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In this subject you can wrap a widget with the title outside but if you don't want a title, a <div> will not be closed, and the template is broken. So I would like to do this in jQuery instead of the widget function. I tried many times but it doesn't work!

My jsfiddle code here

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closed as off topic by Wyck, Chip Bennett, toscho Apr 10 '12 at 19:26

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Close-voted as off-topic. As currently written, this is a jQuery question, not a WordPress question. – Chip Bennett Apr 10 '12 at 17:11

I updated your jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/geertdd/gNzun/3/

var $widget = $('.widget');
$widget.wrapInner('<div class="inner_widget" />');

var $title = $('.widget_title').remove();
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