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Jquery Selectors

A jQuery selectors selects or finds a DOM (document object model) element in an HTML document. It is used to select HTML elements based on id, name, types, attributes, class and etc. It is based on existing CSS selectors.
Basic selectors

$("*")                           // All elements
$("div")                         // All <div> elements
$(".blue")                       // All elements with class=blue
$("")                   // All elements with class=blue AND class=red
$(".blue,.red")                  // All elements with class=blue OR class=red
$("#headline")                   // The (first) element with id=headline
$("[href]")                      // All elements with an href attribute
$("[href='']")        // All elements with

Relational operators

$("div span")                    // All <span>s that are descendants of a <div>
$("div > span")                  // All <span>s that are a direct child of a <div>
$("a ~ span")                    // All <span>s that are siblings following an <a>
$("a + span")                    // All <span>s that are immediately after an <a>


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