well, I am more of a PHP person, and my JS skills are close to none when it comes to any JS other than simple design related operations , so excuse me if I am asking the obvious .  the following operations would be a breeze in PHP (and might also be...
I would like to check if any div contains all words entered in an input field. However, currently I am stuck in a situation that as soon as a space is entered, it starts all over, and thus sort of acts like an OR operator instead of an AND operator....
I need to hide a div if the url of the page contains a certain word. Thanks to this site I have been able to successfully find if the url contains the word. This code works:  <script type="text/javascript"> if (window.location.href.inde...
I should get an "alert" in the following case, but I am not getting any "alert". I am trying a simple example of jQuery.Contains().  <html>     <head>         <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery...
I've been trying to hide divs that contain  particular string using the other solutions suggested on this site, however none worked (most likely due to my inexperience with jQuery)   I'd like to completely hide all divs that (in this example)...
I'm using Karma/Jasmine to test a given class. I need to test that an array contains an object with a given property, i.e. I don't want to specify the whole object (it is rather large and the test would become less maintainable if I had to)....
I need to check if an array contains another array. The order of the subarray is important but the actual offset it not important. It looks something like this:   var master = [12, 44, 22, 66, 222, 777, 22, 22, 22, 6, 77, 3];   var sub = [777, 22, 22...
i am trying to use my keyboard to click on a button using the id.   For some buttons i had to set the ID, which actually works. But as soon as i try to use the keyboard for the buttons where i set the id, it won't work.  I am not getting any erro...
How can I check if a div contains a certain word?  var divs= document.getElementsByTagName('div'); for (var i = 0, len = divs.length; i < len; ++i) {      if (divs[i].text = '*word*'){     //do somthing } }   doesn't work....

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