what's the meaning of this

Posted on 2013-02-04
Last Modified: 2013-02-04
var theme =  $.data(document.body, 'theme');

Thanks in advance
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sonawanekiran earned 125 total points
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Go through this link you will get an idea about .data()
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HugoHiasl earned 125 total points
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It reads an attached stored data-value from the document.body that has the name "theme".

Take a look in the source for an attribute data-theme="value" in the body tag.
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netballi earned 125 total points
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The Variable "theme" is being assigned a data attribute for theme,  the  $.data()  stores a reference to a variable, which could even be a global variable in a DOM element for the HTML page.

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Php_expert earned 125 total points
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Refer this link for more information about data storage using jQuery:

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