Work with the DOM with jQuery

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Get started with jQuery

  • Published Date November 2014
  • 27 Videos
  • 2 hours 47 minutes
  • 6570 Happy Students

About the course

jQuery is an extremely popular Javascript library that makes repetitive tasks such as element selection, DOM manipulation, effects and Ajax super easy. It is quite simply a web designer’s swiss army knife. jQuery is also extensible and has a massive community of plugin developers and users behind it who’ve created an ecosystem of amazing plugins and add-on modules. If you look around, you’ll find jQuery on virtually every popular website.

It’s fast, it cuts down your development time and it makes coding in JavaScript super fun. As a Web Designer / Developer, learning and knowing jQuery is highly recommended. So, hop right in as we hand-hold your first steps with jQuery!

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  • Published Date November 2014
  • 27 Videos
  • 2 hours 47 minutes
  • 6570 Happy Students

Courses Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction to jQuery
What is jQuery?
6:44
Why Should You Learn and Use jQuery?
3:31
Quiz
Lesson 2: Getting started
Downloading and including the jQuery Script File
4:19
Using jQuery from a Content Delivery Network (CDN)
4:16
The jQuery Ready Method
2:45
Quiz
Lesson 3: Selectors
Introduction to Selectors
13:44
Introduction to Basic jQuery Selectors: IDs and Classes
3:55
Selecting by Element Type and Attribute Value
7:33
Using Selection Filters: Basic Filters
5:58
Using Selection Filters: Child & Content Filters
8:54
Hierarchically Traversing the DOM
9:56
Quiz
Lesson 4: DOM Manipulation
Playing with Styles
6:49
Inserting Content
12:02
Playing with Classes
10:16
Slide Effects
4:56
Iterating Over Collections
4:47
Quiz
Lesson 5: Event Listeners
Introduction to Event Listeners
7:42
Mouse Events
21:14
Keyboard Events
10:46
Form Events
6:31
Best Practices
10:26
Quiz
Lesson 6: Course Conclusion
Conclusion
0:34
  • Published Date November 2014
  • 27 Videos
  • 2 hours 47 minutes
  • 6570 Happy Students