jQuery is a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML. It was released in January 2006 at BarCamp NYC by John Resig. It is currently developed by a team of developers led by Dave Methvin. Used by over 80% of the 10,000 most visited websites, jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library in use today.jQuery is free, open source software, licensed under the MIT License. jQuery's syntax is designed to make it easier to navigate a document, select DOM elements, create animations, handle events, and develop Ajax applications. jQuery also provides capabilities for developers to create plug-ins on top of the JavaScript library.
Posts about Jquery
  • How to Add Mobile App Banners to Your Site

    …, you can use iTunes Link Maker Launch iTunes Link Maker Interestingly, Google Android and Microsoft have not released a similar solution for their native browsers. That doesn’t mean that you can’t do it, though. There’s a jQuery script that you can add to your site that will not only set the iTunes Smart Banner, it will also create a banner…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin How To's- 16 readers -
  • 14 Data Visualization Tools to Tell Better Stories with Numbers

    … library. Dygraphs creates chart that are interactive: you can mouse over to highlight individual values. You can click and drag to zoom. Double-clicking will zoom you back out. Shift-drag will pan. You can change the number and hit enter to adjust the averaging period. jqPlot is a plotting and charting plugin for the jQuery Javascript framework…

    {grow}- 24 readers -
  • 7 Places to Learn to Code – for Free!

    … designed to build hands-on experience. You can choose from a variety of courses including HTML & CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Python, Ruby on Rails and more. Here, you’ll learn how to code, but you won’t gain a deep understanding into why you’re doing anything you’re doing. There are other resources for that, but if you’re a marketer or you’re…

    Larry Kim/ Search Engine Journal- 10 readers -
  • 7 Places to Learn to Code – for Free!

    … of the coding pool with interactive lessons designed to build hands-on experience. You can choose from a variety of courses including HTML & CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Python, Ruby on Rails and more. Here, you'll learn how to code, but you won't gain a deep understanding into why you're doing anything you're doing. There are other resources…

    Larry Kim/ WordStream- 6 readers -
  • 55 Best SEO WordPress Themes – Part 2

    … WordPress theme that makes use of HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and other cool techniques. It is very tidy and offers your readers a very enjoyable experience. The template can easily win hearts of search engines and place you on the top positions. So, go for it. 40. iCreative Perfect for agency, portfolio, online store, photography and blog websites…

    Sunalini Rana/ Home Based Business Resourcesin SEO Blogging- 9 readers -
  • Designing The Perfect Mobile Landing Page

    … format when possible is instead advised, and coding your mobile landing page using HTML5 and jQuery will increase loading speeds. All in all, you should aim to keep your pages to around 20 kilobytes. 6. Finally – A/B Test Every Element The only way to be sure that your mobile landing page is working as hard as it can and creating the most…

    Kerry Butters/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 11 readers -
  • Top 15 Web Design Blog Posts of 2014

    … in these 60 WordPress tutorials compiled by Kerrie Hughes. When you’re in a bind looking for the right formatting or visibility filters for jQuery, where do you find the answer? You find them in your friendly available cheat sheet on the web! Varun Kumar puts together 30 for programmers and developers. Your web design process should be meticulous…

    John Anyasor/ UpCity Daily Tipsin Social SEO Content- 8 readers -
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