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Go from jQuery plugin user to jQuery plugin author in a few steps, by turning existing filters or code into reusable, highly configurable plugins.
Learn how to make polished and engaging interfaces for your websites and mobile apps with jQuery UI.
Learn how to use jQuery to add dynamic content, remote data, animation, and effects to your websites and mobile apps.
Learn to employ AJAX and AHAH in your web projects and dynamically update pages without reloading—all with the streamlined capabilities in jQuery.
Learn how to install the JQuery UI plugin, use its prebuilt widgets on your existing web pages, and add interactivity with behaviors.
Learn how to use jQuery to add web form usability, animation, and other features like slideshow galleries to your existing webpages.
Learn to create an engaging, interactive, and animated timeline with HTML and jQuery.
Implement and customize a sortable photo gallery with jQuery.
Build a dynamic sliding tabbed panel from scratch using a combination of HTML, CSS, jQuery, and the tools in Dreamweaver.
Build a dynamic sliding tabbed panel from scratch using a combination of HTML, CSS, and jQuery.
Shows how to convert text or graphics into a mouse-sensitive tooltip with HTML and jQuery.
Discover how to create an app-like experience for iPad with HTML, CSS, and jQuery, while bypassing the need for Objective-C or the App Store.
Shows how to create a custom interactive bar chart or other visual graphic with jQuery.
Shows how to develop an interactive photo gallery for a web site using HTML, CSS, and jQuery.
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