This file has been set up to server the static files in the www folder just like a regular static webserver. There is of course more to many of these methods, but I'll leave that up to you to discover. For modern browsers I'll demonstrate below. } ; As you can see it's pretty straight forward, like with most things jQuery. The clicks trigger a callback that dynamically loads the content of the 3 static files: home. Let's pretend this data is a list of high-scores, showing the top 3 players of some game.
The next piece of code is a separate function, but still a part of the self-executing outer function. We can also pass the time interval for fading as shown in the following code. In this scenario, we have 2 rows with 6 images each. You'll see the weather forecast appear in an alert box. This makes Ajax-enabled pages smoother and nicer to use, and means that Ajax web apps can more closely resemble desktop apps in the way they behave. This is typically the result of using a selector to match elements, and by far the most common. Showing these features in more normal settings would not be feasible in this setting.
A large range of properties is explained there for you to learn and look up. On Mouse Enter Event This event is almost the same as mouse over but when the mouse pointer goes to a child element it will also trigger that you have entered into a specific element. But sometimes we want sequential animations, where animation of each element starts after the completion of preceding element. Almost everything I know about jQuery is coming straight from there. Skilled jQuery programmers are in demand to craft interim solutions to bridge the old structure to the new. I'll demonstrate an edge case below that makes event.
Copy and paste the full dump rather than the first block of code. Finally we have toogle , which works just like toggleClass. Each image will have the dimensions of 150px x 150px. So if you want to show the error message slowly after initially hiding it you could do the following. The Authenticator object then gets the username and password from the form before we pass in a callback into the authenticate method.
This can be done by choosing a selector that applies to many elements. Another thing to note, is that it does not handle files being uploaded, at least not without some hoops being hopped through. There is also an option to supply handlers that's always called, regardless of the success or failure of the request. In this case, that is the code for setting up the login form. Another thing to take note of is that the string passed to. Working with Styles -- 5. This is really not an issue since you should always use validation on the server to accept the e-mail address or not, while using validation on the client as a useability helper for the users, pointing them in the right direction when they mistype or when a user without technical knowhow tries to game the system.