Can I get a HTML attribute from a element using context vars or functions? (# or $)

Can I get a HTML attribute from a element using context vars or functions? (# or $)

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If youre working in the Custom HTML panel, then you can use jQuery to access any part of the DOM, including attributes of HTML tags. Here's an example:

AJS.$('input#notifyWatchers').attr('checked', false);
This example finds the <input id="notifyWatchers"> tag and adds or changes the value of the "checked" attribute to false.
hth,
matt

jaja thanks, but I know Jquery, when I say $ or # I talk about confluence object or functions... thanks for the help, but This doesn't solved my problem...

thnx

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Can you please illustrate your problem with a simple example :)

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