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made it so popular over the years. If you've worked with jQuery then you've used different types of native selectors including tag name, ID, class name, and others. jQuery also provides selector extensions that add the ability to search children in a given parent by position, locate input elements, find even or odd elements, and much more. Examples of custom selector extensions in jQuery include :eq(), :hidden, :gt(), :visible, and many more. A complete list of the selector extensions built into jQuery can be found at While most jQuery developers know about selector extensions, many aren't...(Read whole news on source site)



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