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What does &hellip mean/do(from Java Generics FAQ)?
That's an HTML entity; it stands for Horizontal Ellipsis. It looks like this: … (One symbol; not three separate dots) That means that their HTML is broken.

Categories : Java

InnerHtml not working with ASP
It is not working because the whole ASP page is not reloaded when you do your AJAX call, and therefore MyDiv is not being updated in your browser. You need to do something more like this: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { MyDiv.InnerHtml = "1=" + Request.Form.Count.ToString(); // WORKING if (Request.Form.Count > 0) { Response.Write(Request.Form.Count.ToString()); Response.End(); } } From a code-maintenance point of view, it would probably be better to write a special page or handler for receiving the ajax postbacks, but I'm just sticking with the one page for simplicity. And then add something like this to the settings parameter of your ajax call: success: function(data){ $("<%=MyDiv.ClientId%>").innerHTML =

Categories : Asp Net

Using AngularJS with innerHTML
It works for me document.getElementById('someStuff').innerHTML = "<div ng-controller='sheet'>{{stuff}}</div>"; $compile( document.getElementById('someStuff') )($scope);

Categories : Javascript

set innerHTML of div tag under li tag in javascript
Without having seen your full code, I bet your code is run before the DOM is ready. Since the browser parse your code from top to bottom and execute any JavaScript immediately, if your <script> tag is put before the actual <div> element you try to manipulate, in your source, then it won't find a match when you run document.getElementById() because at the time that piece of code is execute, the browser still doesn't know about the tag you declare further down the page. Try moving your script-element to the bottom of your page, just before your closing </body> tag. If you can't/don't want to move your JavaScript, then you would have to listen for the DOM-ready event the browser fires as soon as the DOM is ready, and execute the code when you know the DOM is ready.

Categories : Javascript

Style innerHTML
This is pretty interesting. It almost seems like when you have a style already loaded in the <style></style> tags it preserves it after you write to the .innerHTML of the <style> tag. However, each time you write to the .innerHTML it overwrites the whole thing. if in your third example you use += like as shown below, it should add both styles: var st=document.getElementsByTagName("style")[0]; st.innerHTML = ".red {color:red;}"; st.innerHTML += ".blue {color:blue;}";

Categories : Javascript

NaN assigned with innerHTML
Try starting as a numeric value <h1 id="fir">0</h1> <h2 id="sec">0</h2> You are suming the values before the timeouts, you should wrap your suming in a function and call it right after setting the values example: function applySUM() { var Sum = parseInt(document.getElementById('fir').innerHTML) + parseInt(document.getElementById('sec').innerHTML); ch1.innerHTML=Sum; //removed the timer to apply the calculation } setTimeout(function(){ x.innerHTML=Math.floor((Math.random()*10)+1); applySUM(); },1000); setTimeout(function(){ z.innerHTML=Math.floor((Math.random()*10)+1); applySUM(); },2000);

Categories : Javascript

add php code with innerHTML
No, the PHP will not be executed. PHP is executed server-side, while JavaScript is not executed until after the webpage has been loaded by the browser (client side), so it has no way to run the PHP (unless you're using a very odd browser).

Categories : PHP

how to get innerhtml using regex
This is becuase of .+ in your regex..Change it to .+? But you should NEVER use REGEX for parsing html.. Use an HTML PARSER and here's how to get div Why use parser? Consider your regex..There are infinite number of cases where you could break your code Your regex won't work if there are nested divs Some divs dont have an ending tag!(except XHTML) To summarize don't ever ever ever ever ever ever use regex for parsing html

Categories : Java

PHP echo in JS innerHTML
You need to treat .js files as PHP if you want to do that. Otherwise, in your PHP script, you can do the following... <script>var __GLOBAL_VAR = "<?php echo $string; ?>";</script> ... output of stuff ... <script src="js/scripts.js"></script> Then in your scripts.js, you can reference __GLOBAL_VAR - or whatever you want to name it.

