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replaceWith()


Description

The .replaceWith() method replaces selected elements with new content.

Tip: The replaceWith() and replaceAll() methods do the same thing. The difference is in the syntax: the placement of the content and selector, and that replaceWith() can replace content using a function.


v1.2

This method has the form:

.replaceWith(content)
Parameter Description
content (required) Specifies the new content.

Possible values:
  • HTML code - eg.
    <div>Hello world</div>
  • New elements - eg.
    document.createElement("div")
  • Existing elements - eg.
    $(".div1")

Return Value

This form returns a jQuery object.


Replace Elements Using a Function

Using a function to replace selected elements with new content.

v1.0

This method has the alternate form:

.replaceWith(function())
Parameter Description
function() (required) A function that returns the new content to replace the selected elements with

Return Value

This form returns a jQuery object.

Examples

Replace the first p element with some bold text:

$("button").click(function(){
  $("p:first").
    replaceWith("<b>jQuery</b>");
});


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