I'm interested in using MutationObserver to detect if a certain HTML element is added anywhere in an HTML page. For example's sake, I'll say that I want to detect if any <li>'s are added anywhere in the DOM.  All the MutationO...
I do A/B Testing on our site and I do most of my work is in a JS file that is loaded at the top of the page before anything else is rendered but after jQuery has loaded which comes in handy at times.  Taking a very simple example of changing an H1...
How can I disconnect my mutation observer from its callback function? The changes are being observed as they should, but I would like to disconnect the observer after the first change. Since the observer variable is out of scope, it's not disconn...
is there a way, how to force mutation observer to ignore DOM changes cause by callback function?  Right now I have:  var config = { attributes: true, childList: true, characterData: true }; var target = document.body; var timer;  // create an observe...
I am trying to create my first streamgraph with D3.js.  I am starting with a working example which incorporates a tooltip from code posted on-line, http://bl.ocks.org/WillTurman/4631136:    When I copy the index.html and data.csv files to my PC (Wind...
So, I thought this was going to be pretty straight forward, there used to be a DOMNodeRemoved event, but that's deprecated, instead, MutationObserver should be used, the thing is, it doesn't fire, even whith the appropiate configuration.  Acc...
Is it possible to observer mutations on a DOM node that doesn't exist yet?  Example:  My app creates a div at some point: <div id="message" data-message-content="foo" data-message-type="bar" />.  I want to watch for...
AFAIK mutation observers are not available yet in IE. Chrome, Safari, Firefox have their implementations and its working its way through the standardization process. I'm wondering if anyone (preferably MS employee) knows the story with IE, or mig...
I am trying to check if new table row(s) <tr> were added to the table like this:  var myTab;e = $('#myTable tbody'); myTab.on("DOMSubtreeModified", function() {   console.log('Row added'); });    But this prints out to c...
I currently have the code:  $('.example').bind('DOMNodeInserted DOMNodeRemoved', function(event) {     .... });   Which works perfectly but it is not very efficient and has since deprecated. What is a better way to do this?  I have be...

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