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  1. Katie Blackman

    This is a great guide for those who don’t get Javascript but understand enough jQuery to make things happen. It’s nice to finally get your jQuery commands working after reading and rereading the docs. But, as we do with our HTML and CSS, there is some clean-up always required. Performance is huge. Eight seconds is all it takes before someone’s clicking off your page onto something more interesting. This article is so helpful and will be tucked away in my bookmarks for when I need it next. Thanks!