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Jo Micheal
Published in : 2022-01-27

How to use !important using jQuery css function?

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Hello everyone, I am facing an issue when I try to use CSS function using jQuery to set !important the code I am using is 

jQuery("div.shipping_address").css({ "display": 'none !important' });

it adds the display: none; but without the !important What should I do to add it?

Thanks in Advance

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Joseph Morgan Date : 2022-01-27

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Welcome Back Jo,
Css function in jQuery doesn't support !important so the other way to do this is by adding using .attr like this code below 

jQuery("div.shipping_address").attr("style", "display: none !important;");

this gonna work with you also you can keep main style of the div by storing the attribute value in element then add it to the code above like 

var styleAttr = jQuery("div.shipping_address").attr('style');jQuery("div.shipping_address").attr("style", styleAttr+"display: none !important;");

Good luck

Jo Micheal Date : 2022-01-27

Thank you this is really helpful

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