How to wrap or label all divs like files in opertaing systems (jQuery) [closed]

Tags: javascript,jquery,html,css

Problem :

How can I wrap all divs of HTML in this way that the title attributes of them gets labeled below just like files or directories in operating systems in CSS, JS or jQuery?

I am new to these so please I need a little explanation too.


Solution :

You can use the attr function to get the title:


And jQuery's wrap function


Here is an example:

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