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Boston PHP Message Board › Chapter 05: jQuery jAM, Season 3

Chapter 05: jQuery jAM, Season 3

Gene B.
babong
Boston, MA
Post #: 1,842


Welcome to the Chapter 5 discussion area for jQuery jAM, Season 3. Please read the chapter, complete the tutorials and post a link to your completed work. Then, let your fellow jAMmers know how you are progressing by clicking the Add a reply link.

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Bob H.
BobHickey
Dedham, MA
Post #: 56
Chapter 5 complete: http://frogonadog.bye...­
Check the Errata: http://oreilly.com/ca...­ for this chapter
Gene B.
babong
Boston, MA
Post #: 1,849
@Bob -- Thanks for the heads up. Glad you are out in front, with a spotlight, to let us know about the potholes.
Mike M.
SeabrookMLM
Seabrook, NH
Post #: 49
Hi Gene. Chapter 5 is submitted here. After watching the FAQ tutorial crash for an hour (it hid every h2 and answer on opening), I switched to the jQuery library supplied with McFarland's download and the code worked. I had been using the jQuery library from the Google CDN server, version 1.9.1. Someone much smarter will have to explain. Thanks.
Dave K.
davk
Boston, MA
Post #: 95
@Mike, the links provided by google's CDN server will only work when uploaded to a server. If it didn't work while you were testing on your local computer, that would explain your problem.
To test locally, you could change the link to
...src="http://ajax.googleapi...­.
Then change it back to the following when you upload to the server
...src="//ajax.googleapis.com...

Google's version without the http: protocol prefix allows the browser to choose the protocol, so the same code will also work in an https: secure page. However, when testing locally the browser chooses the file: protocol prefix, which will not reach Google's site.
Mike M.
SeabrookMLM
Seabrook, NH
Post #: 50
Thanks very much, Dave. All this happened at my ISP upload site.
Gene B.
babong
Boston, MA
Post #: 1,874
@Mike -- Nice work. @Dave -- Thanks for your help.
David P.
Dukie
Boston, MA
Post #: 8
Chapter 5 exercises completed....not sure I completed the added exercise on event page in correct form.....http://dukesnuz.com/d...­
A former member
Post #: 23
Hi Gene,

Here are my Chapter 05 exercises:
http://webrigger.com/...­

The FAQ one had me stymied for a while until I realized that fadein and fadeIn are different and only the later one works! It didn't dawn on me that the function name was case sensitive...

Cheers,

Dennis
Gene B.
babong
Boston, MA
Post #: 1,904
@David @Dennis -- Nice work. Yeah, that's the value of typing this stuff in -- you learn how things work when they don't work.
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