As you’ll certainly recall, in the last article I discussed the manipulation of “focus” and “blur” events with “jQuery,” as well as the control of web form submissions via its “submit()” method. Nonetheless, there are many other useful features provided by this library that also deserve a close analysis. In this sixth part of the series, I’m going to discuss how to assign and remove CSS classes dynamically from a web document, in addition to using this handy capability to create appealing mouse over effects.
Are you ready to continue this educational journey? So, let’s get going!