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jQuery Event Namespacing

jQuery Event Namespacing What is event handling? The majority of JavaScript code is triggered from an event. For example, an event fires when the page loads; press a key; click a button; or move your mouse. Event handling tells JavaScript what to do in these situations - how to handle the event that was fired.

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Is jQuery Still Relevant?

Is jQuery Still Relevant? The purpose of jQuery is to make it much easier to use JavaScript on your website. It simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development.

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Slugify Your Page Title

Slugify Your Page Title Slugs make the URL more user-friendly and visitors know what to expect when they click on a link. Slugs should be short and concise and contain the words that help with your target keywords. A slug is a part of a URL, which usually describes the article. It is the section that comes after your domain name in the URL. It's a combination of words or a simple phrase that defines the actual meaning of a link with all the unnecessary words and symbols removed.

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What Is Binary Encoding

What Is Binary Encoding? Binary encoding is a procedure to convert data to a form that allows the data to be easily used by difference computer operating systems. This achieved by converting binary data to a ASCII string format, specifically, converting 8-bit data into a 7-bit format, that use as standard set of ASCII printable characters. ASCII, American Standard Code for Information Interchange, was developed by AT&T in the early 1960s And is the most widely used character encoding format. Modern character encoding continues to be base on ASCII although it support many additional characters and different languages.

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