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jQuery: Select what you want – part 2

Monday, November 26th, 2007

In my first post about jQuery Selectors call Select what you want, I went over some basic selectors that I use on a daily basis within a web based training framework I put together using jQuery. What I would like to cover are some of the situations I have ran into over the past year […]

jQuery: Select what you want – part 1

Sunday, November 25th, 2007

In an earlier post I wrote about what are the fastest basic selectors and found out some interesting stuff with regards to speed for some basic selectors. In this post I am going to go over some not-so-basic selectors. I am going to try not to repeat what Karl has said in his two posts, […]

jQuery: what are the fastest selectors?

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

Update 12/07/2007: per Brian Cherne comments, I decided to run these test again in Firefox with firebug lite instead of firebug and the execution times were dreastically different. So, to “level the playing field” I would suggest that you turn off firebug or disable it for the page and refresh, you will get the firebug […]


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