Join Jen Kramer for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing jQuery, part of Bootstrap 3: Adding Interactivity to Your Site.
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…So, the last thing that we need in order to…work on our Bootstrap website is a copy of jQuery.…And Bootstrap is designed to work with jQuery, and…you need to include jQuery as part of your work.…So, there's two ways of doing this.…One is you can use the CDN, the content delivery…network, and you can link up to your copy of…jQuery, either through Google, which hosts the most current version…of jQuery for you on their servers, or through jQuery itself.…Or you can download a copy of jQuery for working on your own computer.…
And the way I'm going to do it in this course is I'm…going to go ahead and download a copy of jQuery for working locally.…And the advantage to doing that will be that we…can work with jQuery without necessarily being on the internet.…So, we're going to start by clicking on the button here for downloading jQuery.…So, from this page here, we're going…to download the most recent version of jQuery.…It could be that by the time you watch this video, the…most recent version of jQuery is not jQuery 1.11.0, and that's okay.…
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- Installing Bootstrap 3, Sublime Text 2, and jQuery
- Planning the thumbnail gallery
- Creating modal windows
- Creating an image carousel
- Linking images and adding captions
- Changing the carousel rotation
- Laying out and styling a contact form