jQuery for Absolute Beginners – Day One

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  1. admin -

    Really useful set of tutorials I must say. I used these videos to learn jquery.

  2. Derk -

    thanks a lot, I remember failing at Jquery because of the lack of good basic tutorials. I will pick it up again now :)

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