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How do I target all labels that do not have TYPE in the for name?

Posted on 2014-11-11
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Hi All,
$("label[for*='TYPE']")

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This gets all the labels I don't want to target. All the rest of the label that I do want to select don't have a common naming.
Also could use the CSS to target the same..

Thank you,
Bill
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$("label").not("[for*='TYPE']")

or :

$("label:not([for*='TYPE'])")

Also could use the CSS to target the same..
No, create a class for them :

$("label.myClass")

label.myClass {
     // rules
}
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Thank you!
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