I have JavaScript that is doing activity periodically. When the user is not looking at the site (i.e., the window or tab does not have focus), it'd be nice to not run.  Is there a way to do this using JavaScript?  My reference point: Gmail Chat...
I've tried $('#field').focus(), and any other method found on the internet. Nothing worked. I have a simple html that reproduces the problem.  <!DOCTYPE html>  <html>      <head>          <script type="text/javasc...
Let’s say I have this markup:  <div id="content">   <div id="firstP"><p>First paragraph</p></div>   <div id="secondP"><p>Second paragraph</p></div>   <div id="thir...
In jquery I've appended a <li> element to an unordered list.  How do I focus on the newly created <li> ?  If I do the following:  $("ul").append('<li><input type="text" value="Hi!"></li>&#...
Basically I need to create a textarea that is character limited, but will have a single word at the beginning, that they can't change.  It needs to be a part of the textarea, but I don't want users to be able to remove it or edit it.  I was t...
I came across a very strange behaviour on Chrome which seems like a bug to me: when you click a link, the link does not receive the focus. Worse, the body takes the focus instead.  This behaviour can be observed here: http://jsfiddle.net/YfbR7/4/ (se...
I have a jquery ui dialog with tabs loaded dynamically/JSON with content. Due to the complexity, I can't really post a fiddle or a relevant code (too much code).  What's happening is that when the dialog opens, you can tab through the element...
I am working with Gxt. I need to set focus to the first enabled field on the page. But I have a lot of pages and I want to centralize that behaviour. There is a lack of documentation in Gxt so I wonder if somebody has met such a problem and can help...
I'd like to find the currently focused element in the whole document. I tried using the :focus pseudoclass introduced with jQuery 1.6:  $(document).find(":focus")   But $(document).find(":focus").length always returns 0...
I want to replace a html element with jQuery's load method and want to focus an input element within the loaded elements with the class .focus. It is possible that there is more than one element with the class .focus, so it is important to select...

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