Get the value of a computed style property for the first element in the set of matched elements or set one or more CSS properties for every matched element.
Display or hide the matched elements with a sliding motion.
Hide the matched elements by fading them to transparent.
Handle custom Ajax options or modify existing options before each request is sent and before they are processed by $.ajax().
Hide the matched elements.
Ajax requests produce a number of different events that you can subscribe to. Here's a full list of the events and in what order they are triggered. There are two types of events: Local Events These are callbacks that you can subscribe to within the Ajax request object, like so: 1 2 3 4 5 … Continue reading
Reduce the set of matched elements to a subset specified by a range of indices.
Get the immediately preceding sibling of each element in the set of matched elements. If a selector is provided, it retrieves the previous sibling only if it matches that selector.
Pass each element in the current matched set through a function, producing a new jQuery object containing the return values.
Relinquish jQuery’s control of the $ variable.
Creates an object that handles the actual transmission of Ajax data.
Get the siblings of each element in the set of matched elements, optionally filtered by a selector.
Display the matched elements by fading them to opaque.
Get the immediately following sibling of each element in the set of matched elements. If a selector is provided, it retrieves the next sibling only if it matches that selector.
Load data from the server using a HTTP GET request.
Bind two or more handlers to the matched elements, to be executed on alternate clicks.
Attach a handler to an event for the elements.
Execute all handlers and behaviors attached to the matched elements for the given event type.
Check to see if an object is empty (contains no enumerable properties).
Send data to the server using a HTTP POST request.