While I have gone through a lot of information on w3.org about Doctype and understand the different types of doctypes (Transitional, Strict, Frameset)  I am still not clear what is the actual use of using Doctype on pages?  I mean:   Is it to prevent...
I'm working on a Google Chrome extension that manipulates a webpage, but after it is either partially loaded (the DOM) or fully loaded (with images).  It seems that many sites nowadays use the   <!DOCTYPE html>   declaration, or some variat...
I am currently battling an IE JavaScript/DOM bug (what fun) and it has truly stumped me.  The code in question copies some checkboxes into a form and needs to maintain their checked state.  Problem is, IE (specifically IE8, though I'm guessing ot...
I'm having an issue where all versions of IE are rendering a single page on my site in Quirks mode. This page is opened in a new window by clicking a link:  <a href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="popUp();" target="popupWind...
I have created a little slider using jQuery UI, and it's works fantastically in Firefox, exactly as it should. However, in IE, it seems to put padding in between objects. Take a look and you'll see:  http://www.grant[deletethis]unwin.co.uk/sl...
Ok, this one is driving me crazy.  I have a html table with about 100 rows. I want the rows to change color when you move the mouse above it.  I tried :   :hover in CSS, onmouseover/onmouseout events in javascript jquery .hover  jquery .mouseover/.mo...
Suppose, as an example, the following exact test.html document, saved in UTF-8 encoding:  <html> <head>     <title>Test</title> </head> <body>     Test document. </body> </html>   How can I determine in...
I was wondering if there was just simply a way to detect if a doctype is present - preferably an HTML5 doctype only. I don't want to return it in a string or anything (though I have already tried this with similar questions being asked here, see...
I've created a small javascript Rich Text Editor, but when I open it in an iframe, the padding of certain objects are not correct. Here's an image of what it looks like from the source:   But, when I put it in the iframe and use this source,...
I have a div element that I'm trying, basically, to move wherever the user clicks on a canvas element.  I have a CSS style for the div setting the position to absolute, with an initial position (top,left).  I have javascript that captures the use...

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