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I wonder if you could help me with advice on jQuery tutorials. I've taken a look at some of the examples on the web, but I'm pretty confused as the quality of the various samples varies greatly. I'm looking for some links to practical jQuery tutorials that have helped you to come to grips with it. For the purposes of this, please assume that I understand javascript, but have limited experience of the jQuery libraries.
 
Thanks and Regards,
 
Arvinder Singh
Posted 3-Nov-10 0:55am
Edited 4-Nov-10 3:39am
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Hiren Solanki at 3-Nov-10 6:49am
   
Probably a Library of Tech. book ( see you asked not to recommend google ).
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 6:51am
   
thanks anyway Hiren Solanki.
KunalChowdhury at 3-Nov-10 8:51am
   
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CPallini at 3-Nov-10 9:19am
   
Your mistake was 'goggling', you should try 'googling', instead... :-)
Sunasara Imdadhusen at 3-Nov-10 10:03am
   
Very nice
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 18:05pm
   
Thanks for the suggestion paliny.
Pete O'Hanlon at 4-Nov-10 8:41am
   
I've updated your question so that it shouldn't attract sarcastic replies. I have deleted your comment to Sunasara Imdadhusen please, as this level of abuse is not appropriate - I deleted his comment as well.
Ankur\m/ at 4-Nov-10 9:08am
   
Thumbs up to you Pete!
Wonde Tadesse at 25-Apr-11 14:13pm
   
'jQuery in Action" book is excellent to know better about jQuery.
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Solution 2

hi,
 
you can watch it it will give you different ways to use this library
 
http://www.noupe.com/jquery/50-amazing-jquery-examples-part1.html
 
tcho
 
jerem
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Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 9:15am
   
Thanks for answering :)
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Hi,
 
Please visit following link
http://docs.jquery.com/Tutorial[^]
 
Please let me know, if you have any questions about this.
 
Thanks,
Imdadhusen
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NMehta83 at 3-Nov-10 6:35am
   
To Sunasara Imdadhusen,
why you post the answer???.....now get the bad comments also....do not help the people if they don't have the right attitude to learn it.
NMehta83 at 3-Nov-10 6:43am
   
See I can understand your feelings but you have represented your question wrongly. You should ask like i have searched so many sites on google for the jQuery tutorial so i am confused but now i want to get the best tutorial site for jquery as here are more experienced person.
saini arun at 3-Nov-10 6:57am
   
I am afraid "Tit for Tat" no going to help you here. You were the one who asked the question rudely first and invited the comments of the same flavor.
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 7:00am
   
you should be afraid.
NMehta83 at 3-Nov-10 7:02am
   
Ok never mind..."bade bade desh me aesi choti choti batein hoti rehti hai..." :)
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 7:08am
   
haha.. Thanks friend.
Hiren Solanki at 3-Nov-10 7:22am
   
Yes saini and till the time imadadhusen will loose his all the authority point. if taken issue seriously.
saini arun at 3-Nov-10 7:33am
   
Yes, I agree.
 
But seems to be a bit harsh for imadadhusen. He replied in the same manner as other senior members must have replied for this type of question.
madhukk at 3-Nov-10 7:41am
   
Now dont make this post big one.
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 7:51am
   
hey madhukk..
 
what is your problem if others are commenting?
madhukk at 3-Nov-10 7:56am
   
come here http://www.codeproject.com/Messages/3654987/Re-off-topic.aspx lets have a nice chat.
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 8:02am
   
whats wrong if we have a chat here??
saini arun at 3-Nov-10 8:11am
   
Nothing wrong but lounge/GIT is more suitable for this kind of discussion.
Hiren Solanki at 3-Nov-10 8:28am
   
You should show you sense of humour over there so that you can be directed on right way.
mk14882 at 3-Nov-10 8:34am
   
Bunny Singh/Arvinder Singh, the Code Project website is a place where lot of people like you and me get help. The question and answers section is to discuss about technical stuff and not for fun stuff. In your question "do not answer me to google" is very rude. As others pointed out, you could have explained your problem more clearly than just throwing a question saying give me a tutorial link.
 
When I ask for help, I would respect and say 'please' atleast once. As you are new, I suggest you to stop making fun here otherwise people may ask for banning your userid. The GIT: http://www.codeproject.com/Forums/1580229/General-Indian-Topics.aspx is a place for new people. Join there for knowing more.
Hiren Solanki at 3-Nov-10 8:40am
   
Have my 5, mk.
KunalChowdhury at 3-Nov-10 8:55am
   
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Use Lounge or GIT for normal chat. Don't use any programming forums.
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 8:55am
   
i know what is right for me.
 
okie you understand??
KunalChowdhury at 3-Nov-10 9:00am
   
Mr Arvinder (Bunny Singh),
Please live in your attitude. Don't comment rudely and this is my last warning message to you.
Bunny Singh at 3-Nov-10 9:12am
   
okie then stop commenting to my page.
[raju.m][makhaai] at 3-Nov-10 9:21am
   
Man This is the best JQuery tutorials. I don't know, What is happening here.. comments got paging ;) and take my 5.
Sunasara Imdadhusen at 3-Nov-10 10:06am
   
Stupid man (Bunny Singh)
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Solution 6

you can refer to the following link:
 
http://www.tutorialspoint.com/jquery/index.htm[^]
 
Its precise and easy to learn.
 
Happy learning!! Smile | :)
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Hope this[^] might help you.
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Hope this link helps you
 
http://jqfundamentals.com/[^]
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