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jQuery 2.0 (early 2013, not long after 1.9): This version will support the same APIs as jQuery 1.9 does, but removes support for IE 6/7/8 oddities such as borked event model, IE7 “attroperties”, HTML5 shims, etc.

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jQuery 2.0 (early 2013, not long after 1.9): This version will support the same APIs as jQuery 1.9 does, but removes support for IE 6/7/8 oddities such as borked event model, IE7 “attroperties”, HTML5 shims, etc.

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Today we are going to look at getting the content of a post using ajax and then display it in a popup box. The popup part is actually the easiest part, thanks to the fantastic Simple Modal plugin for jQuery written by Eric Martin.

So the basics here are:

* we call a page using ajax, passing the id of the post
* The page grabs the content of the post we requested and returns it to the script
* We then output the content in a div and “simplemodal” it

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This article will show you how to automatically adjust the height of an iFrame to the height of the content inside of the iFrame with the use of the jQuery JavaScript library and the jQuery autoHeight plugin.
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Please note that this jQuery autoHeight plugin will not work with iFrames accessing content from a different domain or remote location since the window object originating from a different domain cannot be accessed from the current one due to JavaScript security restrictions.

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Most people getting started with JavaScript these days are faced with the challenging task of picking a library to use, or at least which one to learn first. If you’re working for a company chances are they have already chosen a framework for you, in which case the point is somewhat moot. If this is the case and they’ve chosen MooTools and you’re used to jQuery, then this article might still be of some use to you.

Stéphane Thibault >_

Au cours des prochains jours, je testerai la nouvelle interface html5 / css3 de mon site « live ». J’ai déjà noté un conflit de jQuery avec une de mes extensions (je cherche toujours laquelle…), alors je vous prie de m’excuser s’il y a encore quelques petits ajustements à effectuer.

Et n’hésitez surtout pas à me faire part de vos commentaires et suggestions !