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    I have been struggling with what I feel is a simple JQuery selector issue, but I’ve been messing around with it for some time now and can’t seem to get the desired outcome.

    I have an unordered list containing multiple li’s, which are each siblings to hidden div containing a form element; so I essentially have multiple forms on a page. Without using IDs or additional classes, I would like to be able to “hide” or “slideUp” the current “hidden” div element upon submitting its corresponding form.

    // if(data == “Thank you for your submission. A representative will contact you soon.”){ ‘close form containing div’ }

    Any help would be most appreciated. A live version of the site and issue can be seen here:



    I’d say the first thing you should do is validate your markup.

    A <ul> should only contain <li> elements as it’s children.

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