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Hey gang, in this jQuery tutorial for beginners, I’ll show you how to bind and unbind events using jQuery. Events are at the heart of all modern web applications, and mastering them is essential to being a good front-end developer.

In this jQuery tutorial, we’ll take a look at two methods – on() and off(). The former binds events to matched elements and the latter unbinds events from the matched elements.

Link to jQuery events – http://www.w3schools.com/jquery/jquery_ref_events.asp

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Why do you create a variable for the li's? Could you just not use:
    $('points-of-sale li').on('click', ….

    Do we create the variable because there are multiple li's in existence?

    Many thanks for the videos.

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