search for src filename using jQuery

Posted on 2014-01-30
Last Modified: 2016-03-24

I have this bit of code and I need to dynamically change some CSS on a paypal button. How do I search for the source filename in this part:

<input type="image" src="" border="0" name="submit" alt="PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!">

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So I'm looking for the input type='image' where src=''

Thank you!
Question by:Victor Kimura
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Expert Comment

ID: 39821373
This would get the object, what you do with it then is upto you

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by:Victor Kimura
ID: 39821374
I tried this:

var inputTypes = [];

                $('p#encypted_ppbtn input').each(function(){

                    var sCurSrcVal= $(this).attr(src);

                    if ( sCurSrcVal == "" ) {

                        $(this).css({"border": "0"});



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But it's failing at:
 var sCurSrcVal= $(this).attr(src);

How come?
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Expert Comment

ID: 39821380
Think you missed my comment above. Here's an example to change the src
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Author Comment

by:Victor Kimura
ID: 39821388
Oh, I forgot the quotes:

var sCurSrcVal= $(this).attr('src');

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ID: 39821398
If all you want to do is remove the border on the paypal button then just use

$("input[src='']").css({"border": "0"});

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by:Victor Kimura
ID: 39821635
oh, that's much easier. Thanks, Cathal! =)

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