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+What exactly is shared hosting?

When using a shared hosting service, you get access to webspace on the internet which allows you to start building, publishing, and maintaining your own website.

Your web hosting provider gives you the resources necessary in order for people, customers or friends to be able to connect to your website (the host and the name of your domain).

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+What exactly is shared hosting?

When using a shared hosting service, you get access to webspace on the internet which allows you to start building, publishing, and maintaining your own website.

Your web hosting provider gives you the resources necessary in order for people, customers or friends to be able to connect to your website (the host and the name of your domain).

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case:

+ow do I test whether an element has a particular class?

.hasClass() (added in version 1.2) handles this common use case: