jQuery enables us to add effects on a web page. jQuery effects can be categorized into fading, sliding, hiding/showing and animation effects. jQuery provides many methods for effects on a web page.
The jQuery CSS() method is used to get (return)or set style properties or values for selected elements. It facilitates you to get one or more style properties.
The jQuery Form Plugin allows you to easily and unobtrusively upgrade HTML forms to use AJAX. The main methods, ajaxForm and ajaxSubmit, gather information from the form element to determine how to manage the submit process. ... No special markup is needed, just a normal form.
Every event handling function receives an event object, which contains many properties and methods. The event object is most commonly used to prevent the default action of the event via the .preventDefault() method.
A jQuery interaction is a widget that enables page visitors to use a mouse (or trackpad or touchscreen) to control, modify, or in some other way mess with a web page element.
a jQuery UI widget is a specialized jQuery plug-in. Using plug-in, we can apply behaviours to the elements. However, plug-ins lack some built-in capabilities, such as a way to associate data with its elements, expose methods, merge options with defaults, and control the plug-in's lifetime.
The jQuery hasClass() method is used to check whether selected elements have specified class name or not. It returns TRUE if the specified class is present in any of the selected elements otherwise it returns FALSE.