- Now we're going to start in on another…kind of jQuery plugin, for a different use case.…Let's take a look at the page, and see what we're gonna do.…So here in the exercise files for Chapter Three,…in the start folder for the first video,…I have this page from a gallery on a blog,…with all these lovely images.…The first image has a caption.…None of the other images has a caption.…It'd be nice if they all did, but it would be even nicer…if we didn't have to write out the HTML for each one.…What does that HTML look like?…Well, let's take a look.…
Here in the editor, I'm looking at…the gallery file in the start folder, and if I scroll down,…you can see here is my first image, with its caption.…So, I have the image tag, which is surrounded by…a caption image classed div,…and then the caption itself is a span tag…with a class caption.…Now, this is a static file.…So I could just do a search-and-replace and add in…all the HTML by hand, fine.…But if you're working in a situation…with a content management system, or in another situation…
- Writing basic jQuery filters
- Converting filters to plugins
- Converting code to plugins
- Making plugins configurable
- Adding appearance options and functions
- Distributing jQuery plugins
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Foundations of jQuery Plugins
2. Writing Your First Plugin
3. Diving Deeper with a Complex Plugin
4. Advanced Topics
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