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CSS3 For Dummies by John Paul Mueller

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Chapter 13

Modifying the jQuery and jQuery UI CSS

In This Chapter

arrow Viewing the jQuery and jQuery UI CSS

arrow Developing new controls

arrow Executing special control effects

arrow Defining additional graphics

arrow Extending jQuery and jQuery UI with plug-ins

arrow Using code to create a few added effects

jQuery and jQuery UI are two of the most popular libraries used to enhance browser-based applications for good reason — they both provide significant functionality in small, well-documented packages. Using these two libraries alone can give you most of the functionality any developer could want. However, the wealth of available third-party tweaks, modifications, add-ons, and plugins suggests that many other developers think jQuery and jQuery UI could use something more. That’s what this chapter is all about — obtaining a bit more from jQuery and jQuery UI. The simple act of modifying the CSS associated with jQuery ...

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