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The jQuery library supports nearly all of the selectors included in Cascading Style Sheet (CSS).Using JQuery library developers can enhance their websites without worrying about browsers and their versions as long as the browsers have JavaScript enabled.Most of the JQuery CSS Methods do not modify the content of the jQuery object and they are used to apply CSS properties on DOM elements.
The following table lists all the methods used to manipulate the HTML and CSS.

A jQuery Selector is a function which makes use of expressions to find out matching elements from a DOM based on the given criteria. Simply you can say, selectors are used to select one or more HTML elements using jQuery. Once an element is selected then we can perform various operations on that selected element.
The $() factory function
jQuery selectors start with the dollar sign and parentheses − $(). The factory function $() makes use of following three building blocks while selecting elements in a given document 
Tag Name: Represents a tag name available in the DOM. For example $("p") selects all paragraphs <p> in the document.
Tag ID: Represents a tag available with the given ID in the DOM. For example $("#some-id") selects the single element in the document that has an ID of some-id.
Tag Class: Represents a tag available with the given class in the DOM. For example $(".some-class") selects all elements in the document that have a class of some-class.
NOTE : The factory function $() is a synonym of jQuery() function. So in case you are using any other JavaScript library where $ sign is conflicting with some thing else then you can replace $ sign by jQuery name and you can use function jQuery() instead of $().

jQuery serialize() method is used to create a text string in standard URL-encoded notation. It is used in form controls like <input>, <textarea>, <select> etc. It serializes the form values so that its serialized values can be used in the URL query string while making an AJAX request.
Syntax:
$ (selector).serialize()   

The jQuery serializedArray() Method is used to create a JavaScript array of objects by serializing form values. It operates on a jQuery collection of forms and form controls. You can select one or more form elements such as <input>, <textarea> or the form element itself.
Syntax:
$(selector).serializeArray()  

The delegate () method is used to attach one or more event handlers for specified elements which are the children of selected elements. This method executes a function to run when the event occurs.
The attached event handlers with the delegate () method works for both current and future elements.
Syntax:
$(selector).delegate(childSelector,event,data,function)

You can use Visual Studio to work faster and more efficiently when you write, navigate, and debug your code. There are some tricks which is helpful to every programmer-

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