.next() jQuery nextAll() Method

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jQuery nextAll() Method

jQuery HTML Methods jQuery
Traversing Methods

Example

Return all next sibling elements of each <li> element with class name "start":

$(document).ready(function()
    $("li.start").nextAll().css("color": "red", "border": "2px
solid red");
);

Result:

    ul (parent)

  • li (sibling)
  • li (sibling)
  • li (sibling with class name “start”)
  • li (sibling)
  • li (sibling)
  • li (sibling)

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Definition and Usage

The nextAll() method returns all next sibling elements of the selected element.

Sibling elements are elements that share the same parent.

The DOM tree: This method traverse forward along siblings
of DOM elements.

Related methods:

  • next() – returns the next sibling
    element of the selected element
  • nextUntil() – returns all next
    sibling elements between two given arguments

Syntax

$(selector).nextAll(filter)

ParameterDescription
filterOptional. Specifies a selector expression to narrow down the search for
next siblings

Note: To return multiple siblings,
separate each expression with a comma.

Examples

Try it Yourself – Examples

Narrow down the search
How to filter the search for next sibling elements.

Return multiple siblings
Using the filter parameter to get all siblings of a <h2> element that
have class names "first", "second" and "third".

Select
all next sibling elements of a <p> element
How to select all next sibling elements of a <p> element.

Select
all next sibling <p> elements of <div>
How to select all next sibling <p> elements of each <div> element.


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Traversing Methods

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jQuery Traversing Siblings

Contents

  • 1 jQuery Traversing Siblings Main Tips
  • 2 jQuery Traversing Siblings
      • 2.0.1 Example
  • 3 jQuery Traversing Siblings Next
      • 3.0.1 Example
  • 4 jQuery Traversing Siblings Next All
      • 4.0.1 Example
  • 5 jQuery Traversing Siblings Next Until
      • 5.0.1 Example
  • 6 jQuery Traversing Siblings Prev
      • 6.0.1 Example
  • 7 jQuery Traversing Siblings Prev All
      • 7.0.1 Example
  • 8 jQuery Traversing Siblings Prev Until
      • 8.0.1 Example

jQuery Traversing Siblings Main Tips

  • In jQuery, traversing refers to moving through the DOM tree to access certain HTML elements.
  • Using jQuery you can traverse downwards the DOM tree.

jQuery Traversing Siblings

When traversing downwards, jQuery provides three methods:

  • siblings() – return siblings of the selected element
  • next() – return the following sibling of the selected element
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  • nextAll() – return all following siblings of the selected element
  • nextUntil() – return all following siblings between the selected element and the matched sibling
  • prev() – return the previous sibling of the selected element
  • prevAll() – return all previous siblings of the selected element
  • prevUntil() – return all previous siblings between the selected element and the matched sibling

Siblings method gets the elements that have the same parent as the selected one:

$(selector).siblings([filter])

Additionally, you can add an optional selector, which will filter the siblings of the selected element.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

// Selects all siblings of <h1> elements in the document
$(document).ready(function() $("span").siblings();
);
// Selects only those siblings of <h1> elements that are <p> elements
$(document).ready(function() $("span").siblings("p");
);

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jQuery Traversing Siblings Next

This method returns the sibling that is directly adjacent to the selected element, and is after it in the document layout:

$(selector).next([filter])

Optionally, you can add a selector, to make it so the next element is only selected if it matches the selector.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

// Selects the element following <h1>
$(document).ready(function() $("span").next();
);
// Selects the element following <h1> if it's a <p> element
$(document).ready(function() $("h3").next("p");
);

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jQuery Traversing Siblings Next All

The nextAll method returns all following siblings:

$(selector).nextAll([filter])

You can also add a selector here, to filter which of the following siblings are to be selected.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

// Selects all elements following <h1>
$(document).ready(function() $("h1").nextAll();
);
// Selects elements following <h1> if they are <p> elements
$(document).ready(function() $("h1").nextAll("p");
);

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jQuery Traversing Siblings Next Until

This method gets the siblings that are after the selected one in the layout, until the specified type of element is found:

$(selector).children(selector,[filter])

The first selector in this case is required, and the filter selector can be omitted, however, if entered, only elements between the two selected types that match the filter will go through.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

$(document).ready(function() $("p").nextUntil("h6").css("color": "blue", "border": "2px solid lightblue");
);

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jQuery Traversing Siblings Prev

This method returns the sibling that is directly adjacent to the selected element, and is before it in the document layout:

$(selector).prev([filter])

Optionally, you can add a selector, to make it so the next element is only selected if it matches the selector.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

// Selects the element before <h1>
$(document).ready(function() $("p").prev();
);
// Selects the element before <p> if it's a <h3> element
$(document).ready(function() $("p").prev("h3");
);

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jQuery Traversing Siblings Prev All

The nextAll method returns all previous siblings:

$(selector).prevAll([filter])

You can also add a selector here, to filter which of the previous siblings are to be selected.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

// Selects all elements before <p>
$(document).ready(function() $("p").prevAll();
);
// Selects elements before <p> if they are <h3> elements
$(document).ready(function() $("p").prevAll("h3");
);

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jQuery Traversing Siblings Prev Until

This method gets the siblings that are before the selected one in the layout, until the specified type of element is found:

$(selector).prevUntil(selector,[filter])

The first selector in this case is required, and the filter selector can be omitted, however, if entered, only elements between the two selected types that match the filter will go through.

Here is a code example to illustrate how this method is used:

Example

// Selects all elements before <p>
$(document).ready(function() $("p").prevUntil();
);
// Selects elements before <p> if they are <h3> elements
$(document).ready(function() $("p").prevUntil("h3");
);

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