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jQuery Mobile Web Development Essentials Second Edition by Andy Matthews, Raymond Camden

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Summary

In this chapter, we discussed how to add headers, footers, and navigation bars (NavBars) to your jQuery Mobile pages. We showed how the proper div tags will create nicely formatted headers and footers on your page, and how to make these headers and footers persist over a long page. furthermore, we demonstrated full-screen mode for headers and footers. These are headers and footers that appear and disappear with clicks—perfect for images and other items you want to show in a full-screen type view on your mobile device. Finally, we saw how to combine persistent footers and NavBars to create a footer that doesn't go away when the page changes.

In the next chapter, we'll take an in-depth look at lists. Lists are one of the primary ways folks ...

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