JQuery UI 1.7 : the user interface library for jQuery : by Dan Wellman

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Working with this file when creating widgets or plugins is essential because it lets us verify that the class names we give our containers will pick up appropriate styling and reassures us that they will be ThemeRoller ready. Any style that we need to apply ourselves would go into a separate stylesheet like each widget from the library has their own custom stylesheets. We use only a couple of elements in this example. Our outer container is given the class name ui-widget. If we were making a custom widget, we'd also want to put a custom class name on this element.

When we view this basic page in a browser, we should see that our two container elements pick up the styles from the theme file: [ 31 ] The CSS Framework Interactions Let's look at some more of the framework classes in action. html in the jqueryui project folder. We've defined two clickable elements in these examples, which are comprised of a container

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