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input:checked not working

input:checked not working

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I am trying to collect all the pkey attributes from a checkbox.

If I do:

CODE

$('.chexPass input:checked').each(function () {
   $("#ChecklistSelected").val($("#ChecklistSelected").val() + $(this).attr("pkey").val() + ",");
 }); 

It doesn't find anything.

If I do $('.chexPass'), it works fine and finds all the checkboxes and the ones that checked will have a value of "true".

I would like to use the .each loop but if it doesn't work, I can check each value.

Anyone know why it doesn't work?

Thanks,

Tom

RE: input:checked not working

how about

CODE

$('.chexPass:checked').each(function () {
   $("#ChecklistSelected").val($("#ChecklistSelected").val() + $(this).attr("pkey").val() + ",");
 }); 

assuming the input's have the class applied to them, hard to tell with no markup to view!

Also you seem to be using custom attributes, there is a new attribute in the standards for this, it is called 'data'

so you should use

CODE

$(this).data('pkey') 

and the HTML would be

CODE

<input type="checkbox" data-pkey="my value" value="???" /> 

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