Is there a way in JS to get the entire HTML within the html tags, as a string?  document.documentElement.??...
I have this HTML code:  <html>   <head>     <script type="text/javascript">       function GetDoc(x)       {         return x.document ||           x.contentDocument ||           x.contentWindow.document;       }        fu...
I have project in which I need to create an <iframe> element using JavaScript and append it to the DOM. After that, I need to insert some content into the <iframe>. It's a widget that will be embedded in third-party websites.  I don...
I desperately need some help on this one.  I've created a <script> that closely parallels, and reproduces the problem of, another more complex <script> that I've written elsewhere.  Here's what it does:   creates an <iframe...
We're looking for ways to create a DOM document in javascript from a string, but without using Jquery. Is there a way to do so? [I would assume so, since Jquery can do it!]  For those curious, we can't use Jquery, becase we're doing this...
I'm trying to access the document object of a page that lives in an <iframe> from the host page. In other words, I have a page that has an <iframe> in it, and I want to use jQuery on that page (the parent page) to access the document...
I have a CSS stylesheet that uses media queries to change how a page is displayed based on how many inches it is in width (for instance, if it is smaller than 4 inches or being displayed on a handheld device, it assumes a more mobile-friendly LAF)....
I am wondering a little when I look at this code:  // Get the screen height and width var maskHeight = $(document).height(); var maskWidth = $(window).width();  ...  // Get the window height and width var winH = $(window).height(); var winW = $(windo...
When I used document.write after loading the body (via onclick event), it overwrites the entire body. I want this for what I'm trying to achieve. However, when I do it again, it simply adds on to the previous content. Why does it overwrite everyt...
Does binding an event on document have any performance concerns?  i.e:  $(document).on('mouseenter mouseleave', function(e){     if (e.type === 'mouseenter'){         $(this).find( //some element and do something...   Vs  $(".myEl...

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