Using node v.0.10.29, Express v4.12.0, and xmldom v0.1.19, I'm trying to do the following:  Steps   Read an XML file into a string Convert the string into an XML object using xmldom Set the <name>default</name> field to <name>te...
I have been tasked with fixing up an old site to make it compatible with modern browsers. There are some 3rd party controls that are giving me some fits though, and I am not going to pay to get the latest versions of these controls. One of these old...
I have Win 7, 64 Bit, Firefox 32.0.1, Noscript running.  The following code only returns 199 nodes with aXML.getElementsByTagName("node"), whereas there are 300 in the parsed text, which is not well formed xml.   var atext = ''; for (...
Why does the following use of DOMParser result in HTML different than the HTML used as input? It removes the whitespace between the DOCTYPE and the top-level element, removes the whitespace between the document element and head, and adds a newline be...
The DOM that results from DOMParser.parseFromString() does not appear to be exactly the same as the DOM that is created by the browser (chrome) given the same string, in particular, concerning the rendering of <BR> tags.  If we create a <DIV...
Does DOMParser always returns normalized document?  Spec says:     The parseFromString(str, type) method must run these steps, depending on type: "text/html": Parse str with an HTML parser, and return the newly created Document. (...)   I cou...
I am developing an extension which needs to take the HTML of an external website and looks for all the downloadable links. The code I have written works... but only sometimes, because during the parse process, a lot of the websites makes the parser t...
Given a fetched html page, I want to find the specific node that contains a portion of text. The hard way I guess it would be to iterate to all the nodes one by one, getting as deep as it goes, and for each case do a search with e.g. .includes()  But...
I'm trying to take XML and append it to an element however regardless of how I do this (appendChild, insertBefore, replaceChild etc) I keep receiving errors in all browsers including the latest versions.  Here is the relevant code...  var s = ...
Good afternoon. Although logging to the console produces the desired result... logging the final array shows that only the last child has been pushed into the loop.   What am I misunderstanding about the scope of this object variable?  let arr = [];...

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