jQuery afterText Plugin

jQuery has a hard time dealing with text after something you’ve selected. But now it’s easy thanks to the jQuery afterText Plugin. Just change the text after something with the afterText() function:

$('.red').afterText('This is red!');
$('.blue').afterText('This is blue!');

The difference to after(text) is that afterText(text) replaces any existing text (including empty text). It’s so simple! You can grab it on Github.

Related: How to remove text from after an element with jQuery

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