Now that you have a little background with jQuery and understand how to get it up and running in an HTML document, let's take a look at WordPress. Again, most of you are already WordPress users and developers. At the very least, you've probably worked with it in some way. You might even have a WordPress site that you own or maintain.
For those of you with minimal experience with WordPress, we'll quickly go over some background and essentials to getting started with it. Even you more experienced users may want to read on, as I'll cover setting up a "sandbox" or development installation of WordPress. This way, you can experiment, learn, and play with WordPress and jQuery without having to have any of it appear on your actual site until you're ready to deploy it.
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