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jQuery :last-child Selector

❮ jQuery Selectors

Example

Select every <p> element that is the last child of its parent:

$("p:last-child")
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Definition and Usage

The :last-child selector selects all elements that are the last child of their parent.

Tip: Use the :first-child selector to select elements that are the first child of their parent.


Syntax

$(":last-child")

Try it Yourself - Examples

Select the last <p> element of all <div> elements
How to select the last <p> element of all <div> elements.

Difference between :last and :last-child
Show the difference between the :last and :last-child selectors.

Difference between :last, :last-child and :last-of-type
Show the difference between the :last, :last-child and :last-of-type selectors.


❮ jQuery Selectors