Manipulating the DOM with jQuery
- Set up a Github Repo for this project. Follow the instructions atop the Google Homepage project if you need help.
- Set up a blank HTML document with just the
<body> tags to begin with plus a single div called
<div id="content">. Also, remember to include the jQuery library in your document within the
- Go into the console (remember the developer tools at the bottom of your browser?) and manually use jQuery to add an image tag to the content div (just choose a random Internet image). Remember that you can use the up arrow in the console to access your previous command. Look at the jQuery docs for the .append() function for inspiration.
- Create a bare-bones home page for a restaurant. Include an image, headline, and some copy about how wonderful the restaurant is. It's okay to hard-code these into the HTML for now just to see how they look on the page.
- Now remove those elements from the HTML (so leave only the
div#content once the page is first loaded.
- Push your project to Github and share the solution below.
Submit a link below to the github repo with your files in it by using a pull request. See the section on Contributing for how. Please include your partner's github handle somewhere in the description if you had one and they would like attribution.
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