In web design, you constantly work with a reliable handful of elements: Images can enhance a page’s design and highlight web page elements. Links form the foundation of the Web, letting people jump from one piece of information to another, and you can control how those links work, whether in the same browser window or a new one. And when you’ve got lots of links, it’s good to know how to collect them in a top-notch navigation bar. jQuery can make all of these page elements more interactive and exciting. In this chapter, you’ll see how to use jQuery to make your images, links, windows, and navigation bars work better than ever.
Every image displayed on a web page has a
src (short for source) attribute that indicates a path to a graphic ...