How to check if URL contains string with jQuery?
Closed 6 years ago. I have a page with select options and I am using JQuery to refresh the page and add a string to the url when an option is clicked. Now I need a way to check the browsers url to see if it contains said string. Looking on other threads I thought indexOf would work, but when trying this it doesn’t work.
How to check if the href contains a given URL?
Sometimes, for example when you need to call a String method on it, you have to explicitly call toString. This checks whether the href contains either 192.168 or localhost AND is followed by :1337. As you can see, using regex has its advantages over the other solutions when the condition gets a bit trickier.
How to check if URL contains a word stack overflow?
How to check if a string contains a word?
How do you replace a string in jQuery?
We can achieve this by using a Regular Expression that provides us the text replace functionality with its string method: replace () which replaces the specified string with the desired word or substring thereby modifying the original string. We can use the replace () method with either regular expression or string as an argument.
How is a string contained in an element?
The string can be contained directly in the element as text, or in a child element. This is mostly used together with another selector to select the elements containing the text in a group (like in the example above). Note: The text is case sensitive.