Onclick check class

I'm trying to check the class on a click event to see whether to fire it or not but I cant get it working, can someone help

$("ul#menu li").click().toggle(function () {
if ($(this).is('.showlogin')){
      $("#fadeover").fadeTo("normal", 0.8);
      },function() {
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Albert Van HalenAnalyst developerCommented:
use hasClass
GaryAuthor Commented:
Not working, think it has more to do with the syntax
GaryAuthor Commented:
Never mind I was thinking about this in the wrong way.
Albert Van HalenAnalyst developerCommented:
Note on hasClass : don't use the dot (.) in the string

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GaryAuthor Commented:
Have come back to this because I've just noticed that when the li is faded in and i click in text inputs the click event is firing making the overlay come and go.
So my thinking is that I should check if the 'clicked' object has the sub class so that it doesnt fire or is there a better way to do it?
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