Categories : PHP

innerHTML is not getting updated
This: in1.innerHtml = inHtm; Should be: id.innerHTML = inHtm; Your object is id not in1 and the property is innerHTML not innerHtml. Also I suggest using console.log() for degbugging instead of alert(). alerts are painful especially in loops, and with console.log() you can dump entire objects, whereas alert will just show "object". Corrected fiddle

Categories : Javascript

Getting the InnerHTML of a div that is being hovered over
How about something like this. I use something similar on another project. onmouseover="Javascript:ShowDeleteBox(this)" onmouseout="Javascript:HideDeleteBox(this)" var deleteText = ""; function ShowDeleteBox(this){ var position = $(this).position(); deleteText = this.innerHTML; $("#divDelete").html(result.d); $("#divDelete").css("display", "block"); $("#divDelete").css("top", position.top + 25).css("left", position.left); { function HideDeleteBox(){ $("#divDelete").css("display", "none"); } function DeleteEntry(){ //call code to delete from table here using the deleteText variable// } This is a hidden div that will hover <div id="divDelete" style="display:none"><a href="DeleteEntry()">X</a></div>

Categories : HTML

innerHTML += 'foobar' in jquery
I am trying to append instead of delete the inner HTML... Have you tried using append? $("#someDiv").append("foobar"); http://jsfiddle.net/jcx8j/

Categories : Jquery

innerHTML not working in any browser
you need to get the dom element, $(document.body) returns a jQuery wrapped element which does not have innerHTML property $(document.body).get(0).innerHTML = html; or simple document.body.innerHTML = html; using jQuery $('body').html(html) also it looks like the anonymous function is not called (function(){ var html = '<p>'; html += 'Hello World'; html += '</p>'; document.body.innerHTML = html; })() if you need to wait for dom ready then jQuery(function($){ var html = '<p>'; html += 'Hello World'; html += '</p>'; $('body').html(html) })

Categories : Javascript

Can't "print" with .innerHTML using a for loop
I think what you are trying to achieve can be done by this small change... document.getElementById("y").innerHTML += x[i] + "<br>"; Also it would be wiser to have "y" stored in a local variable rather than getting it every time. <script> var y = document.getElementById("y"); var x = ["First Element", "Second Element", "Third Element", "Fourth Element"]; function do() { y.innerHTML = ""; for (var i = 0; i < x.length; i++) { y.innerHTML += x[i] + "<br>"; } } </script>

Categories : Javascript

innerHTML and change color
chatTextBox.value = 'hi'; chatTextBox.style.color = 'red'; Now if you want to have many different colour text you cant use a textarea you'll have to use some kind of contenteditable element.

Categories : HTML

Ambiguity in innerHTML property
you can't have paragraphs inside paragraphs. try this: <div><p></p><p></p></div> <script> alert(document.getElementsByTagName("div")[0].innerHTML); </script>

Categories : Javascript

Why is it suggested to avoid .innerHTML?
innerHTML is a sledgehammer. It will blast away the contents of the selected DOM element and replace them with whatever happens to be assigned at the time. This leads to a number of HTML escaping and validation issues. More importantly, for pages where a large number of events are bound, using innerHTML to append another element will regenerate DOM elements, which means event bindings can get lost. There are also some issues regarding memory leaks in older versions of IE when elements are removed from the DOM. With all of that said, I'm not telling you that you shouldn't be using innerHTML. I use it all the time in jQuery when I use $(selector).html(). Sometimes a sledgehammer is the right tool for the job, and when events are delegated properly it won't matter how much the content is

Categories : Javascript

InnerHTML append instead of replacing
Assuming that htmlhttp.responseText is a node: document.getElementById("some_id").appendChild(xmlhttp.responseText); If you have only a string of HTML (which seems likely), then: var newElement = document.createElement('div'); newElement.innerHTML = xmlhttp.responseText; document.getElementById("some_id").appendChild(newElement); On the other hand, if you must append new elements from a string: // getting a reference to the relevant element we're adding to: var container = document.getElementById("some_id"), // creating a new element to contain the 'xmlhttp.responseText' newElement = document.createElement('div'); // setting the innerHTML of the 'newElement' to whatever 'xmlhttp.responseText' is: newElement.innerHTML = xmlhttp.responseText; /* (repeatedly) removing the firs

Categories : Javascript

How to get the innerHTML of nested nodes
Try this, assuming you're clicking on the image (if you want to trigger on the link instead, just change img to a): $('img').click(function () { console.log($(this).closest('tr').find('a').html()); }); However your HTML has an error (unclosed anchor). jsFiddle example

Categories : Jquery

innerHTML display 2 columns
If you are looking for more than one column, a table seems more appropriate than a ul. Otherwise you can add both items to each row (li) but the second values won't reliably match up vertically like a column.

