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jQuery - find innerText of all divs (know how to get the innerText)

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CamilliaFlag for United States of America asked on
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I know there has to be a way to do this. I figured out how to get the innerText of one row.

1.  I click on a button and dynamically create some controls with a div. Each div has a number
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2.  I click on X delete next to each row and remove a row. Now, the row numbers are out of order
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3. When I click on X, I call this and I get the innerText of the row I'm deleting
$("#schedgroup").on("click", ".remDelSched", function (e) { //change13 change body to schedgroup

		console.log($(this).closest('.row').children('.toggle')[0].innerText); //*** gets me the innerText of the row I'm deleting

		var numItems = $('div.schedule').length;

		if (numItems > 1) {
			$(this).closest('.row').remove();
			
		}
		else

			$(this).closest('.row').addClass('hidden'); //orig code has one "schedule" as hidden. Don't remove all of them if user clicks on X. Leave one as hidden

		

	
	});

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4. Now, I want to renumber the divs

I think I need to do this when I click on an X but how in jQuery?
1. This gives me the "row" I'm deleting $(this).closest('.row')
2. I need to get its parent div which is schedgroup
3. Then get all the "row --> toggle" children of schedgroup
4. Loop thru and rename/increment. I started with zero but can start with 1

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