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Toggle href/attribute value using jQuery
From your code Just use .wwd-extra-content-trigger $('.wwd-extra-content-trigger').click(function(e) { $(this).attr('href',$(this).attr('href') == '#wwd-extra-content' ? '#wwd-section' : '#wwd-extra-content'); });

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jQuery HTML to JSON, including href attribute
Use $.parseJSON() and $.each() from the jQuery framework. Here an exemple : $(document).ready(function () { var jsonp = '[{"Lang":"jQuery","ID":"1"},{"Lang":"C#","ID":"2"}]'; var lang = ''; var obj = $.parseJSON(jsonp); $.each(obj, function () { lang += this['Lang'] + "<br/>"; }); $('span').html(lang); });​ ​

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jQuery Tooltip that doesn't use the attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You can try twitter bootstrap popover, and you can customize the css. have a look into it. http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/javascript.html#popovers</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17815667/jquery-append-closes-the-tag-with-in-the-multiline-title-att"><b>jQuery .append closes the tag with in the multiline title attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>replace <br/> with <br> in HTML5 you don't need to close br tag working Demo http://jsfiddle.net/cse_tushar/DP9uc/14/ var title = "Roger A Famz <br> 213 Wood Ave <br> Middletown <br/> NY"; var myHtml = "<tr><th>Column 1</th>" + "<th id='something' class='someclass' title='" + title + "'>Roger A Famz </th></tr>"; $("#tab1").append(myHtml); </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17093668/how-to-apply-custom-css-to-the-title-attribute-of-textbox-us"><b>How to apply custom css to the title attribute of textbox using jquery</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You can use jQuery UI Tooltip to achieve that. See demo here. Example HTML: <p> <label for="age">Age:</label> <input id="age" title="We ask for your age only for statistical purposes." /> </p> Applied style: .ui-tooltip { background: green; border: 2px solid white; color: white; } Requred JavaScript (to activate tooltip): $(function () { $(document).tooltip(); }); Don't forget to import the necessary scripts (and desired CSS themes): <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.3/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css" /> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.9.1.js"></script> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.3/jquery-ui.js"></script> </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18417196/collecting-entity-attribute-values-with-null-for-missing-att"><b>Collecting entity attribute values with null for missing attributes in SQL</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>An outer join will do this: select p.*, pa.value from person p left join person_attributes pa on p.id = pa.person_id and pa.attribute = 'hair'; Note that the condition for the "outer joined" table needs to go into the JOIN clause, not into the where clause. If the condition was in the where clause it would effectively turn the outer join into an inner join. This is because pa.attribute would be null due to the outer join, and the where would not match the null value thus eliminating all the rows that should actually stay in the result. SQFiddle based on your example: http://sqlfiddle.com/#!12/d0342/1</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/sql/13128/1'>SQL</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17475409/make-twitter-s-bootstrap-2-x-popover-use-the-default-popover"><b>Make Twitter's Bootstrap 2.x Popover use the default Popover title instead of that in the html title attribute?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>As http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/javascript.html#popovers (default title value if title attribute isn't present) tells you: you can only set the title if your element has an empty or none title attribute. When the title option is set to a string it is evaluated on document ready. Using a function here (evaluate on trigger) still won't work. Popovers is an extension of the tooltip class. It's constructor calls fixTitle(). fixTitle() moves the content from the title-attribute to the data-orginal-title attribute. Cause this is done before the call to setTitle() you can't use the title function. To solve your problem overrule the fixTitle() of the popover class: $.fn.popover.Constructor.prototype.fixTitle = function () { return; } Now popover will ignore (your title attribute) and u</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/twitter/14307/1'>Twitter</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18192960/send-page-title-page-url-link-title-and-link-href-with-ajax"><b>Send page title, page URL, link title and link href, with Ajax</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>I would write it like this: $("a").click(function () { $.post( 'http://counter:8888/sts/click.php', { id: $(this).data("linkid"), htmltitle: (document.title + " <br/> " + '(' + document.location.href + ')'), clicktitle: $(this).attr("title") + " <br/> (" + $this.attr("href") + ")"; }); }); And then do my markup like this: <a href="http://google.com" data-linkid="1" title="google1">google 1</a> <a href="http://fb.com" data-linkid="2" title="fb 2">fb 2</a> </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17898000/jquery-ready-not-getting-called-from-within-greasemonkey-scr"><b>jQuery .ready not getting called from within Greasemonkey script</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>The