How could I achieve the following:  document.all.regTitle.innerHTML = 'Hello World';   Using jQuery where regTitle is my div ID?...
I have been told not to append stuff using element.innerHTML += ... like this:  var str = "<div>hello world</div>"; var elm = document.getElementById("targetID");  elm.innerHTML += str; //not a good idea?   What is wrong...
Does anyone know how to get the HTML out of an IFRAME I have tried several different ways:  document.getElementById('iframe01').contentDocument.body.innerHTML document.frames['iframe01'].document.body.innerHTML document.getElementBy...
I need a way to append HTML to a container element without using innerHTML. The reason why I do not want to use innerHTML is because when it is use like this:  element.innerHTML += htmldata  It works by replacing all of the html first before adding...
Why doesn't the following work for me?  <script>     document.getElementById('lbltipAddedComment').innerHTML = 'Your tip has been submitted!'; </script> <label id="lbltipAddedComment"></label>...
Can I completely rely upon jQuery's html() method behaving identical to innerHTML? Is there any difference between innerHTML and jQuery's html() method? If these methods both do the same, can I use jQuery's html() method in place of inn...
quick question, i know we can change the content of a  <div id="whatEverId">hello one<div> by using:  document.getElementById("whatEverId").innerHTML="hello two";   now, is there a way I can ADD stuff to the div in...
I have a html form with some input fields.   Instead of reading and sending the values of input fields by document.ipForm.userName.value , I need to send the whole html content to html parser and extract the <name ,value> pair of each input fie...
I'm looking for a way to remove the entire content of a web page using pure Javascript -- no libraries.  I tried:  document.documentElement.innerHTML = "whatever";   but that doesn't work: it replaces the inside of the <html/> e...
I have a textarea with the the text Hello World. I would like to get the height of this text.  I've tried to use:  var element = document.getElementById('textarea'); var textHeight = element.innerHTML.offsetHeight;   and:  var textHeight...

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