jQuery Pumpkin

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jQuery Halloween Pumpkin

Created by jQuery user Christopher Pickert (of BigFishGames.com), he writes:

"Since Halloween is the perfect time to celebrate the black arts of web development, I carved a special jQuery pumpkin last night. I hope you enjoy it.

Our QA person said that he found a bug in the code, but I explained that it was because of the candle."

He continues:

I did carve that – it’s not photoshop. On an impulse I bought a little $7 battery-operated pumpkin saw at the grocery store, and it’s great because you can do small details more easily. So actually the hard part was drawing the characters first and getting them the right size.

Great work Christopher!

23 thoughts on “jQuery Pumpkin

    I’ll make a “calavera” about jQuery too.

    *”calavera” = “kind of death day’s poem dedicated to something or someone”

  2. $(“#christopher-pickert”).oncarve(function() {
    .css(“display”, “prominently”);

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  4. OMG I LOL so hard it scared the dog and he ran into the other room!
    Now THAT is just hysterical!!!! Awesome job!!!!! LMAO!!!

  5. $(‘#jQuery .users #kevin’).css({
    ‘color’:’rgb(255,0,0)’//hehe,just kidding
    }).say(‘wow,nice work,i love jQuery’)