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How to underline a Hyperlink on Hover using jQuery?

Amit D
Updated on 11-Dec-2019 08:17:41
To underline a hyperlink on hover using jQuery, use the jQuery css() property. The color text-decoration  property is used.ExampleYou can try to run the following code to learn how to underline a hyperlink on hover:Live Demo           jQuery Hyperlink Decoration                              $(document).ready(function() {             $('a').hover(                                function () {                   $(this).css({"text-decoration":"underline"});                });                          });                   a {            text-decoration: none;          }                         Demo text                

How to change the 'text-decoration' property with jQuery?

Amit D
Updated on 11-Dec-2019 08:12:16
To change text decoration property with jQuery, use the jQuery css() property.ExampleYou can try to run the following code to change text-decoration property from underline to overline:Live Demo $(document).ready(function(){     $("p").on({         mouseenter: function(){         $(this).css({"text-decoration": "overline"});         }     });     }); p {    text-decoration: underline; } Move the mouse pointer on the text to remove underline and add overline.

How to remove underline with jQuery?

Amit D
Updated on 11-Dec-2019 08:11:27
To remove underline from a text in jQuery, use the jQuery css() method. The css property text-decoration property is used with none value.ExampleYou can try to run the following code to remove underline:Live Demo $(document).ready(function(){     $("p").on({         mouseenter: function(){         $(this).css({"text-decoration": "none"});         }     });     }); p {    text-decoration: underline; } Move the mouse pointer on the text to remove underline.

How to make text bold, italic and underline using jQuery

Amit D
Updated on 17-Feb-2020 05:17:22
To make text bold, italic and underline using jQuery, use the jQuery css() method with the CSS properties font-style, font-weight and text-decoration. You can try to run the following code to learn how to make text bold, italic and underline using jQuery −ExampleLive Demo $(document).ready(function(){     $("p").on({         mouseenter: function(){         $(this).css({"font-style": "italic", "font-weight": "bold","text-decoration": "underline"});         }     });     }); Move the mouse pointer on the text to make text bold, italic and underline.

How can I change the font family and font size with jQuery?

Amit D
Updated on 17-Feb-2020 05:16:10
To change the font family and font size with jQuery, use the jQuery css() method. The css property font-family and font-size is used. You can try to run the following code to learn how to change font family and font size with jQuery −ExampleLive Demo $(document).ready(function() {    $("p").on({      mouseenter: function() {         $(this).css({"font-family": "Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif", "font-size": "200%"});      }    });     }); Move the mouse pointer on the text to change the font family and size.

How can I change the text color with jQuery?

Amit D
Updated on 17-Feb-2020 05:13:42
To change the text color with jQuery, use the jQuery css() method. The color css property is used to change text color.ExampleYou can try to run the following code to learn how to change text color with jQuery −Live Demo $(document).ready(function(){     $("p").on({         mouseenter: function(){             $(this).css("color", "red");         }     });     }); Move the mouse pointer on the text to change the text color.

How to return variable value from jQuery event function?

Amit D
Updated on 17-Feb-2020 05:10:34
You cannot return variable value from jQuery event function. To understand the reason, let us see how data is passed, which was created in the event handler of a button click.ExampleLive Demo $(document).ready(function(){     var a=document.getElementById('demo');     a.addEventListener('click', function(){        var s='Hello World!';        var event = new CustomEvent('build', { 'detail': s });        this.dispatchEvent(event);      })     document.getElementById('parent').addEventListener('build', getData, true);     function getData(e){        alert(e.detail);     } }); Click me

How to bind jQuery events within dynamic content returned via Ajax?

Alex Onsman
Updated on 15-Jun-2020 07:49:44
To bind jQuery events within dynamic content, use event delegation. You can try to run the following code to learn how to bind jQuery events within dynamic content returned via Ajax:Live Demo $(document).ready(function(){     $(".loadingAjax").on("click", function() {     event.preventDefault();     var url = $(this).attr("href"),         appendedContainer = $(".append");     $.ajax({     url: url,     type : 'get',     complete : function( qXHR, textStatus ) {         if (textStatus === 'success') {             var data = qXHR.responseText             appendedContainer.hide();             appendedContainer.append("Hi");             appendedContainer.fadeIn();         }       }     }); }); $(document).on("click", '.link', function(event) {     alert("Link clicked!"); }); });         a.test { font-weight: bold; }         body { font-family: sans-serif;}     Click to load Ajax

How to handle when checkbox 'checked state' changed event in jQuery?

Alex Onsman
Updated on 14-Feb-2020 12:48:52
To handle the checkbox checked state, use the change event. It will check whether the checkox is checked or not.ExampleYou can try to run the following code to learn how to handle when checkbox checked state changed event in jQuery −Live Demo   jQuery Checkbox state     b {     color: red;   }       Check/ Uncheck this checkbox   $( "input" ).change(function() {   var $input = $( this );   $( "p" ).html(     ".attr( \"checked\" ): " + $input.attr( "checked" ) + "" +     ".prop( \"checked\" ): " + $input.prop( "checked" ) + "" +     ".is( \":checked\" ): " + $input.is( ":checked" ) + "" ); }).change();  

Can I wrap a JavaScript event in a jQuery event?

Alex Onsman
Updated on 14-Feb-2020 12:47:50
Yes, you can wrap a JavaScript event in a jQuery event. For wrapping, use the event object. You can try to run the following code to wrap a JavaScript event in a jQuery event −ExampleLive Demo $(document).ready(function(){      $('a.one').click(function(event){         event.preventDefault();      });      function test(event){         $.Event(event).preventDefault();      } });     a.test {       font-weight: bold;     }     body {       font-family:sans-serif;     } Tutorials     QA
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