My first time ever trying to traverse directories, but stat is throwing errors for some of the directories due to what seems to be a lack of permission.  Error: EPERM: operation not permitted, stat 'K:\System Volume Information'  I'd like...
With reference to to an previous question of mine: link  I have an additional question, as follows:  I need the ability to start the "position" at a point within the tree. Users can select a node within the tree by way of a hash (e.g. #post9)...
I want to apply a special class to the two last list items in an unordered list with jQuery. Like this:  <ul> <li>Lorem</li> <li>ipsum</li> <li>dolor</li> <li class="special">sit</li> <...
Please have a look at the following code:  <HTML>     <HEAD>         <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.1/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>          <SCRIPT type="text/...
I'm looking for a way to gather all of the text in a jQuery wrapped set, but I need to create spaces between sibling nodes that have no text nodes between them.  For example, consider this HTML:  <div>   <ul>     <li>List item #...
I have a HTML markup like this:  <p>   <label>Arrive</label>   <input id="from-date1" class="from-date calender" type="text" /> </p>  <p>   <label>Depart</label>   <input id=&...
One of the common patterns I've come across in my many years of coding is the structuring/binding of the data coming from the server response (XMLHttpRequest). This problem of creating elements and appending them in a particular order as well as...
I'm trying to navigate through a JSON object for the first time recursively, and the code when running through the debugger appears to work up until it tries to return the object when I have found the groupId that I am looking for. This is the er...
I think I have a basic understanding of DOM traversal, but I doubt I'm doing it efficiently.    For example:  <textarea name="description"></textarea> <p class="notes"><small>100 characters or less <span...
Imagine I have following table:  <table> <tr> <td id="1">1</td> <td id="2">2</td> <td id="3">3</td> </tr>  <tr> <td id="4">4</td> <td id="5...

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