If I have the following:
I can use the following selector to find the first two DIVs:
However, if I have this:
<div class="some-other-class apple-monkey"></div>
It will only find the second DIV, since the first div's class is returned as a string (I think) and doesn't actually start with 'apple-' but rather 'some-'
One way around that is to not use starts with, but instead contains:
The problem with that is it will also select the 3rd DIV in my example.
Question: Via jQuery, what is the proper way to use predicate selectors on individual class names, rather than the entire class attribute as a string? Is it just a matter of grabbing the CLASS, then splitting it into an array and then looping through each individual one with regex? Or is there a more elegant/less verbose solution?