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jQuery - Add a different class if only one td in a row

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Thanks to some earlier help, I have the following code.

Sometimes the top and bottom rows of my tables only contain one cell/td.

Can the code be amended so that:

1) If the top row only contains one td it adds a class of td_top

2) If the top row only contains one td it adds a class of td_bottom

Then if it contains more than one, it still adds both left and right.

Hope that makes sense.
$jQ(document).ready(function() {//Add classes to the for corner td's of a table
   $jQ(".css3").each(function() {
      $jQ("tr:first td:first", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_top_left");
      $jQ("tr:first td:last", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_top_right");
      $jQ("tr:last td:first", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_bottom_left");
      $jQ("tr:last td:last", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_bottom_right");
   }); 
});

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var count = $jQ("tr:first >td").length;
if(count > 1)
    //DO as existing
else
   //Add your single class
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by:Luv2Muff
ID: 35008837
Unsure if I have implemented that correctly:?
$jQ(document).ready(function() {//Add classes to the for corner td's of a table
$jQ(".css3").each(function() {
var count = $jQ("tr:first >td").length;
if(count > 1;
$jQ("tr:first td:first", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_top_left");
$jQ("tr:first td:last", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_top_right");
else;
$jQ("tr:first td", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_top");
var count = $jQ("tr:last >td").length;
if(count > 1;
$jQ("tr:last td:first", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_bottom_left");$jQ("tr:last td:last", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_bottom_right");
else;
$jQ("tr:last td", $jQ(this)).addClass("td_bottom");
}); 
});

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by:Luv2Muff
ID: 35011464
Sussed it!

Thanks.
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by:OblivionSY
ID: 35012559
Great, glad to help :)

You don't need to var the "count" twice.

if syntax (just for post clarity) should be

if (condition) {
 // do something
} else if (otherCondition) {
 // do something else
} else {
 // otherwise do this
}

Ie, does not have ; at the end of the "if" lines
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