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i want to get value of attribute "display" and check it in a if statement.
how can i do this?
my code is in blow
$(document).ready(function () {
            $("#pmain").click(function () {
                var n = $("#passchange").attr("display");
                if (n == "block") {

Posted 23-Mar-13 9:41am

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Solution 1

Your code for attribute and its check looks correct, but… "display" is not an element attribute, this is something completely different, a CSS property:[^].

Accordingly, in jQuery you should use CSS methods, not attributes:[^].


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