JQuery :: Syntax For$() For A Different Doc?

Oct 27, 2010

I have a text string that is a complete html doc. How do I tell jquery to parse that?

Variable theDoc holds the other html doc.

I tried:

var doc = $(theDoc);

If it is "this" doc it looks like: var x = $('table:contains('test')).html(); I tried: var x = doc.find('table:contains('resume')).html();

It keeps saying something is null.

So what is the syntax to look inside another doc , not the one the code is currently in?

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