I would like to collect all the <script> ....</script> code section present in the HTML page in some variable.   What should be the simpler way to do this, Any idea how it can be retrieved using JavaScript.??  Any help will be greatly app...
How can I parse HTML data from a website that uses JavaScript for some of its information. (Some JavaScript code constructs HTML code which I want to use.)   I couldn't find a way to get the HTML data including the HTML data that is loaded by Jav...
I have a problem with slow working regex, but only in case when the patter doesn't match. In all other cases performance are acceptable, even if patter matches in the end of text. I'am testing performance on 100KB text input.  What I am tryin...
I'm parsing an existing HTML table on a webpage into an array of numbers to later pass to a plot object.  I'm learning JavaScript and it is not clear how I am supposed to iterate over the data values in HTML tags.  This is what I've come...
I'm parsing a simple webpage using Cheerio and I was wandering if possible is follwing:  With a html of this structure:  <tr class="human">     <td class="event"><a>event1</a></td>     <td class=&#...
I have Win 7, 64 Bit, Firefox 32.0.1, Noscript running.  The following code only returns 199 nodes with aXML.getElementsByTagName("node"), whereas there are 300 in the parsed text, which is not well formed xml.   var atext = ''; for (...
Essentially what I need to do is to take a local grader.js file and then use it at the command line to input HTML, which will then output JSON data to the console to validate the existence of several HTML elements. The usage looks something like this...
I'd like to parse a string and make DOM tree out of it. I decided to use documentFragment API and I did this so far:  var htmlString ="Some really really complicated html string that only can be parsed by a real browser!"; var fragment =...

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