The error() method in jQuery is used when an element encounters an error that is the element is not loaded correctly. The error() method attaches a function to run when an error event occurs or it triggers the error event.
- Addition of function in error event:
- Triggering of error event for some selected elements:
- function: This parameter is optional and it specifies the function to be run when the error event occurs.
Note: This method was removed in jQuery version 3.0.
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