Continuing from yesterday, today we’ll take a look at the “fadeIn”, “slideDown”, and “show” methods. We’ll also examine jQuery’s “css” abilities.
Starting today, I’m launching a daily video series that will teach you PRECISELY how to use the jQuery library in your own projects. We’ll start out by downloading the framework, creating our first function, examining syntax, and more. Every day, I’ll post a five-ten minute “training regimen” that expands on what you’ve already learned. So there’s no reason to fight it anymore! Learn this dang thing and start earning more money on ThemeForest.net with your new-found skills.
Hi everyone. I originally released this screencast back when this blog only had about two hundred subscribers. Lately, many of our new readers have been asking me about using regular expressions. So, I decided to bump this one back to the top. I hope you enjoy it!
To a novice web developer, regular expressions look like the most scary thing on the planet. Who could possibly dismantle such a block of code and decipher its meaning? Luckily, its bark is much worse than its bite. You’ll quickly find that regular expressions are rather straight-forward and easy to understand – once you learn the syntax.