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Replace specific table values using a Greasemonkey script
this javascript code let's you replace the content of a TD by it's index where 0 is the first element. var tbl=document.getElementsByTagName("table")[0]; //get the first TABLE var trs=tbl.getElementsByTagName('tr'); //get all TR's in that table var replaceTD=function(TRindex,TDindex,value){ trs[TRindex].getElementsByTagName('td')[TDindex].innerHTML=value; // replaced with innerText }; to change the second TD of the first TR that is not a title (so the third) your indexes will be TRindex=2 cause it starts from 0 ... and the TDindex=1 and the function you will call is : replaceTD(2,1,'WHATEVER');

Categories : Javascript

Convert a greasemonkey Script after E4x is not supported
If there is a dependency on e4x, try including the JavaScript implementation: e4x.js As an alternative, here are other questions which cover mapping e4x syntax to XPath or XML to JSON: What is the Flex/AS3/E4X equivalent of this xpath query? Howto convert E4X XML Elements into JSON Notation In addition, you can continue to use e4x by accessing the data via yql: Using e4x with yql

Categories : Javascript

Including a Greasemonkey script across multiple domains
Reference: Greasemonkey Include and exclude rules Match Patterns Match patterns and globs The solutions that work on Greasemonkey (which is Firefox), may be different on Chrome and on Tampermonkey. Three basic approaches: Use 30 different @include lines: While this may be unpalatable in terms of cut-and-paste coding, it is the one approach that will work the same across browsers and the one that will have the best browser performance. The other approaches require the browser to do (more) checks against possibly every page or iframe visited. Use a regex @include: @include /^http://(1stDomain.com|2ndDomain.com|3rdDomain.net|etc.)/(admin/edit|blog|user/.+?/history)/ This is one line, and performs fairly well, but the line can get unwieldy, and this will only work on Greasemonkey an

Categories : Misc

jQuery .ready not getting called from within Greasemonkey script
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

Categories : Javascript

Prevent Greasemonkey script from inserting div into iframe
if ( window.self === window.top ) { not in a frame } else { in a frame } check the above condition first before your code of inserting div original link: How to identify if a webpage is being loaded inside an iframe or directly into the browser window?

Categories : Javascript

How to transform an XML file with XSLT, using a Greasemonkey script?
I would have added this in a comment, but I don't have the relevant reputation. There are two things that I would check. Especially if this is working on a string, and not a file from the server like you said Make sure that what you are getting from the server is a string, and not an object Make sure the xml you are getting from the server is correct. If you aren't getting a string, you can do an ajax request to get the text from the xml. And then load that as your new xml var. And if you really just wanted to make your xml user friendly, I would suggest checking out http://code.google.com/p/vkbeautify and http://google-code-prettify.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/README.html Those should maintain the xml format while stylizing it to make it easy to read. Plus, you won't have to mess with

Categories : Javascript

Click many links, in one page, with a Greasemonkey script?
var all = document.getElementsByClassName("delete"); for(var i=0; i<all.length; i++) { var deleteUrl = all[i].href; var ifr = document.createElement("IFRAME"); document.body.appendChild(ifr); ifr.src = deleteUrl; } You could run a simple script like the above in the browser's JavaScript console or make it a bookmarklet.

Categories : Javascript

Greasemonkey script seems to execute lines out of order
Try this .. setTimeout(function(){$("#cat_1").attr("checked",true);},0); If it is a race condition of some kind this will put your command at the bottom of the stack.

Categories : Javascript

Watch for element creation in greasemonkey script?
MutationObservers are called for more things than just adding nodes, including changes to attributes and removing nodes. So watch out for mutation.addedNodes returning null - in which case this code will fail. Try: if (mutation.addedNodes && mutation.addedNodes[0].getAttribute('class') === 'nav') { ... The mutation object also has a 'type' attribute that you can use to get more info; have you read the API docs on MDN? There are some good examples there.

Categories : Javascript

Greasemonkey script does not load external JS and CSS file
That linked answer was from 2011, and Greasemonkey has changed a lot since then. (Note, I just now updated that answer to reflect the changes.) Basically, you need to use @grant directives now. If you looked on Firefox's error console (CtrlShiftJ), you might have seen error messages like: GM_addStyle is not defined Here is a bare-bones addition of jQuery-UI to demonstrate the process: // ==UserScript== // @name _YOUR_SCRIPT_NAME // @include http://YOUR_SERVER.COM/YOUR_PATH/* // @require http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.2/jquery.min.js // @require http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.8/jquery-ui.min.js // @resource jqUI_CSS http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.8/themes/base/jquery-ui.css // @grant GM_addStyle // @grant GM_getResou

