In Part I, I wrote about how to retrieve the content of input fields, changing many elements on a Web page by using id, or class selectors. Now, I'll introduce you to the .ready() function and some of the animation functions found in the standard jQuery library.
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Written by Chuck Losinski
As your business grows, your Power Systems running IBM i grow with you. You add processors, disks, an external SAN, virtual partitions, and all of the latest technology that keeps an end user's system available. And as it expands, your system remains competitive, both in processing power and cost, with any enterprise class system in the world.