I thought I understood wel the "this" keyword until I saw this code :  <body>     <button onclick="go()">clic1</button>      <button id="btn">clic2</button>      <script>          function g...
Actually, we know dojo/request have a property "handleAs" that can handle about:   text json javascript xml   But how about if the response is a html fragment with javascript embedded? How to handle it?   I am having this problem quite while,...
In a hapi handler I try to set a header of my response earlier in the code before sending back a view.  reply().header('cache-control', 'no-cache');  {....}  reply.view('myView', myContext);   Do you I have to use the hold met...
I am a total newbie to JavaScript, trying to find my way on form validation. I have been reading books as well as online tutorials and I found the following code online that is, in my opinion, very elegant and maintainable. Unfortunately, my skills i...
What I am trying to implement is basically a "on ng repeat finished rendering" handler. I am able to detect when it is done but I can't figure out how to trigger a function from it.  Check the fiddle:http://jsfiddle.net/paulocoelho/BsMqq/...
Please help to fix my function,  store event of one element and delete them, then re-install;  I don't know where is the problem, the function will only delete the event of element and will not restore.  Please help to fix.  HTML  <a href="...
I am reading an xml file using javascript and then I need to submit my form so that it calls a particular method in my JSF handler. Usually this can be done on a jsp when user clicks a button by having an actionlistener like so:  <h:commandLink st...
I have multiple DOM elememts. When each one becomes visible within the window then I fire an animation on that element.  Each element registers the window scroll event to the same event handler, passing this handler the element's ID and an event-...
I know how to create an onclick event handler to run a script. I want to know if it is possible to have two hyper links in an html doc, and then click one that would trigger another ( I would assume via per onclick event handlers and DOM ID's etc...
I am making a web application with MQTT Paho Javascript (mqttws31.js).  in my onMessageArrived function I now define what message arrived by the following code:      var topic = message.destinationName;     var message = message.payloadString;     va...

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