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Adding a class or ID to an append element
How can I add a class or ID to an append element... for example if I have this code: $(".demo-pricing").append("<button>Botoncillo</button>");
and I want to add a class or id to that append button
The content you want to append will have to be wrapped in an element for the append method to work.
$(".demo-pricing").append("<span>Botoncillo</span>"); or something like that.
And if you assign that selector to a variable, you can use
.addClass to add a class later on, or
.attr to add an id.
Take a look at this CodePen for a more detailed example.