2 </ a >< br />         < a id ="acd" href ="#"> Link 3 </ a >< br />         < a id ="cca" href ="#"> Link 4 </ a >< br />         < a id ="adc" href ="#"> Link 5 </ a >< br />     </ div > In the above markups, I have 5 links with id attribute. If you look at id attribute’s value, you will find 3 id’s value sta

Making Clone on Web Page using jQuery

Introduction This post shows how to make the clone of elements on web page using jQuery, for this we will use .clone() method. Sometimes we want to copy (clone) elements on web page, for example, navigate menu can be placed on header and footer too and there may be many situations come to us where we need to clone. Why write something twice if we have opportunity to use jQuery. So, let's create a demonstration page for this talk. < body >     < h2 > History of Visual Studio </ h2 >     < div class ="mainBody">         Visual Studio's history probably begins in < strong class ="year"> 1975 </ strong > with Bill and Paul's decision to create Altair BASIC.  Maybe you could start before that but I think that's as far back as you could go and still say it's about Visual Studio at all – it's at that time that Microsoft decided it was going to have software development products and no

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