Working on an idea for a simple HTMLElement wrapper I stumbled upon the following for Internet Explorer and Chrome:  For a given HTMLElement with ID in the DOM tree, it is possible to retrieve the div using its ID as the variable name. So for a di...
All browsers I've come to work with allow accessing an element with id="myDiv" by simply writing:  myDiv   See here: http://jsfiddle.net/L91q54Lt/  Anyway, this method seems to be quite poorly documented, and in fact, the sources I come...
I've been looking for an answer to this question but I could find none so I thought I'd try StackOverflow.  In javascript, is this valid:  x = document.getElementById('myId'); y = x.getElementById('mySecondId');  I know this...
I have an XHTML page where each HTML element has a unique custom attribute, like this:  <div class="logo" tokenid="14"></div>   I need a way to find this element by ID, similar to document.getElementById(), but instead of...
On my page I am changing some css styles via javascript. When I try and pull a value that has been inherited - it comes up blank. Consider the following:      .Sliding     {         display: none;         overflow: hidden;     }      .Sliding #Filter...
I currently have this Javascript in a file named getresults.js:  function getItems(str) { if (str=="")   {   document.getElementById("getItems").innerHTML="";   return;   } if (window.XMLHttpRequest)   {// code for IE7+, Firef...
I've got this <iFrame> [name="data"] with a page displaying a <span>, with id="weergave_percentage". I want to get the numbers from that span into a javascript function. I currently made this, but it returns: null  var...
I am trying to write a simple form on HTML/Javascript where I type in a number, adds one and then displays it. I got it working but it was concatenating the one instead of adding it. I used the parseInt(), but it is showing "Nan". Any suggest...

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