Return all ancestor elements between <span> and <div>:
The parentsUntil() method returns all ancestor elements between the selector and stop.
An ancestor is a parent, grandparent, great-grandparent, and so on.
The DOM tree: This method traverse upwards from the parent element along ancestors of DOM elements, all the way up to the document's root element, until it reaches a specific element.
Note: If both parameters are empty, this method will return all ancestor elements (same as the parents() method).
|stop||Optional. A selector expression, element or jQuery object indicating where to stop the search for matching ancestor elements|
|filter||Optional. Specifies a selector expression to narrow down the search for
ancestors between selector and stop
Note: To return multiple ancestors, separate each expression with a comma.
Narrow down the search
How to use both parameters to filter the search for a specific element between <span> and <div>.
Return multiple ancestors
How to return multiple ancestors between <span> and <body>.
Return all ancestors between <span> and <div> using a DOM element.
Using a DOM element and a selector expression to filter the search
Using a DOM element to narrow down the ancestor search for <ul> elements between <span> and <div>.