jQuery: How to toggle switches programmatically

Let’s say you have some HTML/CSS switches in place of a traditional checkbox. jQuery makes it easy to toggle switches on or off. For example: function toggle(){ $(‘.slider’).click(); } Which can be called in a button like so: <button type=”button” class=”btn btn-primary” onClick=”toggle();”>Toggle</button> For example:   Note: This same jQuery can be triggered without clicking … Continue reading jQuery: How to toggle switches programmatically

jQuery: How to use jQuery in a project and confirm it is working

The fastest way to make jQuery available for a project is to use a CDN in the HEAD portion of the HTML. For example, here is a CDN for jQuery 3.3.1: <script src=”https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js”></script> With this in place, you can confirm that jQuery is available and working by adding this block of JavaScript code to the … Continue reading jQuery: How to use jQuery in a project and confirm it is working