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can someone explain the jquery code in the treehouse-skin.html

$("audio , video").mediaelementplayer({
success: function(player , node){
$("#" + node.id + "-mode").html("mode: " + player.pluginType);
  features: ['playpause' , 'tracks' , 'progress'],
startLanguage: "en",
translationSelector: true

Edit: Made the post more readable and changed the topic to javascript as this is asking to decipher javascript. - Dane E. Parchment Jr. (Moderator)

1 Answer

Dane Parchment
Dane Parchment
Treehouse Moderator 11,075 Points

It seems to be code that keeps the ui of media based elements consistent between media sources and possibly browsers, all from the follwoing library of code: MediaElement.js Library