Exploring jQuery Selectors
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Published: 07 Apr 2009
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This article describes the Selectors available in the 1.3.2 version of jQuery. Nihar mentions each selector and filter briefly with an example.
by Nihar Ranjan Nayak
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Selectors are most important part of the jQuery API or library. They use very easy syntax to identify a set of elements. They completely change the way we work with our JavaScript code. Here i will explain the jQuery Selectors available in the latest version (1.3.2).

So before exploring the Selectors I would recommend to download the latest version of jQuery from jQuery.com. Then create a new web site in Visual Studio. Add the downloaded jQuery.js file to your web site. Then in your Default.aspx page specify the reference to the jQuery.js file like this :

                   <script src="jquery-1.3.2.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

At this point you are ready to work with jQuery and to test all the Selectors.

Add a new  <script type="text/javascript"></scripttag. Write all your jQuery code within this tag.

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User Comments

Title: good   
Name: 00
Date: 2010-01-28 10:44:36 PM
Title: Request   
Name: Pls write more article on JQuery
Date: 2009-05-12 6:46:55 AM
Hello Nihar
Please write more articles on JQuery.
Tume lekha ame sahajare khali padhi kam akribu
How is the IDEA?
Excellent Idea...
Title: Ureka   
Name: Lulu
Date: 2009-05-11 10:26:46 AM
Really I have been searching this type of article for last 2 months.Thank you Nihar.
Title: Excellent boss   
Name: Sumoon
Date: 2009-05-11 10:23:15 AM
Excellent Article boos.Please post tghis type of usefull articles more

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