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Dreamweaver CS5.5 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery by David Karlins

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Chapter 10. Adding jQuery Mobile Elements

In this chapter, you will learn to build jQuery Mobile-based pages from scratch. Moreover, you will learn additional techniques for designing those pages—layout grids, and collapsible blocks.

In the previous chapter, you learned to build a mobile-device-friendly page based on jQuery Mobile. That page, in turn, was organized into jQuery Mobile data-pages, which feels like distinct pages to a visitor. However, they have the advantage of actually being part of a single HTML page. This has a number of advantages, the two most important being that a) the "pages" (the data-pages) all load at once, giving a visitor a seamless, wait-less browsing experience; and b) this setup facilitates converting the entire ...

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