I'm running over all textnodes of my DOM and check if the nodeValue contains a certain string.  /html/body//text()[contains(.,'test')]   This is case sensitive. However, I also want to catch Test, TEST oder TesT. Is that possible with X...
I helped a friend out by doing a little web work for him. Part of what he needed was an easy way to change a couple pieces of text on his site. Rather than having him edit the HTML I decided to provide an XML file with the messages in it and I used...
I'm using jQuery to parse some XML, like so:  function enumOptions(xml) {    $(xml).find("animal").each(function(){          alert($(this).text());    }); }  enumOptions("<root><animal>cow</animal><animal>squ...
I'm wondering, is it possible to create an XML file with some data in Javascript? I have the data stored in variables.   I've googled around a bit and it doesn't seem like it's talked about much. I thought i could use XMLWriter such...
In HTML I can build a simple templating system by providing a template in form of a string, replace some parts of it and then assign it using innerHTML to some container.  var templ = '<span>{myText}</span>' var newContent = tem...
I want to use JavaScript to show my XSLT, but on my server nothing is showing up in the browser.  <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html> <head> <script type="text/javascript" src=...
I am new to Stack OverFlow and coding in general. I am trying to take an XML file and render it in the browser using JavaScript. I have looked around at some sample code of how to do this and came up with the following code:  <!DOCTYPE html> &l...
I'm trying to making a weather app that displays the weather and the temperature of many days of the week. I'm currently using openweathermap api for such task, the thing is that the information that I want (that is the date of the weather) o...
I am aware of this question already existing, but it has given me no luck.  I have an application which loads a physicial XML document via the following method:  jQuery.ajax({     type: "GET",     url: fileName,     dataType: "xml",...
I'm trying to get the contents of a XML document element, but the element has a colon in it's name.  This line works for every element but the ones with a colon in the name:  $(this).find("geo:lat").text();   I assume that the colon n...

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