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Manipulating CSS Classes

List some examples of appling CSS properties using jQuery.
$('p').css('background-image', 'url("imgsrc.jpg")');
$('p').css('position', 'absolute');
$('p').css('background-color', 'yellow');
$('p').css('color', 'red' );
$('p').css('fontSize', '25px' );
$('p').css('font-size', '25px' );
$('p').css('border', '1px solid black');
$('p').css('width', '250px');
$('p').css('height', '250px');

jQuery addClass(), removeClass(), toggleClass()

The addclass() method is use to add one or more classes to the selected element. This method does not replace a class, it simply adds the class, appending it with the class which may already been assigned to the element. Syntax: $("p").addClass("myClass");

jQuery removeClass() method is use to remove a single class, multiple classes, or all classes from HTML element. Syntax: $("p").removeClass("myClass")

More than one class may be removed at a time, separated by a space, from the set of matched elements.

Set Multiple CSS Properties
$("element").css({"property1":"value1", "property2":"value2", ...});
$("p").css({"background-color": "yellow", "font-size": "200%"});

Add Multiple Classes

More than one class may be added at a time. To add multiple classes define class names separated by a space, to the elements, like: $("p").addClass("myClass1 myClass2");

Note: If a class name is included as a parameter, then only that class will be removed from the set of matched elements. If no class names are specified in the parameter, all classes will be removed.