jQuery Tutorial for Beginners Downloadable PDF
A little over a month ago, I published a fast-paced jQuery tutorial that went through a bunch of the syntax basics, to help those new to jQuery get up and running with it as quickly as possible.
In the comments, someone named Kelly said they saved the page as a PDF. I thought that was a great idea, so I thought I would reformat the entire tutorial as a PDF for easy downloading and printing.
The layout of the PDF is simple with no color or graphics, and I spread out the headings to ensure none of the sections overlap multiple pages. The entire PDF is just five pages.
Let me know if you see any issues with printing or viewing the PDF, and I’ll be glad to make any corrections.
Download jQuery Tutorial for Beginners PDF
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