JQuery :: Passing A Variable To A Selector: Syntax Error

Jul 13, 2011

I'm passing a variable to a selector. I have found a few resources and tried to implement them but they're just not working for me. I am trying to find href that match my variable and am working with the following:

var itemLink = /site/Mario-Kart..etc.
$("a[href=" + itemLink + "]").......etc.

I receive an error "Uncaught Syntax Error unrecognized expression: [href=/site/Mario-Kart..etc. ]" I have been placing the quotes in different places to correct the syntax but to no avail. Also, this works with JQuery v1.44 and earlier but not after.

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