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2211, 2016

.insertAfter() method in Jquery

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Description: The jQuery insertAfter() methods is used to add the contents after the selected elements. Syntax $(selector).insertAfter(target) Difference between jQuery after() and insertAfter()  The main difference between after() and insertAfter() method is their syntax and

2211, 2016

.before() method in Jquery

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Description: The jQuery before() method is used to insert content before the selected element. Syntax $(selector).before(content) $(selector).before(content, function(index))   Content It specifies the content which need to append. Function(index) It specifies the function that returns

2211, 2016

.after() method in Jquery

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Description: The jQuery after() method is used to insert content after the selected element. Syntax $(selector).after(content) $(selector).after(content,function(index)) Content It specifies the content which need to append. Function(index) It specifies the function that returns the content

2211, 2016

.prependTo() method in Jquery

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Description: The Jquery prependTo() method is used to add additional content at the beginning of the selected elements. It is same like as prepend() method, it will add content as the first child of the

2211, 2016

.appendTo() method in Jquery

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Description: The Jquery appendTo() method is used to add additional content at the end of the selected elements. It is same like as append() method, it will add content at the end of the selected

2211, 2016

.append() method in Jquery

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Description: The jQuery append() method is used to insert specified content to the end of the set of matched elements. Syntax $(selector).append(content) $(selector).append(content, function(index, html)) Content It specifies the content which need to append. Function

1411, 2016

.position() method in Jquery

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Description: The jquery .position() method Get the current coordinates of the first element for the matched elements, relative to the offset parent. This method does not accept any arguments. Syntax $(selector).position() When to use? The .position()