The most important purpose of jQuery is: select elements and do some action on those selected elements. The jQuery selectors allow you to search or select HTML elements and then perform intended action on those.
The on() method of jQuery is used to bind or attach one or multiple event handlers to the specified elements. The bind() method is also used to attach events, however, this is outdated from 1.7 version of jQuery.
The $.val method in jQuery is used to set or get the value of the specified element. If you use it to get the value of an element and there are multiple occurrences of that element,
jQuery $.each method is used to loop through specified elements of DOM. A function will run for each matched element. This is very useful for documents with multiple elements manipulation.
jQuery provides slide methods to slide elements of your document. This jquery slider tutorial guides you through the syntax of slide methods with examples.
The jQuery Get method ($.get(URL)) loads data from the server by using the HTTP GET request. As mentioned in the $.ajax chapter, this is a short form of jQuery ajax method.
The jQuery comes up with methods that can be used to remove elements from your web documents. You may remove a complete element including parent and child at one call or just child elements as well.
The attr method is used to set or get/return element attributes in the document. This tutorial will show you examples of setting different elements attributes on the fly but let us first look at the syntax of attr method.
In order to place or set HTML content by using jQuery to the specified elements in a web page, the jQuery comes up with $.html method.This method is used to retrieve or get the content of the first matched element or