alert doesn't fire for two reasons: The browser is redirected from www.ted.com to www.youtube.com right away -- long before the ready event can fire on ted.com. The script is not set to fire on youtube.com at all. If you want the script to fire on both domains, adjust the @include (or @match) directives and then use checks like: if (location.hostname == "www.ted.com") { var url = window.location.href; var talk_name = url.split("/").pop(); talk_name = talk_name.substring(0, talk_name.lastIndexOf('.html')); var youtube_search_url = 'http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector/search?query=' + talk_name; window.location.href = youtube_search_url; } to alter the script's behavior, per domain. Because @grant none is used, the GM script's jQuery c</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18546180/can-latest-tampermonkey-greasemonkey-still-not-use-jquery-aj"><b>Can latest Tampermonkey / Greasemonkey still not use jQuery AJAX?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>jQuery AJAX works fine with Tampermonkey and Greasemonkey, with only one limitation compared to jQuery use in a web page. For example, this cross-origin script works in both Tampermonkey and Greasemonkey: // ==UserScript== // @name _Demonstrate jQuery AJAX from Tampermonkey // @include http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18546180/* // @require http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.3/jquery.min.js // @grant GM_addStyle // ==/UserScript== /*- The @grant directive is needed to work around a design change introduced in GM 1.0. It restores the sandbox. */ $.ajax ( { type: 'GET', url: 'https://api.stackexchange.com/2.1/users/621338?site=stackoverflow&filter=!)2R0ltXnW6.fyPDiHJm', dataType: 'JSON', success: function (apiJson) { </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17277883/retrieve-href-attribute"><b>Retrieve href attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Start using classes (you shouldn't have the same ID multiple times, it will cause issues) also, pass in this as an argument: <a class="show" href="monlien1" onclick="show(this)"> Facebook</a> <a class="show" href="monlien2" onclick="show(this)"> Twitter</a> <a class="show" href="monlien3" onclick="show(this)"> Google</a> function show(obj) { var lien = obj.href; alert(''+lien+''); } Edit: Thanks @FelixKling -- the equivalent to $('#show').attr('href') is obj.getAttribute('href'). obj.href will return a full URL not the actual value of the href attribute.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18215201/href-attribute-not-working"><b>href attribute not working</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote><a id="Change" href="#">Click to change</a> <a href="image1_big.png" class="maneA blade"> <img id="maneP" src="image1.png"/></a> This one should work. I just removed the return false statement $(function() { $('#Change').click(function(){ $("#maneP").attr('src',"image2.png"); $(".maneA").attr('href',"image2_big.png"); var href = $(".maneA").attr('href'); alert(href); }); }); http://jsfiddle.net/UwVRX/</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17811909/slidify-layouts-title-only-title-and-body-title-and-two-cols"><b>slidify layouts: title-only, title-and-body, title-and-two-cols, title caption, and blank</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Slide layouts are mustache templates that can make use of objects returned by the parser. You can find a list of objects returned by the parser here. Coming to the question raised, here is how one would go about building the layouts for the slides. Title Only <slide class="segue nobackground {{ slide.class }}" id="{{ slide.id }}"> <hgroup> {{{ slide.header }}} </hgroup> </slide> The two column layout inherits from the parent layout, and the column widths are configurable. Two Columns --- layout: slide replace: slide.content --- {{{ slide.content }}} <div class='left' style='float:left;width:{{{ slide.left.w }}}'> {{{ slide.left.html }}} </div> <div class='right' style='float:right;width:{{{ slide.right.w }}}'> {{{ slide.right</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/r/11378/1'>R</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18684791/xpath-cutting-off-href-attribute"><b>XPath cutting off href attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>I think your xpath is not correct. Here's a spider that prints all Bulletin links on the page: from scrapy.spider import BaseSpider from scrapy.selector import HtmlXPathSelector class MySpider(BaseSpider): name = "ashp" allowed_domains = ["ashp.org"] start_urls = ["http://ashp.org/menu/DrugShortages/CurrentShortages"] def parse(self, response): hxs = HtmlXPathSelector(response) links = hxs.select("//div[@id='Mid_3Col']/div/table/tr/td/a") for link in links: title = link.select("text()").extract()[0] link = link.select("@href").extract()[0] print title, link Output: Acetazolamide Injection /DrugShortages/Current/Bulletin.aspx?id=463 Acetylcysteine Inhalation Solution /DrugShortages/Current/Bulletin.aspx?</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/python/11169/1'>Python</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17200389/how-to-use-the-href-attribute-in-django-templates"><b>how to use the href attribute in django templates</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Add / at start in href: <a href="/appname/detail/{{ job.id }}/">{{ job.name }}</a> And for the url tag to work you need to do it like this: <a href="{% url 'appname.views.detail' jobID=job.id %}">{{ job.name }}</a> </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/python/11169/1'>Python</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17155135/how-can-the-value-of-an-href-attribute-be-changed-using-java"><b>how can the value of an href attribute be changed using javascript/css?