The tool will find the code for any function name you enter (note that names are case-sensitive). By default, it will return version 1.4 code, but versions 1.3.2 and 1.2.6 are also available.
Other jQuery methods are highlighted and click-able so it’s easy to jump to other code blocks. You can also find functions from the URL, e.g.
shows the css method for the latest version of jQuery supported (1.4)
shows the attr method for jQuery version 1.3.2
The tool’s a fantastic idea and will certainly save time when hunting through the jQuery source. Thanks James. My only request: a case-insensitive auto-suggest box would make it absolutely perfect.
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