styling element using jquery

Styling Elements Using jQuery

jQuery is a popular JavaScript library that enables developers to manipulate HTML elements on web pages. It provides a wide range of methods that can be used to style and animate elements, including:

  • css()
  • addClass()
  • removeClass()
  • toggleClass()

The css() Method

The css() method allows you to set or get the value of a CSS property for an element. You can pass in the property name and value as arguments, or an object containing multiple property-value pairs:

$("div").css("background-color", "red");
  "font-size": "16px",
  "color": "blue"

The addClass() Method

The addClass() method adds one or more CSS classes to the selected elements:


The removeClass() Method

The removeClass() method removes one or more CSS classes from the selected elements:


The toggleClass() Method

The toggleClass() method toggles one or more CSS classes on the selected elements:


These are just a few examples of how jQuery can be used to style HTML elements. With a little experimentation, you can achieve all sorts of cool effects on your web pages.

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