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JQuery MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

1. JQuery was first release in which year

  1. 2001
  2. 2004
  3. 2006
  4. 2007

2. Who developed jQuery?

  1. John Richard
  2. Mark Bensman
  3. John Resig
  4. Joffman Denieu

3. jQuery is a

  1. JavaScript Library
  2. JavaScript Language
  3. JavaScript Method
  4. PHP Method

4. Which sign does jQuery use as a shortcut for jQuery?

  1. the % sign
  2. the ? sign
  3. the $ sign
  4. the @ sign

5. jQuery is free and open source.

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Cant say
  4. Licensed

6. jQuery a library for client scripting or server scripting?

  1. Server scripting
  2. Client Scripting
  3. Both
  4. None

7. Is jQuery a W3C standard?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Cant say
  4. none

8. Look at the following jQuery selector: $("div#intro .head"). What does it select?

  1. All elements with class="head" inside the first div element with id="intro"
  2. The first element with id="head" inside any div element with class="intro"
  3. All div elements with id="intro" or class="head"
  4. First element with id=“intro” or class=“head”

9. What does it mean by toggle()?

  1. Selected element will be fadeIn and FadeOut
  2. Selected element will be hide and show
  3. Selected element will be sliding up and down
  4. Selected element will be animate with toggle

10. What script need to write for toggling fade?

  1. fadeToggle()
  2. fadeIn()
  3. fadeOut(
  4. toggle()
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