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jQuery Selector-ancestor descendant

23 September 2018

Match all descendant elements under a given ancestor element.The selector used to match the element, and it is the descendant element of the first selector

jQuery Selector-selector1, selector2, selectorN

23 September 2018

The elements to which each selector is matched are combined and returned together. You can specify as many selectors as you want and combine the matched elements into one result.

jQuery Selector- *

23 September 2018

Match all elements. It is mostly used to search in conjunction with context.

jQuery Selector- .class

23 September 2018

Matches elements according to the given class. An element can have multiple classes and can be matched as long as there is a match.

jQuery Selector-element

23 September 2018

Match all elements based on the given element name. The name of the tag that points to the DOM node.

jQuery Selector-#id

23 September 2018

Matches an element based on the given ID.If the selector contains special characters, you can escape it with two slashes. See example.

jQuery CSS- outerWidth([options])

23 September 2018

Gets the outer width of the first matching element (the default includes padding and borders). This method works for both visible and hidden elements.

jQuery CSS- outerHeight([options])

23 September 2018

Gets the outer height of the first matching element (the default includes padding and borders). This method works for both visible and hidden elements.

jQuery CSS- innerWidth()

23 September 2018

Gets the width of the inner region of the first matching element (including the fill, not including the border). This method works for both visible and hidden elements.

jQuery CSS- innerHeight()

23 September 2018

Gets the height of the inner region of the first matching element (including the fill, not including the border). This method works for both visible and hidden elements.

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