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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
An architect's notes, experiments, discoveries and annotated bookmarks.

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jQuery is now on W3Schools

Whether you are getting started with Web development or need a good reference, W3Schools is a great online resource you can turn to. In over a decade of it's existence, the Norwegian family-owned company Refsnes Data that runs W3Schools has meticulously created tutorials on close to 50 Web development topics. The tutorials are in plain-English, thorough and to the point. I was glad to see today that jQuery has been added to that growing list of topics.  Also included is a tutorial on HTML5, the next generation of HTML.

W3Schools has been a dependable companion to me for much of my web development career. Just yesterday, I learnt that the rel attribute of the anchor tag is not really supported by any major browsers and it can take over a dozen possible values. rel="nofollow" is used by search engines to let search spiders know they should not follow a link which contains that attribute.

W3Schools is currently ranked 341 on Alexa & enjoys over 103+ million monthly page views (March 2010).

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