jQuery for Absolute Beginners : From Beginning to Advanced

  • Job DurationUdemy
  • Job Duration2-3 hours worth of material
  • Job DurationPaid Course

Project detail


Learn jQuery : Client Side Web Development using jQuery through Step by Step Learning, JavaScript Library jQuery

What you’ll learn:

  • Will become Master in client side web development
  • Will become expert in jQuery
  • Will earn working experience on jQuery

Our students review about this course —

«Best course to get started with jQuery, Thankyou 🙂 « — Vipinraj KT

«It is easy to understand for beginners in JQuery. Simple and clear explanation.» — Irina Zakharova

«taking everything into the details and steps by steps, I love the course so far»— Maher Mahbouby

«Loved this course. I had zero knowledge on jQuery and now I just love it!» — Sachin Satish Pai

«I loved this course, it will definitely help me complete my second year of my FdSc Computing course. Thank you» — Daryl Sturman

«That is really good course not just for learning new, but also reviewing jquery.» — Mirnaghi Aghazada

jQuery is a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML. It is free, open-source software using the permissive MIT License. Web analysis indicates that it is the most widely deployed JavaScript library by a large margin.

Mastering jQuery will boost up your career especially in web development. This course is designed you to master yourself in jQuery through step by step process.

Course Contents

jQuery Intro

  • What is jQuery and what you will learn?

  • Downloading jQuery

jQuery Basics

  • A first look at jQuery code

  • Selectors and Filters

  • Replacing contents

  • Handling events

  • Hide/Show events

  • Fading

  • Slide

  • Toggle

  • Animate

  • Selectors

  • Filters

jQuery Advanced

  • Advanced Selectors

  • Creating Content

  • Creating Content: Part 2

  • Inserting content

  • Modifying content

  • Modifying CSS

  • Final thoughts

Bonus Lecture:HTML5Basics

  • Introduction to HTML

  • HTML4 vs. HTML5

  • Making your first HTML page

  • Tools to create HTML files

  • Base HTML Tags

  • Paragraph Tags

  • Break Tags

  • Header Tags

  • Bold and Italic Tags

  • Ordered and unordered Lists

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