This tutorial gives you a quick rundown on some of the various effects you can play around with in JQuery, such as buttons or alerts. This is a good video for anyone looking to round out their knowledge of JQuery progrmaming.
This tutorial is a quick introduction to the $.post() function when you're using JQuery. This function is most often used to submit data to your website server, and is also a useful function when you're programming in AJAX as well.
This form will look like it's been written with AJAX, but the dirty little secret is that it's actually a JQuery script. The reason for doing it this way is greater efficiency in your program, and a little easier to work with.
Interested in using jQuery to toggle the visibility of an element on a webpage? Let this video be your guide. It's a simple process and this hacker's how-to will teach you everything you'll need to know. For specifics, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using jQuery to hide and display elements on your own webpages, watch this helpful video guide.
To pay homage to the 30 year anniversary of Pac-Man, Google turned their home page into a fully playable version of the game. This video shows you a fun way to hack the game to earn a higher score when you play.
A quick tutorial by Facebook engineers on how to create a Comments Box social widget quickly and easily for iframe applications and websites.
One of the many cool GUI effects that you can create on your website using jQuery is the slide effect, whereby information can cascade out from one item and the other items on the page will slide up or down automatically. This video will show you how to create slide effects with jQuery and little bit of CSS3.
If you're working on a website and want users to use it repeatedly and form a community on it, you should probably give them a way to create an account and log in to your site. This video will show you how to create an AJAX login script using AJAX with jQuery, which will allow your users to do exactly what I described above, making your website much more professional and a much better place for people to stay and click on ads or whatever else you want them to do.
How to use MooTools software to create Division/Sections (DIVs) that you can resize and drag.