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Put an id on it, e.g. <a id="the_a_tag" href="...">...</a> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ then the JS is simply document.getElementById('the_a_tag').href = 'new address goes here'; as long as you put the javascript AFTER the relevant HTML. And note: CSS is for presentation only. With a few exceptions, it cannot affect the content of document elements, merely how they appear (color/size/position/etc...).</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17898026/how-to-use-href-attribute-in-lists-ol-ul-using-html5-"><b>How to use href attribute in lists (OL, UL) using HTML5?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>HTML syntax does not allow the href attribute for li elements at all, only for a specific set of elements (such as link and a). Browsers ignore it if you try to use it, except that they do add the attribute into the DOM (but only as accessible via getAttribute, not as mapped to a property of the element node), so that you could use it client-side scripting, but that’s not advisable (use data-* attributes instead for such things). So it can’t be done. What did you expect the href attribute to do? To turn the element to a link? The closest equivalent would be to use an <a href=...> element inside the li element, so that it contains all content you have there now, e.g. <li class="person-type-one" title="People with type one."> <a href="/ff/pf/add/"> <label for="id_p</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/html/6148/1'>HTML</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18598703/how-to-make-a-string-safe-for-an-href-attribute-using-php-"><b>How to make a string safe for an href attribute using PHP?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>you can use the php function to validate urls $url = "http://google.com"; if (filter_var($url, FILTER_VALIDATE_URL)) { echo "URL is valid"; } else { echo "URL is invalid"; } </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/php/10505/1'>PHP</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18026914/remove-attribute-href-after-access-the-link"><b>remove attribute HREF after access the LINK</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>$('a[href]').click(function (e) { var hash = $(this).attr('href'); $(this).removeAttr('href'); location.hash = hash; }); This assumes these links will always be hashes.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17929862/replace-href-attribute-in-anchor-element"><b>replace href attribute in anchor element</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>I am assuming you have some frontend (CMS?) access and no direct file access. You can put it in the head section of every document. function fixLinks(){ var links = document.getElementsByTagName('a');//Get all links for(i = 0 ; i<links.length ; i++){//Loop throught links var curLink = links[i].href // Cache links[i].href = curLink .replace('mysite','mynewsite');//Replace mysite with my newsite and return the fixed string } } window.onload = fixLinks; </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18002785/scrollto-function-within-php-to-href-attribute-with-an-offse"><b>scrollTo function within PHP to href attribute with an offset?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>I did a quickfix for the time being: set useHash to FALSE update the jquery.visualNav.js file by searching for "offset().top" and subtract the height of your fixed header. </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17512973/php-how-can-you-remove-replace-a-specific-href-attribute-val"><b>PHP: How can you remove/replace a specific href attribute value</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You could try something like the following in PHP: $newtext = preg_replace('/^("http://cdn.example.com/){1}(.*)("){1}$/', '"#" class="disabled-link"', $oldtext); $oldtext being your input article as a string. $newtext being the text to echo on the page. Broken down: Find text starting with "http://cdn.example.com/ Then match anything Stop at " Replace with "#" class="disabled-link" This should let you remove the link and also I added the class part so that you can add some CSS to style the links as text. Example: .disabled-link{ color:#000; pointer-events: none; cursor: default; text-decoration: none; } All this combined will provide users with a link that is completely invisible without looking into the DOM or the source.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/php/10505/1'>PHP</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18370325/obtaining-the-href-attribute-value-from-each-li-using-the-fi"><b>Obtaining the href attribute value from each li using the find method</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>$('#navbar ul li a').each(function(){ console.log($(this).attr('href')); }); BTW, are you sure you need that complex selector? Isn't this enough? $('#navbar a').each(function () { console.log( this.getAttribute('href') ); }); </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17267987/javascript-return-false-for-link-that-has-attribute-href-"><b>Javascript return false for link that has attribute 'href'</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>I have made some changes in your script. I guess making use of return in this case may lead to wrong interpretation because of the async nature. So make a call for function you want to execute for the