QueryList API文档

phpQuery 选择器

下面选择器规则完全适用于QueryList 。


Selectors are the heart of jQuery-like interface. Most of CSS Level 3 syntax is implemented (in state same as in jQuery).

Example

pq(".class ul > li[rel='foo']:first:has(a)")->appendTo('.append-target-wrapper div')->...

Basics

  • #id Matches a single element with the given id attribute.
  • element Matches all elements with the given name.
  • .class Matches all elements with the given class.
  • * Matches all elements.
  • selector1, selector2, selectorN Matches the combined results of all the specified selectors.

Hierarchy

  • ancestor descendant Matches all descendant elements specified by "descendant" of elements specified by "ancestor".
  • parent > child Matches all child elements specified by "child" of elements specified by "parent".
  • prev + next Matches all next elements specified by "next" that are next to elements specified by "prev".
  • prev ~ siblings Matches all sibling elements after the "prev" element that match the filtering "siblings" selector.

Basic Filters

  • :first Matches the first selected element.
  • :last Matches the last selected element.
  • :not(selector) Filters out all elements matching the given selector.
  • :even Matches even elements, zero-indexed.
  • :odd Matches odd elements, zero-indexed.
  • :eq(index) Matches a single element by its index.
  • :gt(index) Matches all elements with an index above the given one.
  • :lt(index) Matches all elements with an index below the given one.
  • :header Matches all elements that are headers, like h1, h2, h3 and so on.
  • :animated Matches all elements that are currently being animated.

Content Filters

  • :contains(text) Matches elements which contain the given text.
  • :empty Matches all elements that have no children (including text nodes).
  • :has(selector) Matches elements which contain at least one element that matches the specified selector.
  • :parent Matches all elements that are parents - they have child elements, including text.

Visibility Filters

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Attribute Filters

  • [attribute] Matches elements that have the specified attribute.
  • [attribute=value] Matches elements that have the specified attribute with a certain value.
  • [attribute!=value] Matches elements that don't have the specified attribute with a certain value.
  • [attribute^=value] Matches elements that have the specified attribute and it starts with a certain value.
  • [attribute$=value] Matches elements that have the specified attribute and it ends with a certain value.
  • [attribute*=value] Matches elements that have the specified attribute and it contains a certain value.
  • [selector1selector2selectorN] Matches elements that have the specified attribute and it contains a certain value.

Child Filters

  • :nth-child(index/even/odd/equation) Matches all elements that are the nth-child of their parent or that are the parent's even or odd children.
  • :first-child Matches all elements that are the first child of their parent.
  • :last-child Matches all elements that are the last child of their parent.
  • :only-child Matches all elements that are the only child of their parent.

Forms

  • :input Matches all input, textarea, select and button elements.
  • :text Matches all input elements of type text.
  • :password Matches all input elements of type password.
  • :radio Matches all input elements of type radio.
  • :checkbox Matches all input elements of type checkbox.
  • :submit Matches all input elements of type submit.
  • :image Matches all input elements of type image.
  • :reset Matches all input elements of type reset.
  • :button Matches all button elements and input elements of type button.
  • :file Matches all input elements of type file.
  • :hidden Matches all elements that are hidden, or input elements of type "hidden".

Form Filters

  • :enabled Matches all elements that are enabled.
  • :disabled Matches all elements that are disabled.
  • :checked Matches all elements that are checked.
  • :selected Matches all elements that are selected.

Read more at Selectors section on jQuery Documentation Site.