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    Exclamation Jquery: Not Has Class

    I've got a jquery selector I'm trying to get done and since I'm somewhat new to jquery I'm stumped. Essentially. I'm trying to get a div within divs with the class "card" that do not have the class of "correct" and then select the first one out of the list.

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    $("div .card:not(.correct):nth-child("1") .question ").css('display', 'none');
    After spending quite a while trying to get this to work I am now opening it up to anyone to give me a hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mberkom View Post
    ...and then select the first one out of the list.

    Which one? Selects the first div? Selects the first "correct" div? Selects the first element of "card" div ?
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    $("div .card:not(.correct)").eq(1).hide();

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    Rangana, I am trying to select the paragraph .question in the first div with the class of .card and without the class of .correct. Does that help? Please ignore the quotes in nth-child. They were a mistake thats not in the real code.

    Bill Posters, I think you have almost solved my problem however your code does not take into account the selection of the .question paragraph. When I get a chance, I'll play around with your code and see if I can get it to work.

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    Code:
    $("div .card:not(.correct)").eq(1).find('.question').hide();


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