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G. createElement('div')) - The HTML string passed to jQuery cannot contain elements that might be considered invalid inside of a

element. - The HTML string passed to the jQuery function must be well formed. - You should open and close all HTML elements when passing jQuery HTML. Not doing so could result in bugs, mostly in IE. g. $(

) Grokking the index() method It is possible to determine the index of an element in the wrapper set by passing that element to the index() method. As an example, suppose you have a wrapper set containing all the

elements in a web page and you would like to know the index of the last


Using :nth-child(0) will always select nothing. Using :first will select the first element in the set while :last will select the last element in the set. It is important to remember that they filter the set based on the relationship (numerical hierarchy starting at 0) within the set, but not the elements' relationships in the context of the DOM. Given this knowledge, it should be obvious why the filters :first, :last, :eq(index) will always return a single element. If it is not obvious, allow me to explain further.

It gives you access to an HTML document contained within an