The parentsUntil() is an inbuilt method in jQuery that is used to find all the ancestor elements between two given elements in a DOM tree. The Document Object Model(DOM) is a World Wide Web Consortium standard. This defines for accessing elements in the DOM tree.
Parameters: It accepts a parameter “selector2” which is the last marked parent of the selected element in the tree.
Return Value: It returns all ancestors elements between two given elements.
jQuery code to show the working of parentsUntil() method:
In the above code, all the ancestor elements between “span” and “div” get highlighted with green color.
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