Multi-Step Registration Style Wizard using jQuery
I was recently working on a multiple step registration style wizard for moving through a lengthy form perhaps, or even stepping through a multiple part "How To". I will be using the latter in this post as an example. I began writing this all inline but opted to turn it into a jQuery plugin so it could be used multiple times within
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