Version: v1.1, Last updated: 2/18/2010
jQuery Untils provides three very simple, but very useful methods: nextUntil, prevUntil, and parentsUntil. These methods are based on their nextAll, prevAll, and parents counterparts, except that they allow you to stop when a certain selector is reached. Elements are returned in "traversal order".
Note that these methods take a less naïve approach than others bearing the same names, and are designed to actually return elements in traversal order, despite the element ordering flaws inherent in the jQuery 1.3.2 selector engine.
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These working examples, complete with fully commented code, illustrate a few ways in which this plugin can be used.
Information about what version or versions of jQuery this plugin has been tested with, what browsers it has been tested in, and where the unit tests reside (so you can test it yourself).
Internet Explorer 6-8, Firefox 2-3.7, Safari 3-4, Chrome 4-5, Opera 9.6-10.1.
1.1 - (2/18/2010) Fixed an issue that occurred when until_selector and each_selector were mutually exclusive. In the process, simplified plugin logic substantially.
1.0 - (12/1/2009) Initial release
Copyright (c) 2010 "Cowboy" Ben Alman
Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.