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Is it a correct JQuery syntax ? This seems does not work.

 $("input,td,a,select,span,textarea,th").css("fontSize", 14px)

I wish to set the font size of all elements to 14px using jquery.
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gurvinder372 earned 200 total points
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syntax wise this is in-correct, it should be font-size

why don't you use

$("*").css("font-size", 14px)
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Excellent
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