Let's say I have the following code:  <html>   <head></head>   <body>    <div id="d">some text</div>    <script type="text/javascript">     var d = document.getElementByid('d');...
I'm working on a Chrome extension that will extract a plain text url from a selection, but the selection will always be a fraction of the url, so I need to scan left and right. I basically need to extract 500 characters around the selection from...
I have a div set up something like this:  <div id="test"> <p>Hello</p> <p style="display: none">Goodbye</p> </div>   EDIT: To clarify, this is the simplest example. The div could have any arbitrary...
I'm trying to get an element's innerText but Chrome returns an empty string because my element is hidden.  Firefox does not.  Is there a way to retrieve the innerText in Chrome even if the element is invisible?    console.log(document.querySe...
Since Firefox doesn't have innerText, I am using textContent to retrieve the text of the body of a document.  However, textContent returns anything within noscript and script tags that are in the body (and maybe other tags, I'm not thoroughly...
I would like to ask how - by Javascript - to change the label innerText of radio buttons (see code below) while not wiping out the input tag inside. Label innerText here means "Button-Label-X".  I've tried to diagnose the label style via...
I want to make an alert when a div's innerText changes:  myDiv.addEventListener("change", function() {     if (myDiv.innerText != "some text")         alert('innerText has changed.'); },false);   Does not work, please help...
My code is pretty much explain itself of what I'm about to get :  <div id=player>     <div class="button hand">&#9658;</div>     <div class=time>00:00/02:25</div>        <div class="timeline hand&#...
everyone!  I develope simple script and faced to with next problem: I try reassign element.innerText property inside callback function, but nothing happens.    <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head>     <meta charset=...
Say I have an element structure like so  <div>    This is direct text     <div>        This is text nested in a child element    </div> </div>   Is there a way to check the direct text content of the parent...

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