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Jquery Selecting siblings

To select siblings of an item you can use the .siblings() method.

A typical example where you want to modify the siblings of an item is in a menu:

<ul class="menu">
 <li class="selected">Home</li>

When the user clicks on a menu item the selected class should be added to the clicked element and removed from its siblings:

$(".menu").on("click", "li", function () {

The method takes an optional selector argument, which can be used if you need to narrow down the kinds of siblings you want to select:



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