Jquery Tutorials

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This tutorial will help you learn about Jquery .not() function, which is used to remove elements from the set of matched elements. It creates a new jquery object from a subset of the matching elements.
This Jquery tutorials helps you to understand the jquery .slideUp() function along with example. You can specify the different different parameters like duration , easing , options and callback to hide the matched elements in sliding motion to upward direction.
This Jquery tutorials helps you to understand the jquery .slideDown() function along with example. You can specify the different different parameters like duration , easing , options and callback to hide the matched elements in sliding motion to downward direction.
Jquery .toggleClass() function is used to add or remove one or more classes from each DOM element in the set of matched elements, depending on either the class's presence or the value of the state argument.
Jquery provides .filter() function to reduce the set of matching DOM elements. In this tutorial we will learn about jquery .filter() function along with filter( selector ), .filter( function ), .filter( elements ) and .filter( selection ) examples.
Jquery provides .clone() function to make an identical copy of matched dom elements. In this tutorial we will learn about jquery .clone() function along with demo example.
Sometimes we need to stop an animation or effects before it finishes. The Jquery .stop() function is used to stop an animation and effects before it get finished. The .stop() function works with different effects, sliding, fading and animations.
In this jquery tutorial we will discuss about jquery .hasClass() function selector.hasClass( className ) - is used to check if an element has a particular class or not. The .hasClass() method will return true if the class name is assigned to an element other it returns false value.
In this tutorial we are going to learn about Jquery`s .first() and .last() functions. Both function belongs to Jquery filtering API, which helps to reduce the matching set of elements.
Today we are going to learn about Jquery .each() function using different examples.