This course is part of the Learn How To Become a Web Developer From Scratch course.
My name is Robin Haney and I am a online freelance web developer and instructor here at Udemy. I've taught over 40,000 students how to become web developers and in my latest course I will show you how to use JQuery to add all kinds of user interactivity to a simple webpage.
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I look forward to seeing you in the course!
In this introductory lesson you will be introduced to what you will be learning throughout this course!
In this lesson you will learn what JQuery objects are and how we can use them to add all kinds of different types of user interactions to your website.
In this lecture we will dive deeper and look at some other ways we can add user interactivity to our website.
We can use JQuery to modify HTML element attributes. Let's look at a simple way we can make an image larger by clicking on a button.
In this video we will look at event handlers and how they can trigger events to happen when users interact with our websites.
Callback functions trigger when the conditions for our event handlers are met. We've already worked with some callback functions but let's take a closer look at them.
The on() Method allows us to add multiple event handlers and allows us to write cleaner and most customization code.
Let's dive a little bit deeper with event types and lets learn how we can add even more cool user interactions to our websites.
We can use JQuery to add HTML elements dynamically to our webpage. In this lesson let's learn how!
In this lecture you will learn how to hide and reveal hidden content when a user interacts with it.
We can use JQuery to edit, modify and change CSS styles of HTML and CSS selectors. In this lesson you will learn how to change CSS styling dynamically.
Just like adding elements to a webpage we can also use JQuery to remove elements from a webpage.
We can use JQuery to transverse and move around the DOM. In this lecture you will learn how to use the parent() object to select parent elements on a webpage.
The next() object can be used to select the next element in the DOM. Let's see how that works in this video.
My name is Robin Haney, I am a professional Web Developer and blogger. I have been designing and building websites for over 5+ years. I work completely from home as a freelance web developer and I love it!
I'm also a best selling author on Amazon and have written a few programming books that have done really well. If you prefer a more hands on approach to learning then my video courses on Udemy will be perfect for you.
I'm here to show you how you can do the same. I've designed and created a lot of websites and I know its hard work but don't worry I've created my courses so that even beginners can easily follow along and work with me.
I've started my own online business at a young age and after being a best selling instructor on Udemy I am very proud of my courses. If you are just starting out then I'd recommend you look over my FREE courses first and then continue to my paid courses when you are ready.
Please enroll today and I look forward to seeing you!