Creating a Custom jQuery Selector

This isn’t a new topic, but I had the need to create a custom jQuery selector today, so I thought I’d share. Whether you are a jQuery newbie or seasoned pro, you know that jQuery has very powerful selectors. In addition to the class and id selectors, there are over 30 selection expressions that use […]

jQuery.com Redesign Causes Pandemonium

Sorry, I couldn’t resist the title. Perhaps short of true pandemonium, the new jQuery.com redesign has caused quite a stir. It sounds like they are going to make some changes, so I’m adding a screenshot for historical reference: What was your first initial impression of the redesign? Update: Order has been restored and the Rock […]

jQuery & Browser Issues

Update: This post has been replaced with an updated version. During the time that I’ve been using jQuery (about a year now), I’ve run into three fairly significant browser issues. Between IE, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, Firefox is the only browser that I have yet to experience any issues with (related to jQuery, of course).

jQuery bug – Ajax ‘no-cache’ parameter

In jQuery 1.2.1, when using the $.ajax function with cache: false, jQuery appends a parameter with the current timestamp to the URL. This parameter makes the URL unique and therefore prevents subsequent request from being retrieved from the browser cache. However, the code that adds this ‘no-cache’ parameter does not check to see if it […]

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