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The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 by Károly Négyesi, Claudina Sarahe, Dani Nordin, Ed Carlevale, Benjamin Melançon, Amye Scavarda, Ryan Szrama, Kay VanValkenburgh, Brian Travis, Greg Anderson, Robert Douglass, Roy Scholten, Peter Wolanin, Susan Stewart, Mike Gifford, Forest Mars, Sam Boyer, Florian Lorétan, Allie Micka, Jake Strawn, Stefan Freudenberg, Dmitri Gaskin, Bojhan Somers, Albert Albala, George Cassie, Kasey Qynn Dolin, Jacine Luisi, Dan Hakimzadeh, Robin Monks, Nathaniel Catchpole, Stéphane Corlosquet, Mike Ryan, Michelle Lauer, Greg Stout

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C H A P T E R  17

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jQuery

by Jake Strawn with input from Dmitri Gaskin

jQuery has become an essential part of Drupal since Drupal 5. Many of the interfaces in the administrative area use jQuery to enhance the user experience, and Drupal 7 is no exception, continuing to improve the ability for developers and themers to implement advanced JavaScript functionality.

Drupal 7 currently ships with jQuery 1.4.4 and now also ships with jQuery UI 1.8 (jqueryui.com) in core which enables advanced User Interface elements/widgets and effects.

Implementing jQuery and JavaScript

This first section will be dealing with the basics of getting your own custom ...

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