For each element in the set, get the first element that matches the selector by testing the element itself and traversing up through its ancestors in the DOM tree.
The DOM node context originally passed to jQuery(); if none was passed then context will likely be the document.
Remove event handlers previously attached using .live() from the elements.
The current DOM element within the event bubbling phase.
Returns whether event.preventDefault() was ever called on this event object.
Returns whether event.stopImmediatePropagation() was ever called on this event object.
Returns whether event.stopPropagation() was ever called on this event object.
The last value returned by an event handler that was triggered by this event, unless the value was undefined.
Keeps the rest of the handlers from being executed and prevents the event from bubbling up the DOM tree.
Execute the next function on the queue for the matched element.
Globally disable all animations.
Determine whether the argument is an array.
Show or manipulate the queue of functions to be executed on the matched element.
A collection of properties that represent the presence of different browser features or bugs. Intended for jQuery’s internal use; specific properties may be removed when they are no longer needed internally to improve page startup performance. For your own project’s feature-detection needs, we strongly recommend the use of an external library such as Modernizr instead of dependency on properties in jQuery.support.
Attach an event handler for all elements which match the current selector, now and in the future.
Add a collection of DOM elements onto the jQuery stack.
A selector representing selector passed to jQuery(), if any, when creating the original set.
Display or hide the matched elements.
Add or remove one or more classes from each element in the set of matched elements, depending on either the class’s presence or the value of the switch argument.