jQuery Chaining – jQuery


title: jQuery Chaining

jQuery Chaining

jQuery chaining allows you to execute multiple methods on the same jQuery selection, all on a single line.

Chaining allows us to turn multi-line statements:

$('#someElement').removeClass('classA'); $('#someElement').addClass('classB');

Into a single statement:

$('#someElement').removeClass('classA').addClass('classB');

More Information:

For more information, please visit the w3schools documentation.

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