Categories : Javascript

innerHTML not updating display
Is your script being executed before the document has finished loading? Then it won't find #listDiv because the div doesn't exist yet. I would check the javascript console output for errors and check if the following code doesn't return undefined: { ... console.log( document.getElementById('listDiv') ); }

Categories : Javascript

Angular JS: How to dynamicall add innerHTML of div tag
Create your radio buttons using ng-repeat. You must note that since ng-repeat create a child scope for each item, you need to use a nested property for your ng-model (in this example, result.selectedColor works, but selectedColor wouldn't. If you really don't want to use a nested property, your alternative would be to use $parent.selectedColor. I think the nested property is a better choice. <form name="myForm"> <div ng-repeat="color in colors"> <input type="radio" ng-model="result.selectedColor" value="{{color.value}}"> {{color.name}} <br/> </div> <tt>color = {{result.selectedColor}}</tt><br/> </form> Then just add this in your controller : $scope.result = {}; $scope.colors = [ {name:'red', value:'red'}, {name

Categories : Angularjs

mutationObserver - how to observe innerHTML?
Hi I think you need to add subtree: true in your options list. Have a look at https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/domcore/raw-file/tip/Overview.html#mutation-observers

Categories : Javascript

innerHTML is not displaying properly
Just change your button line in this way: <button onClick="test();return false;">Work</button> InnerHTML was working fine, but the default behaviour of the button was making a 'POST' request, making the page to refresh erasing the innerHtml changes. The return false statement disable this default behaviour making your code to work as it's supposed to do. It's tested and working. Hope It helps.

Categories : Javascript

copy innerHTML from one dropdownbox to another
You can easily do this with jquery Try this $('#SerK2').html($('#SerK1').html()); Try This Fiddle

Categories : Javascript

Javascript innerHTML not working in IE
It's a known bug: You can set the innerHTML of tables only when you create the table in IE. But document.createElement and other dom manipulations should work fine. Alternatively you could use a js lib for compatibility.

Categories : Javascript

Alternative to innerHTML for IE select box
IE doesn’t support updating the elements of a <select> with innerHTML, but what you can do is use the DOM, which is always the right way to go about things anyways. Make your server-side script return a JSON array of options; it’ll make everything a lot easier. ajaxRequest.onreadystatechange = function() { if(ajaxRequest.readyState === 4) { // Parse the response var options = eval('(' + ajaxRequest.responseText + ')'); // Get the box; I have no clue what this is var box = document.getElementById('llanguage[' + long_description_list_counter + ']'); // Clear any current elements while(box.childNodes.length > 0) { box.removeChild(box.firstChild); } // Add new ones for(var i = 0; i < op

Categories : PHP

'Cannot set property "innerHTML" of undefined'
You are not calling getElementById, you are attempting to index it. Since it is not an array and does not expose array-like behavior, the result is undefined. Replace your getElementById[spanId] with getElementById(spanId).

Categories : Javascript

I'm trying to get the innerHTML function in Javascript to work
You forgot to define "surface". var surfaceSPAN = document.getElementById("surface"); You can then do: surfaceSPAN.innerHTML = surface.toFixed(1); Do note that you cannot use the variable name "surface" twice in one script, as they would overrule eachother and you'd have no variable result.

Categories : Javascript

How to change font in innerHTML new window?
Add a CSS file <link href="your.css" ... /> Just like you're doing with your pwin.document.write sentence You should also write a full valid html code in the document.write, including html, title, head and body tags, and put the link inside the head tag, like you use to do in any other page.

