Using jQuery to Dynamically Add CSS to HTML

jQuery easily allows for CSS to be dynamically changed as a result of different event triggers. This is especially useful if you want to change some styling of a particular element after a click. Implementing this type of code is fairly simple. The code in the following example would change the color of the text […]
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Using jQuery .click() Events to Override Hover Styles on Mobile

One of the most frustrating things about optimizing a site for mobile is when certain styles or events that work perfectly fine on the desktop version don't really translate into a touch device. Take hover styles, for example, which work great on desktops, but, due to the nature of touch devices, don't really work at […]
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Flip your Tip: Keeping the Event-delegation Tooltip in View

Before we begin, please accept my apologies for not posting this tutorial sooner. I know at least two or three people were beginning to wonder if I'd ever finish what I started with this tooltip series. Please also forgive me if the phrase "flip your tip" has a double meaning in some ultra-hip corner of […]
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Using Delegate and Undelegate in jQuery 1.4.2

As some of you have heard, there have been two new methods added in jQuery 1.4.2, .delegate() and .undelegate(). These methods achieve the same thing as the .live() and .die() methods, they just use a different syntax. For those new to .live(), it's a method in jQuery that allows you to attach events to elements […]
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Using setTimeout to Delay Showing Event-Delegation Tooltips

In my last two tutorials, I explained how to use event delegation for showing and hiding tooltips. In a comment on the first one, Jan Aagaard asked how we might go about enhancing the script by adding a small delay before showing a tooltip. The answer lies with two JavaScript functions, setTimeout() and clearTimeout().
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Binding Multiple Events to Reduce Redundancy with Event-Delegation Tooltips

Last time I showed how to use event delegation to create a simple tooltip for a huge number of elements without running into the problem of binding an event handler to all of those elements. In this tutorial, I'm going to refine that tooltip script a bit, avoiding some code repetition and fixing a bug […]
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