I am trying to work how to add a class with ngClick. I have uploaded up my code onto plunker Click here. Looking at the angular documentation i can't figure out the exact way it should be done. Below is a snippet of my code. Can someone guide m...
I want to have multiply active buttons (if selected), and when I click on selected button, I want to remove active class (toggle). How can I do this? If I do it like below, I have error:   ERROR TypeError: Cannot create property 'selectedTest'...
Here are 2 different ways to use the ng-class directive.  I need them both, on the same element, but that doesn't work.  Using an object in ng-class  http://plnkr.co/edit/uZNK7I?p=preview  <div ng-repeat="item in [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]"...
I want to do something like:  var list = [1,2,3,4,5] if(2 in list){   return true }   from a ng-class, so I tried:   ng-class="this.id in list ? 'class-1' : 'class-2' ">  But doesn't worked, throws an error  Syntax Erro...
I'm working on a project that need to allow users to add/remove tags on images.  There is grid view, single view and mixed view.  The grid view displays image thumbs in a grid,  Single view displays images one by one and the mixed view has the gr...
I've run into a situation where I had to update a scope variable from within an ng-repeat expression (ng-class call within ng-repeat in fact).   <div id="page" ng-controller="MainCtrl"> .  <section id="body" ng-in...
EDIT:It turns out to be a confusion on my side, pls see my own answer.  I came across a strange behavior when attempting to reorder the precedence of multiple classes in ng-class.   ng-class="{'e':($index%2>0),'btn-primary':($i...
I wanted to add class dynamically if the integer is positive or negative.. I tried by calling a function from the HTML but that dosen't seem to be a right way. Below is my plunker..  Add class from html  <div ng-repeat="i in test">...
I have a class   .haba-haba{ border:1px solid red; height:50%; width:50%; }   I am storing the class name in scope variable in my controller using   $scope.className = "haba-haba";   How can I assign $scope.className to my div as a class?   I...
I am trying to change the background color whenever someone inputs a '5' while using ng-class.  I am really new to AngularJS and just writing things to get the hang of it. Am I supposed to use an ng-if somewhere or have to change my CSS?  Als...

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