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HTML, CSS and JavaScript All in One, Sams Teach Yourself: Covering HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery, Second Edition by Julie C. Meloni

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Chapter 24. First Steps Toward Creating Rich Interactions with jQuery UI

What You’ll Learn in This Chapter:

How and why to include the jQuery UI library

How to use jQuery UI selectors

How to dynamically position UI elements

How to add effects when hiding, showing, or repositioning elements

How to implement drag-and-drop functionality

In the preceding chapter, you took a closer look at the jQuery library, and saw how some of its built-in functions and methods can take the place of large chunks of JavaScript you’d otherwise have to write, test, and maintain on your own. The jQuery UI library is a similar beast—it is an additional library built on top of jQuery, which specifically provides a set of common UI interactions, effects, and ...

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