This JavaScript file create HTML DOM with jQuery.

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3.0.0 2014-02-11 23:46 UTC

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Now, find some fancy methods:

appendElement, prependElement, insertElement, createElement.

The appendElement inserts content, specified by the parameter, to the end of each element in the set of matched elements. The prependElement inserts content into the beginning, and insertElement removes everything, and puts the new content into the parent element. The last function createElement is the core of the other ones. These methods create a new jQuery instance from the parameters.

All of this need: parent, properties parameters.

First parameter: parent. Type: string (jQuery selector) or object of jQuery instance.

For example: div#box.

Second parameter: properties. Type: object

Element property is rendered for HTML DOM tag, this is necessary.

Value is the property for content/value.

All of others rendered into method .attr like $(element).attr(properties).

In this example, the content (Jee, it's....) will be in the div, what use '#box' id:

new jQueryForm().insertElement('div#box', {element: 'input', id: '#box_1', value: "Jee, it's a pretty content"});

Every function returns with the core object, so more implementation is easy:

new jQueryForm()
    .insertElement('div#box', {"element": "input", "type": "text", "value": 5})
    .appendElement('div#box', {"element": "input", "type": "password", "id": "name", "value": 6, "name": "password"});

If you want, you can change the return value with getJquery method. If this true, the methods return with jQuery instance, else with the jQueryForm instance.