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Aug 07

Today we’re going to start looking at the JQuery utilities function. The utilities function include several low level helper methods used on JQuery’s core. The good news is that you can also reuse them in your own code. In this post we’re going to take a look at the browser detection helper functions. Before v1.3, […]

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Aug 06

Windows 7 on MSDN

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And you can get them now!

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Aug 05

There are certain scenarios where you handle events in “pairs”. For instance, I guess we’ve all written JavaScript code for handling mouse over and mouse out events (which, btw, is also commonly known as hovering). Take a look at the following snippet: <div> Mouse over turns green! Mouse out turns black… </div> <script type="text/javascript"> $(function() […]

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Aug 05

JQuery: more on the triggerHandler method

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In the previous post I’ve shown you some code on how to use the triggerHandler method. At the time, I said that events would bubble even though the docs say that they won’t. I based my conclusions on a small simple test I’ve written. ingmar added more information on a comment saying that if you […]

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Aug 03

JQuery: DOM level event model support

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In the previous posts, we’ve taken a peek at the several DOM levels that exist. In this post, we’ll see how JQuery supports these levels. Well, as you might expect, JQuery supports most of this stuff. The only thing that is not supported is the capture phase. In other words, you’ll only get bubbling events […]

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Aug 03

JQuery: DOM 3 level event model

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Today we’re going to talk (briefly) about the last DOM event level which isn’t still supported by all browsers. DOM 3 level event builds on level 2 and adds some new features. Most of the things we’ve mentioned in the previous post still hold. For instance, the propagation model we’ve discussed is still there, as […]

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