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Personally is my favourite framework and i use it in most of my "web coding" cases.
I've been looking for <strong>wildcard</strong> ellement selection in <strong>JQuery</strong> framework and finally i've realized that <a href="http://jquery.com/" target="_blank">JQuery</a> uses <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression" target="_blank"><strong>regular expressions</strong></a> in DOM (Document Object model).
[crayon-5cc091aa4eff0708495077 lang="js" ]$("#divEllement").html();
So for wildcards this can be done.
Update: I’ve discovered that is not usable in some cases. In case you are really in trouble, you can use
This will work in any of these “Ellement1″,”Ellement2″,”EllementSomething” cases.[/crayon]
If anyone has a better way for this, don't hesistate to mail me.