Change background color and/or image according to last word in a hyperlink

Let’s say you have an image representing a hyperlink like: <div id=”image”> <div class=”color”> <a href=”https://example.com/strawberry-red”> <img src=”https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/52/Spacer.gif”> </a> </div> What I want is a script that would switch the image out in accordance with the last word in the hyperlink. Example: strawberry-red, raspberry-blue, apple-green Possible CSS: .strawberry-red, .raspberry-blue, .apple-green This might also be done…

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Why is Hibernate with Specification making two queries when the first one got everything that was asked?

I’m making a practice Spring Boot application. I’ve got 3 entities(edited as recommended): class User extends EntityModelTemplate { String username; //unique @OneToMany(cascade = CascadeType.ALL, fetch = FetchType.LAZY, mappedBy = “user”) List<UserRoles> userRoles; } @IdClass(UserRolesKey.class) class UserRoles { @Id @ManyToOne @JoinColumn(name = “user_id”) User user; @Id @ManyToOne(fetch = FetchType.LAZY) @JoinColumn(name = “role_id”) Role role; } class…

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Access the closest id of matched tag in jQuery

I have this select <small class=”lastSelectedMenu”> <span > Current Interval: <span class=”lastSelected”></span> </span> <select name=”last” class=”float-right”> <option id=”default” value=”default”>Select Interval</option> <option value=”day”>Day</option> <option value=”week”>Week</option> <option value=”month”>Month</option> <option value=”year”>Year</option> </select> </small> <canvas id=”bw”></canvas> I need to access canvas id when I change my select I have this code now $(“select[name=’last’]”).on(‘change’, function() { var selectedVal =$(this).val(); console.log($(this).closest(‘canvas’));…

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Access the id of the closest matched tag – jQuery

I have this select <small class=”lastSelectedMenu”> <span > Current Interval: <span class=”lastSelected”></span> </span> <select name=”last” class=”float-right”> <option id=”default” value=”default”>Select Interval</option> <option value=”day”>Day</option> <option value=”week”>Week</option> <option value=”month”>Month</option> <option value=”year”>Year</option> </select> </small> <canvas id=”bw”></canvas> I need to access canvas id when I change my select I have this code now $(“select[name=’last’]”).on(‘change’, function() { var selectedVal =$(this).val(); console.log($(this).closest(‘canvas’));…

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