Next, I’d encourage you to read it, cover to cover… Then read it again. It’s good enough that I don’t think you’ll mind.
Once you understand why [1,2,13].sort() returns [1,13,2], you’re ready to move on…
jQuery has tons of books out there, and I don’t have a favorite (I did read a few) – but before you get one, I’d recommend checking out the API Docs. They’re small, and the API is pretty well focused. There’s also a Learning Center, where they’ve gathered all the best information for getting started.
That should be more than enough to get you started. I’d love to hear any suggestions anyone may have to improve this article.