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Does anyone know how I can target the last visible tag on a summary item?

<script>
$(function () { 
$('.summary-metadata-item--tags > a:visible:last').addClass('mk-last-visible');
});  
</script>

I tried using the above script. It works in code-pen but not when I add it to code injection header in Squarespace.

Can anyone tell me why this isn't working and how I can fix it?

 

I have CSS already set up to target the summary block on the Healthcare Practices tab here:

website: https://beehyve.squarespace.com/adhd-support

 

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Hi @melaniejaane!

I found in the jQuery documentation that it says that the `:last` selector selects the last matched element. I think that means the last instance that matches the selector, and thus only one item. 

I was going to recommend the `last-child` selector, but just in case the `last-child` is hidden, here is a better solution. This selects the last one for the tag section of each summary item (actually the last tag of each tag section).

<script>
$(function () { 
    $('.summary-metadata-item--tags').each(function() {
        $(this).children('a:visible:last').addClass('mk-last-visible')   
    })
}); 
</script>

Hope this helps!

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