Categories : Javascript

addEventListener and setInterval fail silently in a Greasemonkey script
Update (Now that target page was given): The question code did not match the structure of the actual page. It typically would throw TypeError: iTags[3] is undefined errors. Using DOM methods, to get the desired info, does the job. A working script is: // ==UserScript== // @name _KROQ, song info to page title // @include http://betaplayer.radio.com/player/* // @grant GM_addStyle // ==/UserScript== /*- The @grant directive is needed to work around a design change introduced in GM 1.0. It restores the sandbox. */ if (window.top != window.self) //-- Don't run on frames or iframes. return; window.addEventListener ('load', function () { setInterval (setTitle, 5000); }, false); function setTitle () { var songInfoNode = document.querySelector ( "#play_info

Categories : Javascript

"TypeError: can't convert undefined to object" with GreaseMonkey script
You are using .trigger() incorrectly, you need to pass at least the event type argument. $('#triggerAllButton').click(function(e){ e.preventDefault(); $(".btn.trigger").trigger("click"); //.each is implicit on all jQuery methods });

Categories : Javascript

Add images and a mouseover event in a loop, in a Greasemonkey script?
Do not use anonymous functions in a loop like that. That leads to memory and performance problems. Anyway, use the return value of insertBefore(). like so: var anchors = document.evaluate ( '//a[@target]', document, null, XPathResult.ORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE, null ); var icon4 = document.createElement('img'); icon4.src = '...'; for (var a = 0; a < anchors.snapshotLength; a++) { if (anchors.snapshotItem(a).href.substring(0, 16) != location.href.substring(0, 16)) { var newNode = anchors.snapshotItem(a).parentNode.insertBefore ( icon4.cloneNode (true), anchors.snapshotItem (a) ); newNode.addEventListener ('mouseover', myMouseInOutHandler, false); newNode.addEventListener ('mouseout', myMouseInOutHandler, false); } } funct

Categories : Javascript

Injecting a document.write call from a Greasemonkey script causes nothing to load
The smartest/best(est) thing to do is to avoid document.write(). Use DOM techniques. Here's a complete script: // ==UserScript== // @name _Replace a target page using DOM techniques // @include http://YOUR_SERVER.COM/YOUR_PATH/* // @grant GM_addStyle // ==/UserScript== /*- The @grant directive is needed to work around a design change introduced in GM 1.0. It restores the sandbox. */ var D = document; var newDoc = D.implementation.createHTMLDocument (""); D.replaceChild ( D.importNode (newDoc.documentElement, true), D.documentElement ); D.body.innerHTML = '<h1>TEST</h1>' Greasemonkey normally fires on DOMContentLoaded, not when the page has fully completed loading. Chrome fires later than that, by default. Anyway, at DOMContentLoaded, in

Categories : Javascript

Adding javascript to a XML file transformed with XSLT using a Greasemonkey script
Don't use onclick. This goes triple for userscripts, as there are additional scope and/or sandbox conflicts. Also, it's a poor idea to try and add JS into the XSLT file/text, and there is no need for script injection in this case either. Use the script to do whatever JS manipulation you have in mind. For example: // ==UserScript== // @name _XML Renderer with javascript functionality // @description Stylesheet and javascript for xml results // @include http://YOUR_SERVER.COM/YOUR_PATH/*.xml // @resource xslFile Q_17998446_transform.xsl // @grant GM_getResourceText // ==/UserScript== var xsl_str = GM_getResourceText ("xslFile"); var processor = new XSLTProcessor (); var dataXSL = new DOMParser ().parseFromString (xsl_str, "text/xml"); processor.importSty

Categories : Javascript

Get client information from a Greasemonkey script (local machine name, Firefox profile)
No. You cannot read the local machine name, nor Firefox profile name, nor Firefox profile directory using javascript or Greasemonkey. If you could access this information, it would be at least a "sec-moderate" security breach. So, if you figure out a hack for this, let us know immediately, so we can shut you down. ;)

Categories : Javascript

replace href and url by the tag
Notepad++: You could use this in find: href="([^"<]{2,}") And in replace, you can use: href="<c:url value="/fo/1 />" ^^ The ^^ indicate where the captured group is being inserted. EDIT: To match both href and src, you will use this: (href|src)="([^"<]{2,}") And replace: 1="<c:url value="/fo/2 />"

Categories : Regex

PHP: How can you remove/replace a specific href attribute value
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.

Categories : PHP

replace href attribute in anchor element
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;

Categories : Javascript

replace matching text in hyperlink href
You don't need a regular expression, just do a normal string replace: http://jsfiddle.net/9MXSZ/ $('a').each( function() { var $this = $(this); var href = $this.attr('href').replace('chapter','chapter_af'); $this.attr('href', href ); }); If you really want to use a regex, the in your version is throwing it off: .replace(/chapter/,'chapter_af')

Categories : Javascript

Replace all links(href) in a web page using jquery
Try this: $('a[href*="sites.com"]').each( function(){ // Do a substring here to keep the beginning of the path (domain) $(this).attr("href", "http://any.sites.com/"); })

