How do I select the first div in these divs (the one with id=div1) using first child selectors?   <div class="alldivs">    <div class="onediv" id="div1">    </div>    <div class="onediv" id="...
I need to get all the direct children of an element. As it is here:  <div class='1'>     <div class='2'>         <div class='3'></div>     </div>     <div class='2'></div> <...
I'm trying to wrap a range of children elements in div in order to manipulate them in groups; trying to position each group in a different place. The scenario is that I have a list randomly generating li tags and no matter how many appear I need...
I am trying to add a simple delay to a mouseover event of a child and having difficulties. (Still learning!)  This enables me to show the popup after a delay, but shows all of them simultaneously:  onmouseover='setTimeout(function() { $(\".sk...
I'm having trouble getting a selector to work properly.  I have this HTML:  <div.wrapper>     <div.ui-controlgroup-controls>         <form>             <div.ui-btn></div>         </form>         <div.ui-btn&...
I have some code that works fine but it's become too slow:  HTML:   I have a container that contains about 50 ul elements. Each ul element has a h4 heading followed by a series of li elements. The function hides the heading if no line elements ar...
How can I get all names from this object?  var familyTree = {name: 'Alex',     children:[         {name: 'Ricky',              children:'[...]'}         {name: 'John',              children:[{name: 'Tom',...
I was wondering, JavaScript offers a variety of methods to get the first child element from any element, but which is the best? By best, I mean: most cross-browser compatible, fastest, most comprehensive and predictable when it comes to behaviour. A...
How do I get the text of an element without the children? Neither element.textContent nor element.innerText seem to be working.  HTML:  <body> <h1>Test Heading</h1> <div> Awesome video and music. Thumbs way up. Love it. Happy...
When delegating events using .on how do I target child elements:  I have tried: childSelector =   >* >:nth-child(n)   But nothing is selected when I start with >.  $(selector).on(event, childSelector, handler);   Sometimes I want to target a...

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