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jQuery for Designers Beginner's Guide by Natalie MacLees

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Time for action — downloading and attaching jQuery

Earlier, I described the three layers of an HTML document — content, presentation, and behavior. Let's take a look at how we can set up our files for these three layers:

  1. First, let's set up a folder on your hard drive to hold all of your work as you work through the lessons in this book. Find a good place on your hard drive and create a folder called jQueryForDesigners.
  2. Inside the folder, create a folder called styles. We'll use this folder to hold any CSS we create. Inside the styles folder, create an empty CSS file called styles.css.

    The styles represent our presentation layer. We'll keep all of our styles in this file to keep them separate. Likewise, create a folder called images to hold any ...

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