let's say that I have some
<TR style = "background-color : red ;">
(to be noted that the spaces next to the colon and to the semicolon and intentional, because the page I am dealing with is written in that way)
works perfectly. But here it says:
[name!="value"] cannot take advantage of the performance boost provided by the native DOM querySelectorAll() method. For better performance in modern browsers, use $("your-pure-css-selector").not('[name="value"]') instead
so I was wondering: is my expression the best one or something like:
$('.detailtable tr').not('[style~="darkgray"]') // this doesn't work!
is better performing? And what is the correct way of writing this last expression?
Thanks in advance
If you really want to "select element that does not contain a string within an attribute", you should use
*= instead of
~=, like so:
Here's the fiddle.
And no, using
.not is probably not faster.
querySelectorAll should be able to parse that selector as is.
See this fiddle.
Edit: If you care about IE8 that much, then using the
.not method instead of the
:not selector will give you a small performance boost. The reason for this is very simple: IE8 does support attribute selectors, but not the negation selector.