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DDStudios says

Just a word to say thanks to Jeffrey for his awesome video tutorial on Jquery. Just looked at the first video and it look really good , exactly what I needed right now..

Heres the link : http://tinyurl.com/6lxyp6

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JeffreyWay says

Thanks! :)

I’m unfortunately going to have to redo Days 8 and 9. When we transferred hosts, those disappeared.

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DDStudios says

Ok i’ll wait for that ;)

Is there gonna be more days to come or the series is over ?

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DDStudios says

Haha just figured out that day 8 was exactly the one I wanted to look at :P When will it be available ?

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DDStudios says

Oh and I have a request .. maybe you can explain how to make menu like the one here at Themeforest . Just saw that they used Javascript for it.

Thanks !

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JeffreyWay says

Oh that’s easy. You can add a hook to each of the main headings (‘Files, Make Money, etc.).

You can then tell jQuery to hide all of its children list items. When you click on one of those headings, the children can then be shown.

I’ll try to create a demonstration when I have the chance.

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DDStudios says

Thanks Jeffrey !

When will the day 8 and 9 be available ?

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FrederickWeiner says

Just found this and really enjoyed it. Question: If I put my div in an updatepanel in asp.net, code like fadeOut does not work. Why not?

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DDStudios says

There’s some thing wrong .. I never wrote this hahaha .. look at my profile :

Member Since: January 2009

Less than 2 years ago lol

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_rohan says
There’s some thing wrong .. I never wrote this hahaha .. look at my profile :

Member Since: January 2009

Less than 2 years ago lol

January 2009 to August 2010 = 1 yr 7 months = 1.58 years.

Rounding 1.58 off, its 2 years. Remember, the amount of time here isn’t very accurate ;)

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