I want to iterate over some DOM elements, I'm doing this:  document.getElementsByClassName( "myclass" ).forEach( function(element, index, array) {   //do stuff });   but I get an error: document.getElementsByClassName("myclass")...
I have looked through a number of similar questions but can not find a specific example of one that answers in vanilla JS how to add and remove a class to a different element from the one clicked on. I know it has something to do with setting up a lo...
With Twitter Bootstrap, the .carousel-inner style is preset as:  .carousel-inner {   position: relative;   width: 100%;   overflow: hidden; }   such that overflow: hidden; causes a dropup button to be cut-off on the right-side:  http://imageshack.us/...
I am writing code that can be applied to a webpage. I want to get the value of "A" as a variable. I have tried:  document.getElementById("inProgressGrade");   And  document.getElementsByClassName("b");   Here is the code I'...
what I am trying to achieve is set the text of a div tag to the name if its ID from javascript. I have tried this;   mydiv.getElementsByClassName("divDesign").innerHTML = document.getElementsByClassName("divDesign").getElementById;...
I have a little problem with my JS. I have several links with same onclick. My problem is when click on a link, the first onclick display.  My HTML  <li>     <a href="#" onclick="openRookie();" class="rookie">John...
I have a script that I'm running and I want to it to select all the ID's or Class's instead of just the first one.   <script type = "text/Javascript" >     function color(){         var d=document.getElementsByClassName("...
I want open certain links in a new tab. Since I can't set it directly into the <a> tag, I want to put the link into <span> tags with a certain class name and set the target attribute via JavaScript.  I thought this would be easy, but...

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