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Odd index selector.

Shorthand version $(':odd')

Description

The :odd selector, selects odd elements within the matched set.

Like all the positional selectors:odd uses a zero-based index to select from previously filtered elements.

Being a jQuery extension the :odd pseudo selector is not part of any current CSS specification. Therefore :odd cannot take advantage of the performance boost provided by the native DOM querySelectorAll() method.

The same results can be achieved with better performance using the odd() method with a valid CSS selector, for example $("cssSelector").odd().

This method was deprecated in jQuery 3.4.

Syntax

Signature Description
jQuery(':odd')Odd numbered index match

Parameters

None.

Return

N/A.

:odd Example Selectors  <<  Top

Selects odd elements within the matched set.

In the example below we apply an orange background to all odd table rows.


Table For Testing Positional Selectors
Table Row 1, Table Data 1 Table Row 1, Table Data 2
Table Row 2, Table Data 1 Table Row 2, Table Data 2
Table Row 3, Table Data 1 Table Row 3, Table Data 2
Table Row 4, Table Data 1 Table Row 4, Table Data 2



$(function(){
  $('#btn15').on('click', function() {
    $('.testtable tr:odd').css('backgroundColor', 'orange');
  });
});


Press the button below to action the above code:

Related Tutorials

jQuery Basic Tutorials - Lesson 4 - jQuery Selectors