How can a web application detect a paste event and retrieve the data to be pasted?  I would like to remove HTML content before the text is pasted into a rich text editor.  Cleaning the text after being pasted afterwards works, but the problem is th...
How do you definitively detect whether or not the user has pressed the back button in the browser?   How do you enforce the use of an in-page back button inside a single page web application using a #URL system?   Why on earth don't browser bac...
Am using Below JS,but li onclick is not working on IE8 browser.  jsfiddle link :  http://jsfiddle.net/sudheera/DUZ3B/14/  HTML  <div class="primaryNav fl"> <ul id="hd_vertical" class="productNav">  <li id="...
If you have worked with JavaScript at any length you are aware that Internet Explorer does not implement the ECMAScript function for Array.prototype.indexOf() [including Internet Explorer 8]. It is not a huge problem, because you can extend the...
output in Chrome:  <div id="content" contenteditable="true" style="border:1px solid #000;width:500px;height:40px;">     hey     <div>what's up?</div> <div> <button id="insert_caret">...
I am going to play a devil's advocate for a moment. I have been always wondering why browser detection (as opposed to feature detection) is considered to be a flat out as a bad practise. If I test a certain version of certain browser and confir...
I know that the ECMA Script specification does not specify which algorithm to use for sorting arrays, nor does it specify whether the sort should be stable.  I've found this information for Firefox which specifies that firefox uses a stable sor...
I am trying to get into jquery/ajax and I can't even believe I can't get past this first test. I'm following an example I found at The Jquery API site and I followed it just about to a T.  I created a local folder on the desktop, and ad...
Solved  There's a lot of contradictory information on the web, regarding this subject. Thanks to @John, I managed to work out that the closures (as used below) aren't the cause of memory leaks, and that -even in IE8- they're not that co...
As detailed elsewhere, and otherwise apparently well-known, Internet Explorer (definitely version 7, and in some instances, version 8) do not implement key functions, in particular on Array (such as forEach, indexOf, etc).  There are a number of wor...

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