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I have a layout similar to this:
<div id="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/306583/..."><img src="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/306583/..."></div>
and would like to use a jQuery selector to select the child
img inside the
div on click.
To get the
div, I’ve got this selector:
How can I get the child
img using a selector?
You could also use
which would return all
imgs that are descendants of the
The jQuery constructor accepts a 2nd parameter called
context which can be used to override the context of the selection.
Which is the same as using
.find() like this:
If the imgs you desire are only direct descendants of the clicked element, you can also use
If your DIV tag is immediately followed by the IMG tag, you can also use:
If you need to get the first
img that’s down exactly one level, you can do