Welcome back to jQuery for Beginners. Just a quick recap first – in the first two weeks we covered the very basics of jQuery and interacting with elements. Last time round we made an accordion – something which taught us a few of the jQuery special animation functions that are built in to jQuery. Today we will be using those functions and a bit more as we look at creating a nice looking Gallery page, built with HTML and CSS, and then adding some nice interactive effects with jQuery.
Welcome to the third post in this series, taking you from jQuery novice to jQuery expert. The past two weeks have essentially just listed functions that you will need to know. Today we are going to put the skills we’ve learned into practice (as well as meeting new things) and create a basic accordion.
An accordion is a very good way of showing lots of content in a small area. You might have five headers, each with a paragraph below it. Showing all that at once is going to go down for a long way.Read More
Welcome to part 2 of jQuery for beginners. In the first part we looked at how to add jQuery to our pages and also looked at how jQuery selects elements on the page before finally animating a div. In this lesson we are going to look purely at how to select elements through their relationship with the element we are already interacting with. This may seem complicated, but it’s in fact very straightforward.Read More