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Learning jQuery - Fourth Edition by Karl Swedberg, Jonathan Chaffer

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Summary

With the techniques that we have covered in this chapter, we should now be able to locate sets of elements on the page in a variety of ways. In particular, we learned how to style top-level and sub-level items in a nested list by using basic CSS selectors, how to apply different styles to different types of links by using attribute selectors, add rudimentary striping to a table by using either the custom jQuery selectors :odd and :even or the advanced CSS selector :nth-child(), and highlight text within certain table cells by chaining jQuery methods.

So far, we have been using the $(document).ready() method to add a class to a matched set of elements. In the next chapter, we'll explore ways in which to add a class in response to a variety ...

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