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    What is J query in HTML?

    What is J query in HTML?

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    Google it.

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    jQuery html() method is used to change the entire content of the selected elements. It replaces the selected element content with new contents.

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    JQuery in HTML is BLOATWARE (frankly)...

    If you google it, you can see that JQuey is 249.58 KB per load, so each page you have has to load this file before you can use JQuery unlike Native JavaScript that can in several lines of code achieve the same task.

    JQuery is written in JavaScript yet it is not JavaScript, its like saying that Ruby is PHP.

    People confuse the two as being one thing and it is not, even the JavaScript that is use in JQuery forms part of a function within the JQuery script.

    JQuery is a wrapper or a framework, whatever you prefer, it still does not make it native to the browser like JavaScript is.
    --> JavaScript Frameworks like JQuery, Angular, Node <--
    ... and please remember to wrap code with forum BBCode tags:-

    [CODE]...[/CODE] [HTML]...[/HTML] [PHP]...[/PHP]

    If you can't think outside the box, you will be trapped forever with no escape...

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    Another thing I don't like about JQuery is that when you do an example using it and you always have to tell the person that you must first load the JQuery library first in order to run your javascript that uses jQuery first. I find using vanilla javascript doesn't add all that more lines that you actually write. Though the only the code that your right isn't a pretty as JQuery, but that is why they allow commenting.
    My advice is you still insist on using JQuery is to learn vanilla Javascript pretty well first, for it will always save you in a pinch knowing vanilla javascript especially if you have to debug someone's script.

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