To add and remove a class from a canvas element using jQuery, you can use the .addClass() and .removeClass() methods. Here's how you can do it:

Assuming you have an HTML canvas element like this:

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<canvas id="myCanvas" width="200" height="100"></canvas>
  1. Adding a Class: To add a class to the canvas element, you can use the .addClass() method. For example, let's add a class called "highlight" to the canvas:
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$(document).ready(function() { // Add the "highlight" class to the canvas element $("#myCanvas").addClass("highlight"); });

After executing this code, the canvas element will have the "highlight" class, and you can apply CSS styles to it accordingly.

  1. Removing a Class: To remove a class from the canvas element, you can use the .removeClass() method. For example, let's remove the "highlight" class from the canvas:
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$(document).ready(function() { // Remove the "highlight" class from the canvas element $("#myCanvas").removeClass("highlight"); });

After executing this code, the "highlight" class will be removed from the canvas, and any CSS styles associated with it will no longer apply.

  1. Toggle Class: If you want to toggle the class, i.e., add it if it's not present and remove it if it's already present, you can use the .toggleClass() method. For example:
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$(document).ready(function() { // Toggle the "highlight" class on the canvas element $("#myCanvas").toggleClass("highlight"); });

The .toggleClass() method is useful when you want to switch between adding and removing a class based on certain events or conditions.

Make sure to replace "highlight" with your desired class name. Additionally, ensure that the jQuery library is included in your HTML before using jQuery methods.

By using these jQuery methods, you can dynamically add and remove classes from the canvas element as needed to apply different styles or behavior to the canvas based on various events or interactions.

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