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jQuery Cheat Sheet

Posted on Friday, June 5th, 2009 under Code | No comments

jQuery Cheat Sheet

Another instructor on the Web team at Full Sail (Michael Smotherman) put out this handy little jQuery Cheat Sheet that I thought you all might find helpful when working with that wonderful client-side library. He also worked up this great little MooTools add-on, for creating slide animations between areas of HTML content. Enjoy!

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