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JavaScript Introduction to jQuery DOM Traversal find(), prev(), and next()

Slightly confused about the class mentioned in the video

I thought I was taking the jQuery Basics class...

So there is another one? Which one should have been taken first?

2 Answers

The jQuery Basics class should be added after the introduction to jQuery in the full stack Javascript Track.

David Olson
David Olson
8,690 Points

This course (intro to Jquery) is way more simple than the jquery basics course. Odd though, it seems like jquery basics was removed from the "full stack JS" track. I thought I heard it mentioned that the jquery basics course was going to be re-done. At first I thought this course was the redone version, which it may still be? But this one (intro to jquery) is a lot more straightforward and simple. So really, this is part 1, and juqery basics is part 2.

John Baldwin
John Baldwin
7,969 Points

I don't remember much of find(), prev(), and next() being covered in the jQuery basics course though? -- (you can find that in the front end engineering course).