The task is to add style=display: “block” to an element with the help of jQuery.
- There are multiple function or method to do this work, these are as follows:
- .css(): Set one or more CSS properties for the set of matched elements.
- .show(): Display the matched elements and is roughly equivalent to calling .css(“display”, “block”).
- .attr(): Set one or more attributes for the set of matched elements.
Example 1: Using .css() Method
Example 2: Using .attr() Method
Example 3: Using .show() Method
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