I tried to use document.querySelectorAll(), but IE8 throw error, that      Object doesn't support this property or method   var titleCheckBox = document.querySelectorAll("");   Here http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/w3c_core.html#t13 writte...
XPath can do everything querySelector can do, and more, so when would you ever choose the latter? I haven't seen any speed benchmarks comparing the two, so right now I'm choosing based on syntax conciseness, which seems kind of arbitrary.  Ed...
I have selected a specific class via .querySelectorAll:  var hit3 = document.querySelectorAll(".lattern.hit-3 .circle");   I am now trying to target and adjust a .style.visibility attribut on this element, by doing the following:  hit3.style....
I have a <div> and a <video> that both have the same id:  <div id="id1">     Some content </div> <video id="id1">     <source></source> </video>   It is not possible for me to change the...
I'm getting grey haired here because I can't get this clock to display on my SPA. I'm haveing a clock that should be displayed on the page but I can't seem to get it right. I have tried the things we were taught at the course but I ca...
How can I place many pseudo selectors inside the native Javascript querySelectorAll()?  Example: I want to search for an element with an id that starts with [id^=starting]  and ends with [id$=ending]. (Couldn't find existing question so making my...
I am using the modals found here on Codrops.  These modals have one close button (also closes when you click outside the modal), but I want to add more. The JavaScript is below:  var ModalEffects = (function() {      function init() {          var ov...
Reference answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/38399344/5132413  Please refer my question and the answer linked above works only in Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.  I did some research and found that it (case insensitivity flag) isn't compatible. I ne...
I need to check if the value of multiple textareas is equal to the property name of this object :  function make_test(name, job, ID) {   test = {};   test.name = name;   test.job = job;   test.ID = ID;   return test; }   new make_test("Paul",...
I have a variable which is a node from the dom. I've managed to get all the way down to close to where I want to be:  myvar.querySelector('.tblItinPriceSummary tr')   Gives me this:  <tr>     <td>Subtotal</td>     <td...

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