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  1. trovster

    @Design Informer; I’m glad you liked the article. jQuery is a great JavaScript framework to learn and has an awesome community, you shouldn’t have much trouble finding a tutorial or plugin to help you achieve what you need. I would always recommend learning some tutorials first, so you can spot good plugins and fix any problems you may have with them.

    @Crazy Henaway; I’m sorry you’re disappointed with the article. Although the majority of the article is about applying the concept to a jQuery plugin, I was hoping you would take away the concept – adding a few classes and writing your JavaScript/CSS to be more reusable.

    @Ray Brown; thank you, I really appreciate that. Caching of jQuery objects is a really useful way to speed up your application, especially when you have a lot of elements and potentially slow queries.