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kalpana black
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Need of reference(ebook or link) for Cross-browser(Internet Explorer 7 - firefox 2.0) coding standards, tips and problem fixes for javascript and html.

if anyone have crossed and found out remedy in this regard pls help me out.
 
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Originally posted by kalpana black:
pls help me out.

Please use real words when posting to the forums. Abbreviations such as "pls" in place of "please" only serve to make your posts more difficult to read and less likely to generate useful responses.

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These days, the best approach is to adopt a library such as Prototype or jQuery that's already solved these problems for you. Though very different in approach, each of these libraries already takes care of cross-browser differences, especially in the most problematic areas of event handling and Ajax requests.
 
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Can you give more explanation about Jquery
 
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jQuery is a general purpose JavaScript library. It supports and adheres to the principle of Unobtrusive Javascript. It has core support for DOM manipulation, event handling, effects and animation, Ajax and more. It is designed to be easily extended via plugins.

jQuery has very prolific user community that produce lots and lots of useful plugins.

jQuery uses the Wrapper pattern to select one or more DOM elements (using CSS selector syntax). The wrapper possesses the methods used to manipulate the wrapped elements. For example, to hide all <img> elements:


Find out more about jQuery here. If you are interested in my book on jQuery, click on the "Books by Bear" link in my sig.
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