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Yo ninjas, in this jQuery tutorial I’ll introduce the jQuery object – the Dollar sign $ – which is used for pretty much every jQuery statement. When we use a jQuery statement, we’re essentially ‘wrapping’ up an element in a jQuery wrapper object, to give it access to many of jquery’s methods and properties.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I'm going through a software dev course now and these tutorials help a lot. You do a great job 'unwrapping' the content in an easy to understand way. Thanks!

  2. Can I use a vanilla JavaScript method on a jquery representation of an element? Also, can I chain vanilla js methods on a jquery representation?

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