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jQuery Mobile List of articles

Following is a list of articles part of the jQuery Mobile series.

Introduction 😀 😀

  1. Introduction to Jquery Mobile
  2. Features of Jquery Mobile

jQuery Mobile Page Structure 😀 😀

  1. Jquery Mobile - Single page structure
  2. Jquery Mobile - Multi-page structure
  3. The mobile meta tag
  4. Jquery Mobile - Multiple Titles problem

Jquery Mobile Listview 😀 😀

  1. Basic Listview
  2. Listview with data-inset property
  3. Customizing the listview
  4. Jquery Mobile - Nested Listview
  5. Jquery Mobile - Numbered Listview
  6. Jquery Mobile - Readonly Listview
  7. Jquery Mobile - Split button listview
  8. Jquery Mobile - List dividers
  9. Jquery Mobile - Filtering the listview
  10. Jquery Mobile - Listview with count bubbles
  11. Jquery Mobile - Text formatted listview
  12. Jquery Mobile - Listview with icon images
  13. Jquery Mobile - Listview with thumbnail images
  14. Jquery Mobile - Theming listview icons
  15. Jquery Mobile listview with custom icons
  16. Jqeury Mobile accordions - Collapsible listview
  17. Side-scrolling web pages issue with Jquery Mobile - Issue #5748
  18. Jquery Mobile listview enhancements and customization

jQuery Mobile Form Elements 😀 😀

  1. Jquery Mobile - Introduction to Form Elements
  2. Default keyboards for HTML5 input types
  3. Jquery Mobile Form - Text Input
  4. Jquery Mobile Form - Search Input
  5. Jquery Mobile Form - Customizing the search box
  6. Jquery Mobile Form - Slider Control
  7. Jquery Mobile Form - Flip toggle switch control
  8. Jquery Mobile Form - Radio buttons
  9. Jquery Mobile Form - Checkboxes
  10. Jquery Mobile Form - Select menus Part I
  11. Jquery Mobile Form - Select menus Part II

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