Is there any difference between these solutions?  Solution 1:    function doSomething(id, value) {   console.log(value);   //... } <input id="theId" value="test" onclick="doSomething(this.id, this.value)" />     ...and...
How do i add  css and  javascript file(s) on the backend?   I would like to use those files for custom created content elements in order to make them more appealing for the user.   System: TYPO3 v9  Mode: Composer Mode Target: Custom Content element...
Just as the questions asks how may I get the exact px height or width of an element when that element has style="width:100%; height:auto;" for example.  I may NOT nest it inside a div and get the height/width via so!  I'm guessing javascr...
Is there any way in jQuery to make an element stay at the same position as another element?  Say there is a textbox and a <span>. How would one let the <span> always overlap the textbox, i.e. have it bound at the same position? Also, when...
Is there a way to select an element by innerHTML without using loops? Can it be done using something like  document.querySelector('div[innerHTML="Sometext"]')   or  document.querySelector('div[textcontent="Sometext"]')...
I have an element grabbed from document.getElementById('the_id'). How can I get its next sibling and hide it? I tried this but it didn't work:  elem.nextSibling.style.display = 'none';   Firebug error was elem.nextSibling.style is...
I want to track ALL elements that are clicked on a HTML-page. I need a good way to reference exactly wich element was clicked (so I will be able to replay the clicks on a identical separate HTML-page later on).  Is there a good way to reference wich...
I'm looking for a way to find if element referenced in javascript has been inserted in the document.   Lets illustrate a case with following code:   var elem = document.createElement('div');  // Element has not been inserted in the docume...
i'm a little bit confused with this task I have an array like this: array = ["123", "456", "#123"] i want to find the element which contains the #. I used array.includes("#") and array.indexOf("#") but it d...
I am trying to remotely create an onclick for each div (to save typing time). Here is the window.onload function;  window.onload = function() {             divel = document.getElementsByTagName('div');             for(var el in divel){...

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