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jQuery [attribute|=value] Selector

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Example

Select all <p> elements with a title attribute that starts with the value "Tomorrow":

$("p[title|='Tomorrow']")

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Definition and Usage

The [attribute|=value] selector selects each element with a specified attribute, with a value equal to a specified string (like "en") or starting with that string followed by a hyphen (like "en-us").

Tip: This selector is often used to handle language attributes.


Syntax

$("[attribute|='value']")

Parameter Description
attribute Required. Specifies the attribute to find
value Required. Specifies the string the attribute value should start with


Examples

More Examples

Handle language attributes
This example selects all <a> elements with a hreflang attribute that starts with the value "en".

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