I am pretty proficient with coding, but now and then I come across code that seems to do basically the same thing. My main question here is, why would you use .append() rather then .after() or vice verses?   I have been looking and cannot seem to f...
Let's say we have this markup:  <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf8" /> <title>project.js</title> <script src="project.js"></script> <script>  </script> <...
Assuming I have an array that has a size of N (where N > 0), is there a more efficient way of prepending to the array that would not require O(N + 1) steps?  In code, essentially, what I currently am doing is  function prependArray(value, oldArray...
I have the following HTML code:  <div class="container">     <div><div>...</div><a class="child" href="#">Example</a></div>..</div></div> </div> <div class="co...
I am trying to add a prepend of an image and then define it's attributes. Little confused as how to do this - currently I have the following but it's not working. The HTML is  <div id="testID" class="test1">         <...
I have the 2 ul with set of list.I want to append the item  of 2nd list in the first list as shown   List 1 <ul class="thumbicon"> <!-- need to append the class 'flex-direction-nav' -->    <!-- append prev li -->...
I'm looking to prepend what a user enters into the "typetextbox" onto the "messagebox" UL.   HTML code:  <ul id="messagebox"> <li></li> </ul>  <div> <input type="text" id="typet...
I have a function which I copy from internet. It is working properly on load but when I add elements using prepend() spans on which function was already working start to blink I have add this to jsfiddle Please have a look any help will be appreciate...
I've searched and searched and can't seem to find an answer to this so please forgive me if I'm asking a question that's already been answered.  I use Tampermonkey for Chrome. It's the Chrome version of Greasemonkey. I'm a fre...

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