To select all elements with the same class except a particular one using jQuery, you can use the
not method in combination with the class selector.
Here’s an example:
<div class="example">Element 1</div>
<div class="example">Element 2</div>
<div class="example">Element 3</div>
<div class="example" id="exclude">Element 4</div>
var excluded = $(“#exclude”);
In this example, we first select the element that we want to exclude using its
id selector, and store it in a variable called
excluded. Then, we use the class selector
.example to select all elements with the class
example, and use the
not method to exclude the element stored in the
excluded variable. Finally, we use the
css method to change the background color of all elements except the excluded one.
not method allows us to exclude elements from a set of selected elements, making it possible to select all elements with a certain class except for a specific one.
You can also use the following to select all element except for the current one –