is a jQuery plugin for getting the next or previous element in the full document matching a
specified selector from an element. It basically traverses the whole DOM from the pivot element
to find a matching element and returns the same if found. It is like looking vertically up/down from
an element on a printed out version of the DOM till you find a match.
Tested on Firefox, Google Chrome and IE7 (and up). If you have any suggestions, comments or if you have found a bug, please send it to email@example.com
Try out the demo below to see it in action. The source for the demo is on the right.
// Find the previous matching h3 from this button
var prevH3 = $(this).prevInDOM('h2');
// Find the next matching a from this button
var nextA = $(this).nextInDOM('a');
Thanks to John Resig
for creating jQuery
. IMHO, it is as world-changing as a JS library can ever expect to become.
Thanks to google-code-prettify
for the super-simple-to-use-and-customize syntax highlighter and for the Vim Sunburst theme.
with an amazing team of
engineers covering JS, CSS on the user side to Groovy on Grails, Spring and Hibernate on the server side.