Jquery Get each image src

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I have a series of images each with the class "photo";

I want to go through each of these and retrieve the photo source, for use later in an if statement. I have written the below code to do this, but have not been successful:

$.each($(".photo"), function() {
  var imgsrc = $(this).attr("src").length;
  console.log(imgsrc);
});

I am not sure where I have gone wrong here. It seems to make sense to me, but I dont get anything in the console.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Aug 11, 2022 in Web Development by gaurav
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