jQuery pushStack() Method

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jQuery pushStack() Method

The jQuery pushStack() method adds a collection of DOM elements onto the jQuery stack.


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pushStack(elem, name, arg);

Parameter Values

elemRequiredSpecifies an array of elements to push onto the stack and make into a new jQuery object.
nameRequiredSpecifies the name of a jQuery method that generated the array of elements.
argRequiredSpecifies the arguments that were passed in to the jQuery method (for serialization).


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