JQuery: Chainable If-Else Statement

To add chainable if-else statements to your JQuery library add the following to your standard include file.

Single If-Else: calls a single function if true

jQuery.fn.sif = function(state, trueFunc) { if (state) { trueFunc; }

Double If-Else: with 2 potential function calls, one if true, the other if false.

jQuery.fn.dif = function(state, trueFunc, falseFunc) { if (state) { trueFunc; } else { falseFunc; }

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