Implementing Active State in Navigation Elements

This code is typically used in web development to handle actions when a document is ready (loaded) and a specific element is clicked.
// This block of code runs when the document is ready (loaded)
$(‘ul li a’).click(function(){
// This block of code runs when a ‘ul li a’ element is clicked
// First, remove the “active” class from all ‘li a’ elements
$(‘li a’).removeClass(“active”);
// Then, add the “active” class to the clicked ‘a’ element
when any anchor (a) element inside a list item (li) inside an unordered list (ul) is clicked, this code removes the “active” class from all anchor elements inside list items and then adds the “active” class to the clicked anchor element. This is often used for navigation elements to highlight the active link.