positive as well as negative response in the OK or Cancel function itself. Here is one of the possible soultion http://jsfiddle.net/RmM7j/1/</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18720335/target-src-attribute-images-in-a-slider-and-put-it-into-href"><b>Target src attribute images in a slider and put it into href of a link</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Is this helpfull? Fiddle $(function() { var listImgs = $('#rev_slider_1_1 img'); $(listImgs).each(function() { if($(this).css('opacity') == '1') { $(this).addClass('active'); } if($(this).css('opacity') < '1') { $(this).removeClass('active'); } }); var imgUrl = $('.active').attr('src'); $('.sb_network_button.houzz').attr("href", "http://www.houzz.com/imageClipperUpload?link=http%3A%2F%2Flivinginspace.staging.wpengine.com%2F&amp;source=button&amp;hzid=4036&amp;imageUrl="+imgUrl+"&amp;title=Product+Title+as+it+will+be+seen+inside+Houzz&amp;ref=http%3A%2F%2Flivinginspace.staging.wpengine.com%2F"); }); </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17588772/how-can-i-find-multiple-urls-within-a-string-href-attribute-"><b>How can I find multiple URLs within a string (href attribute)</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Something like: href="{{ 'http://www.link.com/blah/page.htm'|cy:'http://www.link.com/welsh/blah/page.htm' }}" import re print re.findall("'(http://(?:.*?))'", href) # ['http://www.link.com/blah/page.htm', 'http://www.link.com/welsh/blah/page.htm'] Takes anything starting with http:// that's inside apostrophes.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/python/11169/1'>Python</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17892817/dynamically-and-asynchronously-loading-css-by-setting-the-hr"><b>Dynamically and asynchronously loading CSS (by setting the "href" attribute in Javascript)</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You could use media queries inside your stylesheet to determine if the display is a retina display, then load in the required CSS. http://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/retina-display-media-query/ http://mobile.smashingmagazine.com/2010/07/19/how-to-use-css3-media-queries-to-create-a-mobile-version-of-your-website/</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17228731/python-regex-to-strip-html-a-tags-without-href-attribute"><b>Python regex to strip html a tags without href attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You can use BeautifulSoup, which will make it easier to find <a> tags without a href: >>> from bs4 import BeautifulSoup as BS >>> html = """ ... <a rel="nofollow">Link to be removed</a> ... <a href="alink">This should not be included</a> ... <a>Other link to be removed</a> ... """ >>> soup = BS(html) >>> for i in soup.find_all('a', href=False): ... i.replace_with(i.text) ... >>> print soup <html><body>Link to be removed <a href="alink">This should not be included</a> Other link to be removed</body></html> </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/python/11169/1'>Python</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17114847/regex-to-select-unencoded-ampersands-within-anchor-href-attr"><b>Regex to select unencoded ampersands within anchor / href attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You could try using capturing parentheses and back references: Search: (<a.*)&(?!amp;)(.*) Replace: 1&amp;2 In my testing (Aptana Studio) this requires doing the search/replace multiple times if a line has multiple unencoded ampersands (but if I hold down Alt+d to do the Replace/Find, the whole file is updated very quickly).</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/html/6148/1'>HTML</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/16922605/create-title-attribute-on-a-tag"><b>Create "title" attribute on <a> tag</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>How about using .each()? $('img').each(function(i) { $(this).wrap(function(){ return $('<a>').attr({ href: '../test/top.php?title=' + this.src, title: myTitle[i] + " " + myDescr[i] }); }); }); </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18669390/element-s-href-attribute-is-removed-with-javascript-but-stil"><b>Element's href attribute is removed with javascript but still it is present in page source</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>The page source is what was downloaded originally. The browser parses the HTML and builds the DOM (Document Object Model), which is an in-memory data structure containing the browser's internal representation of your rendered page. Javascript updates the DOM, not the source. If you want to see the updated DOM you must use a tool like Firebug.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17395955/how-to-dynamically-change-a-parameter-of-a-javascript-call-f"><b>How to dynamically change a parameter of a javascript call from the href attribute of an element</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>What I would do instead is bind a click handler and use this to figure out which was clicked. $('#myElement').click(function () { console.log($(this).text()); // Should dump "Click me!" to the console. }); You could then add attributes to your links, such as data-someParam="my value" and access them with .attr().