Using pseudo classes

:button

Matches all button input elements and the button element:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery(('<div><input type="button"/>'
...          '<button></button></div>'))
>>> d(':button')
[<input>, <button>]

:checkbox

Matches all checkbox input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="checkbox"/></div>')
>>> d('input:checkbox')
[<input>]

:checked

Matches odd elements, zero-indexed:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input checked="checked"/></div>')
>>> d('input:checked')
[<input>]

:child

right is an immediate child of left

:contains()

Matches all elements that contain the given text

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><h1/><h1 class="title">title</h1></div>')
>>> d('h1:contains("title")')
[<h1.title>]

:descendant

right is a child, grand-child or further descendant of left

:disabled

Matches all elements that are disabled:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input disabled="disabled"/></div>')
>>> d('input:disabled')
[<input>]

:empty

Match all elements that do not contain other elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><h1><span>title</span></h1><h2/></div>')
>>> d(':empty')
[<h2>]

:enabled

Matches all elements that are enabled:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input value="foo" /></div>')
>>> d('input:enabled')
[<input>]

:eq()

Matches a single element by its index:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><h1 class="first"/><h1 class="last"/></div>')
>>> d('h1:eq(0)')
[<h1.first>]
>>> d('h1:eq(1)')
[<h1.last>]

:even

Matches even elements, zero-indexed:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><p></p><p class="last"></p></div>')
>>> d('p:even')
[<p>]

:file

Matches all input elements of type file:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="file"/></div>')
>>> d('input:file')
[<input>]

:first

Matches the first selected element:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><p class="first"></p><p></p></div>')
>>> d('p:first')
[<p.first>]

:gt()

Matches all elements with an index over the given one:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><h1 class="first"/><h1 class="last"/></div>')
>>> d('h1:gt(0)')
[<h1.last>]

:hidden

Matches all hidden input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="hidden"/></div>')
>>> d('input:hidden')
[<input>]

:image

Matches all image input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="image"/></div>')
>>> d('input:image')
[<input>]

:input

Matches all input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery(('<div><input type="file"/>'
...          '<textarea></textarea></div>'))
>>> d(':input')
[<input>, <textarea>]

:last

Matches the last selected element:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><p></p><p class="last"></p></div>')
>>> d('p:last')
[<p.last>]

:lt()

Matches all elements with an index below the given one:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><h1 class="first"/><h1 class="last"/></div>')
>>> d('h1:lt(1)')
[<h1.first>]

:odd

Matches odd elements, zero-indexed:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><p></p><p class="last"></p></div>')
>>> d('p:odd')
[<p.last>]

:parent

Match all elements that contain other elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><h1><span>title</span></h1><h1/></div>')
>>> d('h1:parent')
[<h1>]

:password

Matches all password input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="password"/></div>')
>>> d('input:password')
[<input>]

:pseudo

Translate a pseudo-element.

Defaults to not supporting pseudo-elements at all, but can be overridden by sub-classes

:radio

Matches all radio input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="radio"/></div>')
>>> d('input:radio')
[<input>]

:reset

Matches all reset input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="reset"/></div>')
>>> d('input:reset')
[<input>]

:selected

Matches all elements that are selected:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<select><option selected="selected"/></select>')
>>> d('option:selected')
[<option>]

:submit

Matches all submit input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="submit"/></div>')
>>> d('input:submit')
[<input>]

:text

Matches all text input elements:

>>> from pyquery import PyQuery
>>> d = PyQuery('<div><input type="text"/></div>')
>>> d('input:text')
[<input>]