To focus on element there is an inbuilt selector available in jQuery, which is used to detect the currently focused element. When the element is get focused by the mouse click or by the tab-navigating button this selector return the selected element. You can add the element in JQuery to focused that element easily. Here we will use the JQuery inbuilt selector $(“:focus”)
Example 1: This example shows how to focus an element using jQuery.
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