Need to get TAG name by element name using Jquery [duplicate]

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I have set of html elements and I named those for all input/select/textarea. Anyway the names are unique for each element.

Now I need to get the Html TAG (Input/Select/Textarea) by Element name.

For EX:


I need to get the ‘input’ TAG by using element name ‘sample’.

I dont want to mention the TAG name on selector part in jquery. I have only unique names to find the TAGs.

Please help on this.

Thanks in advance.!

How do I remove the space between inline-block elements?

Given this HTML and CSS:

span {
    display:inline-block;
    width:100px;
    background-color:palevioletred;
}

Foo Bar

As a result, there will be a 4 pixel wide space between the SPAN elements.

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/dGHFV/

I understand why this happens, and I also know that I could get rid of that space by removing the white-space between the SPAN elements in the HTML source code, like so:

Foo Bar

However, I was hoping for a CSS solution that doesn’t require the HTML source code to be tampered with.

I know how to solve this with JavaScript – by removing the text nodes from the container element (the paragraph), like so:

// jQuery
$('p').contents().filter(function() { return this.nodeType === 3; }).remove();

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/dGHFV/1/

But can this issue be solved with CSS alone?

How do I remove the space between inline-block elements?

Given this HTML and CSS:

span {
    display:inline-block;
    width:100px;
    background-color:palevioletred;
}

Foo Bar

As a result, there will be a 4 pixel wide space between the SPAN elements.

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/dGHFV/

I understand why this happens, and I also know that I could get rid of that space by removing the white-space between the SPAN elements in the HTML source code, like so:

Foo Bar

However, I was hoping for a CSS solution that doesn’t require the HTML source code to be tampered with.

I know how to solve this with JavaScript – by removing the text nodes from the container element (the paragraph), like so:

// jQuery
$('p').contents().filter(function() { return this.nodeType === 3; }).remove();

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/dGHFV/1/

But can this issue be solved with CSS alone?

Display: Inline block – What is that space? [duplicate]

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Inline Blocks have this weird space in-between them. I could live with it, up to a point where, if I load more content with an AJAX Call, the tiny space goes away. I know I’m missing something here.

div {
    width: 100px;
    height: auto;
    border: 1px solid red;
    outline: 1px solid blue;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0; 
    display: inline-block;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/AWMMT/

How to make the spacing consistent in Inline blocks ?

How to remove the space between list items [duplicate]

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How to you get rid of the white space between list items? I am trying to make it so that the images are right next to each other. Even though I have set the styling to margins: 0;, they are still separated.

CSS

ul.frames{
  margin: 20px;
  width: 410px;
  height: 320px;
  background-color: grey;
  float: left;
  list-style-type: none;
}

ul.frames  li {
  display:inline;
  margin: 0;
  display: inline;
  list-style: none;
}

ul.frames li img {
  margin: 0 0 0 0;
}

HTML

  • How can I eliminate spacing between inline elements in CSS? [duplicate]

    This question already has an answer here:

    I have a div with a bunch of image tags inside, here is an example:

    Foo1 Foo2 Foo3

    Because there is whitespace between the tags, browsers will display some whitespace between the images (Chrome decides on 4px). How can I tell the browser to show NO whitespace whatsoever between the images, without placing the > and < directly next to each other? I know letter-spacing applies in addition to what the browser decides to use, so that's useless even with a negative value. Basically I'm going for something like Twitter has at the bottom of their home page. I looked at their code and they're using an unordered list. I could just do that but I'd like the technical explanation for why there appears to be no way to eliminate the white space from between these images.