jQuery | element + next Selector
The (“element + next”) selector selects in jQuery used to select the just “next” element of the specified “element”. This selector only works when the “next” element is placed just after the specified element.
- If the statement is $(“div + p”) then this will only select the first “p” element which is just next to “div” and the other “p” element are ignored.
- But if the statement is $(“div + p”) and a “h1” is placed in between the selected “div” and “p” element then this selector will not work and “p” element will remain noneffective.
$("element + next")
Parameter: Here, parameter are required and this will specifies any valid elements.
Return Value: This will return the selected element with the specified change.
Example-1: Here the paragraph element is just next to the div element.
Example-2: Here, heading element is in between the paragraph and the div element. So the no change will take place to the “p” element.