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Week 6: jQuery jAM, Season 3

Gene B.
babong
Boston, MA


"A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for." -- Grace Murray Hopper

Welcome to Week 6 of jQuery jAM, Season 3.  The goal for this week is to read Chapter 6­, complete the tutorials and post a link to your work in the Chapter 6 discussion area.

Chapter 6 concludes Part Two: Getting Started with jQuery.  As we dive deeper into jQuery functionality, the jQuery jAM website can enhance our learning.  Take special notice of the Tutorials­ page which features six tabs:

Galleries | Navigation­ | Forms­ | Effects­ | Lists­ | Mobile­

Feel free to experiment with one tutorial per week if you would like an additional challenge -- once your weekly assignment has been completed and posted.  Share this bonus work with your fellow jAMmers and let us know how effective you found the tutorial to be in supplementing your learning experience.

For example, check out Mike Murphy's bonus work:

~ Sliding Submenu

Note that the tutorials at the jQuery jAM website are bonus material only.  The primary focus should be to complete the assignments that are outlined in the book.

Please post feedback about the jQuery jAM website in a special discussion set up in the Discussion Area entitled jQuery jAM Website Feedback.  Also feel free to stay informed about jQuery jAM by following our social media updates.

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This Week's Top jAMmers

If you are not yet on The List, simply set a goal this week to complete Chapter 1.

Chapter 12 -- Bob Hickey­
Chapter 8 -- Mike Murphy
Chapter 7 -- David­­
Chapter 6 -- ­Fred Tarbox
Chapter 6 -- Gene Babon­
Chapter 5
-- Dennis Daudelin
Chapter 5 -- May Thet
Chapter 5 -- Rick Heller
Chapter 5 -- Debra Wen
Chapter 5 -- Ken Haduch
Chapter 4 -- Gary Johnson
Chapter 4 -- aung aye
Chapter 4 -- Lori Daniells
Chapter 4 -- Alison Morando
Chapter 4 -- Maureen Ciaccio
Chapter 4 -- Jen Strickland
Chapter 3 -- Elmuiz­
Chapter 2 -- Elena Marrotte
Chapter 2 -- Michael Chase
Chapter 2 -- Jen Kramer
Chapter 2 -- Jim Plumb
Chapter 2 -- Henry Le
Chapter 1 -- Marvin Moss
Chapter 1 -- Peter Olsen
Chapter 1 -- Leslie­
Chapter 1 -- James Burns
Chapter 1 -- Merlin Calo
Chapter 1 -- Jeff­
Chapter 1 -- Nancy Shaw

jAMmers who complete all 15 chapters become immortalized on the Self-Study Group | Wall of Accomplishment.  To date, 124 Percolators­, jAMmers­ and Brunchmates­ have been honored.

New participants (jAMmers) should feel free to post an Introduction­ at any time and begin the journey when it best suits your current work/life situation.  Season 3 will continue through August.

A Master Discussion List has been created for Season 3.  Please access it now and bookmark it for easy reference.  If you do not own your own domain name, or do not have access to one, you can obtain free hosting at 000webhost.com­.

Let's keep jAMmin'.

Gene Babon
Chief Percolator
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