</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/javascript/6985/1'>Javascript</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18563669/match-breadcrumb-with-list-item-and-grab-it-s-name-attribute"><b>Match breadcrumb with list item and grab it's name attribute and place into it's own href</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>This below is where I corrected it: var listatrr = $(this).parent().attr("name"); //alert(listatrr); $('.marker').attr("href", _href + listatrr); This will reset the event: $('.wayfinder a').mouseup(function () { $('.marker').attr("href", '#'); }); update Example </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18054688/title-attribute-with-value-more-than-512-character-gets-lost"><b>Title attribute with value more than 512 character gets lost</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote> Is there any way this count(512) could be increased? No. This will have been set when IE's code was written. The IE developers will have chosen 512 characters as a sensible maximum for the title attribute. The fact that you need to store more than 512 characters in it is a code smell and you should be looking at storing that data in a different way, or you need to shorten the string yourself to keep only the data you need. Stackoverflow, for example, only shows some of a post when hovering over it on the homepage, not the whole post. The tooltip would be too large for one, and some browsers hide the tooltip after a short amount of time making reading up to 512 characters let alone more very difficult.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/html/6148/1'>HTML</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17894655/define-new-macro-to-add-title-attribute"><b>define new macro to add "title" attribute</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Why not just use the action extension that defines exttip and mathtip for attaching tooltips to subexpressions? See the MathJax documentation for details. </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/misc/16000/1'>Misc</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18008056/is-it-possible-to-have-a-dynamic-linkto-title-attribute-"><b>Is it possible to have a dynamic linkTo title attribute?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Based on @guleria's comment and for the sake of having this question answered I'll provide an answer. {{#linkTo "route" model titleBinding=model.title}}model.title{{/linkTo}} Providing Binding as a suffix to your properties will enable bindings. As for where this is documented, here an extract of the documentation: Properties ending in a Binding suffix will be converted to Ember.Binding instances. The value of this property should be a string representing a path to another object or a custom binding instanced created using Binding helpers. Hope it helps.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/ember-js/4176/1'>Ember Js</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18230868/how-do-you-get-angularjs-to-bind-to-the-title-attribute-of-a"><b>How do you get AngularJS to bind to the title attribute of an A tag?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Sometimes it is not desirable to use interpolation on title attribute or on any other attributes as for that matter, because they get parsed before the interpolation takes place. So: <!-- dont do this --> <!-- <a title="{{product.shortDesc}}" ...> --> If an attribute with a binding is prefixed with the ngAttr prefix (denormalized as ng-attr-) then during the binding will be applied to the corresponding unprefixed attribute. This allows you to bind to attributes that would otherwise be eagerly processed by browsers. The attribute will be set only when the binding is done. The prefix is then removed: <!-- do this --> <a ng-attr-title="{{product.shortDesc}}" ...> (Ensure that you are not using a very earlier version of Angular). Here's a demo fiddle using v</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/angularjs/700/1'>Angularjs</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17472440/styling-html-title-attribute-using-css"><b>Styling HTML Title attribute using CSS</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>You can do a custom solution using CSS3. Take a look at How to change the style of Title attribute inside the anchor tag?. But might I suggest that you use a custom field like 'data-title' so the default browser behaviour doesn't interfere with your custom solution.</blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/html/6148/1'>HTML</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/18132921/how-do-i-change-colorbox-s-description-from-the-title-attrib"><b>How do I change Colorbox's description from the title attribute to alt?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Pulled almost directly from the colorbox usage guidelines: // Colorbox can accept a function in place of a static value: $("a.gallery").colorbox({title: function(){ return $(this).attr('alt'); }}); Oh, it looks like you need to pull the alt from an image inside the link. So you would need to query the children of the anchor tag. Maybe something like this: $(this).children('img').attr('alt'); </blockquote> </div> <br><div class=country2 style="float:right;display:inline-block;padding-left:1px" align=right> <font size=2><b>Categories :</b> <a class=country1 href='/category/jquery/7249/1'>Jquery</a> </div> <br> </td> </tr> <tr> <td bgcolor=E7EBED style='padding:5px;' ><a href="/questions/17559076/nivo-slider-use-something-other-than-title-attribute-for-cap"><b>Nivo Slider, use something other than title attribute for caption?</b></a></td></tr> <tr> <td style='padding:16px;border-bottom:2px solid #C2C2C2;' align=left valign=middle> <div ><blockquote>Open up your jquery.nivo.slider.js, on line 94 is the processCaption function. You can change this instead of looking at the 'title' attribute to anything you want. 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