jQuery remove() method is used to remove existing HTML elements from DOM.
To remove existing HTML elements using jQuery,
- Select HTML elements to be removed using jQuery selectors.
- Call remove() method on the selected HTML elements to remove them from DOM.
In this tutorial, you will learn about jQuery remove() method, its syntax and usage, with examples.
Syntax – jQuery remove()
To remove the HTML element permanently from DOM using jQuery, use remove() method on the selection. Following is the syntax of jQuery remove() method :
Examples – jQuery remove()
The following examples help you understand the usage of jQuery remove() method.
1. Example – Remove HTML elements based on class
In the following example, on clicking a button, using jQuery remove() method, we remove HTML elements whose class is abc.
2. Example – Remove div elements based on ID
Following example demonstrates how to remove selected DIV elements based on id.
In this jQuery Tutorial, we have learnt jQuery remove() method : Syntax and Usage with examples.