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  • How to Use jQuery’s Mouse Methods

    22 mai, par Learning JQuery — Beginner
    jQuery has 4 event methods that have to do with cursor movement. The methods are .mouseenter(), .mouseleave(), .mouseup() and .mousedown(). All of these methods can be used to trigger events and execute code based on when and where the user’s cursor moves. In terms of syntax, they’re fairly (...)
  • Using jQuery to Count Child Elements

    16 mai, par Learning JQuery — Intermediate
    If you ever find yourself needing to know how many child elements an HTML element has, you’re in luck, because there’s a jQuery function for that. There are actually a few different ways you can go about doing this. The first is really simple and straightforward, and will count all the children (...)
  • Drag and Drop HTML Table Rows Using jQuery

    11 mai, par Learning JQuery — Intermediate
    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 (...)
  • How to Verify User Age with jQuery Code

    8 mai, par Learning JQuery — Beginner, Intermediate
    If you’ve ever visited a site that’s selling a product that has certain age restrictions (for example, a site selling or representing an alcohol brand might prompt you to verify that you’re over 21 before you’re allowed access to the site), you might have come into contact with an age verification (...)
  • How to Use jQuery’s .queue() Method

    2 mai, par Learning JQuery — Beginner
    jQuery’s .queue() method is one that is actually an effect method. The .queue() method can be used to show the length of the queue for a particular selected element. The queue is the list of functions in line to be executed on a single selected element. So if you’ve got an element with five (...)

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