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$className.has

Detect the element has matched class name or not.
$className.has( element, name )
  1. element [object]
    The target element.
  2. name [string]
    The string of class name, separated by blankspace.

Notes

This function is can detect multiple class name for an element.

Example

HTML code
<div id="box" class="aa bb cc dd ee">This is a box</div>
<div id="message"></div>
<div id="message1"></div>
<div id="message2"></div>
<div id="message3"></div>
<button onclick="start_class_has()">detect class name</button>
JavaScript code
function start_class_has()
{
	$text($("message"), "The box has class name \"aa\": " + $className.has($("box"), "aa"));
	$text($("message1"), "The box has class name \"aa cc\": " + $className.has($("box"), "aa cc"));
	$text($("message2"), "The box has class name \"aa bbc cc\": " + $className.has($("box"), "aa bbc cc"));
	$text($("message3"), "The box has class name \"ee bbc aa\": " + $className.has($("box"), "ee bbc aa"));
}
Demonstration
This is a box