jQuery makes playing with the DOM elements so easy and concise that its just not possible to think of any other approach. So as an example, if I wanted to select all checked radio buttons with their ids starting with ‘spec’ with value = ‘no’ $(“:input[id^=’spec’][value=’no’]:radio:checked”) For text fields, the usual way to access the […]Read more "jQuery – Playground"
So I got stuck with the problem of counting the text fields with ids like ‘field1’, ‘field2’, ‘field3’ etc. <input id=’field1′ name=’somename_one’/> <input id=’field2′ name=’somename_two’/> <input id=’field3′ name=’somename_three’/> I need to get the count of such dynamically generated fields. With JQuery, it can be done simply with the following statement: $(“:input[id^=field]”).length This statement will […]Read more "JQuery: Count elements with similar ids"