What Is jQuery?

jQuery is a fast, compact and cross-platform Javascript library packed in a single .js file. The main purpose of jQuery is to help the developer by making it easier to work with HTML documents. It does so by making HTML document transversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax, easier. You can download jQuery from […]
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How To Add Class Names In jQuery?

To add one or more class names to the selected element, the addClass() method is used. It is only used to ADD one or more class names to the class attributes and not remove existing class attributes. It adds a specified class to each element from the selected elements. jQuery addClass() Syntax: (According to the […]
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10 Awesome jQuery Print Page Plugins

Are you looking to create a print friendly website with custom implementation instead of default browser behaviour? Do you want to allow your users to print specific parts of the web page, instead of being forced to print the complete page? Do you wish to add custom headers and footers and implement different CSS styles […]
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Fade HTML Table Row on Hover Using jQuery

HTML tables are the ideal choice for displaying data in tabular form. Tables can be styled and made interactive with a combination of jQuery and CSS. You can do different style experiments with tables for a better user experience. In this short post, we’ll also experiment with fading all rows except the selected row on […]
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Drag and Drop HTML Table Rows Using jQuery

HTML tables are the preferred UI option for displaying data. Sorting, paging and searching/filtering are must-have functionalities for any HTML table with extensive data. These functions make HTML tables more user-friendly and efficient for the end user. In some cases one may require drag and drop functionalities for HTML table rows. Unfortunately, implementing drag and […]
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20 Impressive jQuery Plugins to Replace the HTML Select Box

The traditional HTML select element is not very powerful out of the box, it lacks in more substantive features. Today, the web demands controls with multiple features for a user-friendly experience and the traditional HTML select box just can’t compete. Features like multi-select, grouping, hierarchical lists, and custom HTML markup make light work of projects […]
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