I have a problem with the click()-function from jquery. I create a <a>-element with document.createElement('a') and want call the click()-function about this element. About this element, I want to create an Excel-file and save this at t...
I'm getting a JSON element and building a list from its items like this:  getTitles: function(data) {     data = data || {};     var list = [];      $.getJSON(         '/titles',         data,         function(data) {             $.each(d...
I have a piece of JavaScript that dynamically creates an A tag inside of an existing div and then calls the jQuery function "click" on it. This works as intended in all browsers except Safari.  Safari returns the following error:      'un...
How would you trigger a click event from an element that supposedly does not have native clickable behaviours?  For example, I know that you could simply just use the following:  document.getElementById('x').click();   But what happens if ...
I have this code that when icon-edit span is clicked, it fires an action that opens a modal, however, at the same time, the click propagates to the view below it (personView). I want the action to execute and stop the propagation.  The only solution...
I have a page with a few links that are all like this:  <a href="/" class="answer-item" rel="0">10</a>   I would like to use the click() function to simulate a user's click on one of them, but it doesn't se...
Disclaimer: I am trying to learn javascript. I am not a clever man.   So, I made a Jquery image slider. And I was proud. It works. It loads images, and it displays them one-after-another, day-in, day-out. Life was good.  Then I wanted to add navigati...
The code can probably explain this better than I can:  <div class="wrapper">     <div class="inner1"></div>     <div class="inner2"></div> </div>  <script> $('div').click(funct...
I have asked a similar question but didn’t get a real satisfying answer, so I will try again here. When I use code like this:  $("#element")   .on( 'click', function() {                     // do something                 } )...

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