I set up an simple experiment out of curiosity:   I dynamically generated a div with the class box before attaching a click listener to it with JQuery. I then created a duplicate of this, except this time, I added a timeout of zero before the box ele...
I'm making a non-jQuery-dependent plugin which, to play nicely with various existing popular jQuery features and plugins, must execute a function after the end of the DOM has been reached, but not after the execution of anything later queued usin...
I need to execute multiple functions one after another in fixed time intervals, thus using setTimeout. I want to ensure that I understand how it executes. I have following logic:  setTimeout(function() {   //Execute first function }, 200);  setTimeou...
I have a wordpress page. I have a number of links which go to PayPalObjects. PayPalObjects requires that you put code in the footer of the page with triggers to IDs for the  elements which trigger a purchase. eg...  <a id="buysong_4" targe...
I don't often see talk or research on JavaScript file loading/executing order. I'm interested in sites explaining how JavaScript is being handled. In particular, if I have  <script src="a.js"></script> <script src="...
Are you able to halt JavaScript execution without locking up the browser? The way you would normally halt execution is to do an infinite while()-loop, but in the case of FireFox, it locks up the browser until the loop has ended.  What's your take...
I've only found rather complicated answers involving classes, event handlers and callbacks (which seem to me to be a somewhat sledgehammer approach). I think callbacks may be useful but I cant seem to apply these in the simplest context. See this...
Here is what I've got right now...  I have a web page that when accessed, it connects to surveygizmo.com via their open API, retreives a whole lot of data, and then returns that data to me for processing on my end. This process takes roughly 10-1...
There is some problem code in a website I don't have source access to. Upon loading the page, something goes wrong (in my version of Win and FF at least) such that ajax calls are made repeatedly instead of just once. This quickly locks me out...
When somebody inserts some javascript in a webpage using selenium's JavascriptExecutor object and executes it, where does this javascript code go and how does it run?   I mean does it sit in the page forever(until the page is reloaded) or it is e...

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