In This Chapter
Learning anything new, especially a language like jQuery, comes with its fair share of mistakes and frustrations.
These little bumps in the road can range from small errors like writing selectors properly to having Ajax not return the proper information—or any information at all. Armed with the right tools and a little knowledge, you can typically solve these problems easily with little time lost to troubleshooting.
The focus here will be on identifying problems (many are identified in error messages provided by the browser) and then applying techniques to resolve the issues. ...