Categories : HTML

Why isnt it finding the element's innerHTML?
You don't give details but I suspect your success callback is not even executing (i.e., the alert() is not firing) because the AJAX request is failing. Your code will possibly not work unless it's hosted at http://www.roblox.com. I can see the following error in the browser console: XMLHttpRequest cannot load http://www.roblox.com/User.aspx?ID=16. Origin http://test.local is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin. In Firebug, Chrome and recent IE you can open the console with F12. In Firefox you can use Ctrl+Shift+K.

Categories : Javascript

Broken HTML tags when using .innerHTML
Your code should work. Example here : http://jsfiddle.net/hqKVe/2/ The issue is probably that the content of page[nChar] has HTML chars escaped. The easiest solution is to use the html() function of jQuery (if you use jQuery). There a good example given by Canavar here : How to decode HTML entities using jQuery? If you are not using jQuery, you have to unescape the string by yourself. In practice, just do the opposite of what is described here : Fastest method to escape HTML tags as HTML entities?

Categories : Javascript

Can't Change the innerHTML of a Table Cell
innerHTML is not a method but a DOM attribute (officially called a DOMString). You should do: document.getElementById("header1").innerHTML = "<a id='headerLink1' href='#' onclick='selectColumn()'>Column 1</a>";

Categories : Javascript

How to get hidden InnerHtml of web page that set by javascript?
You could give HtmlAgilityPack a try and follow this answer. HtmlWeb webGet = new HtmlWeb(); HtmlAgilityPack.HtmlDocument doc = webGet.Load(url);

Categories : C#

how to add innerhtml to the specific ul of whose parent li is clicked?
Try binding click on $(document).ready(); Like $(document).ready( function(){ $('.overl').html(""); $('#chat ul li a').on('click', function (e) { $(this).parent().children('.chattng').children('.overl').html("Your message"); }); });

Categories : Javascript

One-line jQuery innerHtml swapper
Can't you just roll out your own swap function? function swapHTML(el1, el2) { var temp = $(el1).html(); $(el1).html($(el2).html()); $(el2).html(temp); } This way, you can just call this as many times as you want, as a one-liner with different parameters: swapHTML('el1', 'el2'); swapHTML('el3', 'el4'); ...

Categories : Jquery

InnerHtml AJAX : Javascript not working
When you use innerHTML, the script tags are not executed. If you use jquery, you can try $.html() instead of innerHTML. $.html() will automatically execute script tags.

Categories : Javascript

innerHTML tag option doesn't work in IE9
I solved my problem for each tag option i do: var opt = document.createElement('option'); opt.text = 'Santiago de Surco'; opt.value = 'santiagodesurco'; document.getElementById('dropdown3').options.add(opt); That way I fix the problem, so the code works in IE9.

Categories : Javascript

NotFoundError: DOM Exception 8 when substituting innerHTML
Problem here is the onblur is triggered twice, the second time, the element is not there which causes the problem. Kill the events var inline = document.getElementById("inline"); inline.onclick = function() { if (!inline.editable) { var text = inline.innerText; inline.innerHTML = "<input type='text' id='inline-editable'>"; inline.editable = true; var inline_editable = document.getElementById("inline-editable"); inline_editable.value = text; inline_editable.onblur = function() { this.onblur = function(){}; var value = this.value; inline.editable = false; inline.innerHTML = value; } inline_editable.onkeypress = function(event) { if (event.keyCode == 1

Categories : Javascript

Fading innerHTML, not full element
Fiddle. Does this fit your needs? You can just do this: HTML: <p class="toHide">jQuery</p> JS: $('.toHide').click(function(){ $(this).css('color', 'white'); }); If you want to use animation for colors, you have to include this plugin: https://github.com/jquery/jquery-color $('.toHide').click(function(){ $(this).animate{(color: 'white'), 50}; }); OR you can use toggleClass() with CSS transitions!! (This is the best option!!): $('.toHide').click(function(){ $(this).toggleClass('colorWhite'); });

Categories : Jquery



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