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ONE element?

Peter K.
PeterKosenko
Santa Monica, CA
Post #: 14
I notice that the examples of calling the JQuery plugin on the JQuery site allows only ONE element. Is there a way of passing TWO or MORE elements to a plugin, or do you have to wrap the plugin in a DIV, say, and use multiple CHILD elements inside of the DIV?

Or do you have to name your multiple elements so that they are selectable by some sort of JQuery select syntax?

http://docs.jquery.co...­


(function( $ ){

$.fn.myPlugin = function() {

// there's no need to do $(this) because
// "this" is already a jquery object

// $(this) would be the same as $($('#element'));

this.fadeIn('normal', function(){

// the this keyword is a DOM element

});

};
})( jQuery );

$('#element').myPlugin(); <-- ONE element
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