jQuery is a cross-browser Javascript library that provides abstractions for DOM traversal, event handling, animation, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development.

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Does Google host all the jQuery UI themes?

I have seen the base theme http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.8.3/themes/base/jquery-ui.css Are the other themes found in the gallery also hosted (Darkness, Smoothness, etc.)? If so, ...
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Broken jQuery/CSS in Firefox - ColorBox and reCAPTCHA

I am working on what would appear to be a basic contact form. I am using the ColorBox plugin for jQuery to build a form with an image link, which then opens a ColorBox containing the reCAPTCHA form ...
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Is there a jQuery lightbox plugin that has thumbnails inside the box?

I'm trying to find a lightbox style plugin in jQuery that displays thumbnails at the bottom of the picture (or video, or whatever). I found plenty of lightbox plugins, but none that allows navigation ...
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Does Internet Explorer 'timeout'?

Within my website I have a single page that dynamically updates via AJAX / JSON in a plain HTML page. Now this page may be left open for up to three or four days. When I left it running over the ...
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Does “putting Javascript at the bottom” defeat the purpose of document.ready?

I know that it is recommended to put Javascript at the bottom of the page, but if I'm using jQuery doesn't this defeat its purpose to run as the DOM is loading? If I have a dropdown menu, for ...
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prototype.js or jQuery for new projects?

Should I use prototype.js or jQuery for a new project? Rails comes with prototype.js but jQuery seems the library of choice for the rest of the world. Is prototype.js still under active development? ...
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What are the differences between Firefox's Javascript engine and Chrome's V8?

I've noticed that Chrome and Firefox take different amounts of time to render certain things. In general, Chrome has been faster. What should I know about both of them (and IE8/9, too, I guess) when ...