Returns a jQuery element of the current area.
When no selector is specified, then the area element is returned, otherwise the result of the selector is returned. The result is always a jQuery object.
This method can be used to access elements inside the Area, even when the Area is not attached to the document (i.e., not visible).
- The selector to find an element inside the area. When omitted, the Area element itself is returned.
A jQuery object. Either the Area element itself, or an element/list of elements inside the Area.
// Get a Divi Area instance. var area = DiviArea.getArea(); // Get the jQuery element of the Area and add a CSS class to it. var element = area.get(); element.addClass('sample-class');
// Get a Divi Area instance. var area = DiviArea.getArea(); // Add inline CSS to all p-tags inside the Area. var elements = area.get('p'); elements.css('color', 'red');