• What is jQuery?

    What is jQuery?
    jQuery is a new style library of JavaScript, created by John Resig in 2006 with a great motto: Write less, do more - Write less, do more.
  • Basic about jQuery

    Basic about jQuery
    This article will explain the basic concepts commonly used in jQuery such as: string (string), number (number), Boolean, array (array), function, parameter, context, ...
  • Selector in jQuery

    Selector in jQuery
    The jQuery library exploits the power of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) Selector to help us quickly and easily access elements or groups of elements in the DOM.
  • Attributes in jQuery

    Attributes in jQuery
    Some of the most basic components, we can manipulate DOM elements, are properties and attributes assigned to those elements.
  • Access the DOM in jQuery

    Access the DOM in jQuery
    jQuery is a very powerful tool. It provides various DOM access methods (DOM Traversal Method), which helps us to select elements in a document randomly or in a continuous manner.
  • CSS Selector in jQuery

    CSS Selector in jQuery
    The jQuery library supports almost all Selector in Cascading Style Sheet (CSS), when mentioned on the World Wide Web Consortium.
  • Manipulate the DOM in jQuery

    Manipulate the DOM in jQuery
    jQuery provides methods to manipulate the DOM in an extremely efficient way. You do not need to write code that is too long to modify the attribute value of any element or to
  • Event handling in jQuery

    Event handling in jQuery
    We have the ability to create dynamic websites by using Events. Events are actions that can be detected by your web application.
  • jQuery Ajax

    jQuery Ajax
    AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML and this technology helps us to download data from the Server without Refreshing the browser.
  • Effects in jQuery

    Effects in jQuery
    jQuery provides a simple interface to perform different types of amazing effects. JQuery methods allow us to quickly apply common effects with minimal configuration. This