Categories : Javascript

How can I replace “<” and “>” with “<” and “> except and text tags in Perl
You can try this straightforward approach: $a =~ s/</&lt;/g; $a =~ s/>/&gt;/g; # Fix "a" & "img" $a =~ s/&lt;as(.*?)&gt;(.*?)&lt;/a&gt;/<a $1>$2</a>/g; $a =~ s/&lt;imgs(.*?)&gt;/<img $1>/g; Note: [^img|a] is not i,m,g,a or | If you need to find < not followed by img or a - use negative lookahead: /<(?!img|a)/

Categories : HTML

How to replace a href link within a Textarea with jQuery
This is an example; after loading the href will get replaced: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script> window.onload = function () { var textarea = document.getElementsByTagName("textarea")[0]; textarea.innerHTML = textarea.innerHTML.replace( /href=".*"/, "http://www.stackoverflow.com"); } </script> </head> <body> <textarea><a href="http://www.google.com"></a></textarea> </body> </html>

Categories : Javascript

jQuery + regular expression to replace href and src values inside textarea
You don't need a regex to do that. You just have to concatenate the current url and the website url. $('textarea').each(function(){ var obj = $(this); obj.find('a').attr('href', 'http://www.sitename.com' + obj.find('a').attr('href')); obj.find('img').attr('src', 'http://www.sitename.com' + obj.find('img').attr('src')); });

Categories : Javascript

add location.href to a script src
You can use the createElement: var link = "http://example.com/script.js?ref="+location.href; script1 = document.createElement('SCRIPT'); script1.type="text/javascript"; script1.src = src1; document.head.appendChild(script1); EDIT: If you can append the script in the head or body putting document.head.appendChild(script1); or document.body.appendChild(script1); But if you can put in the specific point (id of one div or input), you can put with: document.getElementById("NAMEOFID).appendChild(script1);

Categories : Javascript

How can I execute a script after calling window.location.href?
You are redirecting the browser with window.location.href and I'm afraid as you are purely just changing the browser's location, you can't have any affect/input on the page you are moving to (unless you use query string parameters and then create content with something like PHP (myurl.php?newcontent=whatever) )

Categories : Javascript

How to have an href process in an iframe (colorbox) after running a php script?
Why don't you try something like the done function of an ajax request something like: $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "featureimagesave.php", data: { imgBase64: dataURL, yogatextcolor: txtcolorsel, yogamatcolor: selmatcolor, prefile: prefile, name: matname, price: priceCalc }, }).done(function ( data ) { //do your colorbox logic }); This are jQuery's promise callbacks and work I think as of jQuery 1.5, for more info you could see jquery's API http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/

Categories : PHP

trigger('click') doesn't work on anchors without an actuall link in the href ( js function in the href attrbute )
trigger('click') will only invoke attached event handlers; if you have JavaScript hrefs, they won't be triggered. You could try attaching regular click handlers to your links, or you could do something like this instead: var idFormat = /confirm_(d+)/; $('.confirm_btn').each(function() { var btn = $(this); var id = parseInt(idFormat.exec(btn.attr('id'))[1], 10); confirm_ajax(id); });

Categories : Javascript

Replace script URL though the console
You can create script tag using javascript in console using the following code: var js = document.createElement('script'); js.async = true; js.src = "js/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js"; document.body.appendChild(js); and if you want to update it you already have it's reference so you can update it using js.src = "somethingelse.js"; Hope that helps....

Categories : Javascript

Shell Script: grep and replace
Change this line: sed -e "s/down/up/g" test.htm To this: sed -i -e "s/down/up/g" test.htm The -i flag means to edit the file "in-place" rather than to write the replacements to standard output.

Categories : Shell

shell script : how to replace file name
Created using bash on a mac, so it might work with whatever shell you are using... string="/home/guest/test" echo $string | sed 's//([^/]{0,})$//.1.log/' Using simple shell string replacement wasn't going to work since I know of no way you can target the last occurrence of the / sign as the only replacement. Update: Actually I came to think of a alternative way if you know that it is always "/two/directories/in" string="/home/guest/test" firstpartofstring=$(echo $string | cut -d/ -f1-3) lastpartofstring=$(echo $string | cut -d/ -f4) echo ${firstpartofstring}/.${lastpartofstring}.log

Categories : Shell

shell script: replace the contents
try this: (save it to your main.sh): #!/bin/ksh awk -F: -v a="$1" -v i="$2" 'NR==1{n=$2;print $1":"a"-"i;next}{print $1":"n}' /VersionInfo.properties > /tmp/tmpVersion && mv /tmp/tmpVersion VersionInfo.properties try with main.sh "13.7.0" "4"

Categories : Shell

How to make sed script replace in file?
If your sed supports -i option then you can run your script like this: ./fix.sh -i myfile.txt -i option of sed does the in-file substitutions. If your version of sed does not support the -i option then you can do the following which is pretty much the same thing that -i does behind the scene: ./fix.sh myfile.txt > temp && mv temp myfile.txt Why redirecting to the same file doesn't work? The reason is that the redirection opens the file for writing and ends up clearing any existing contents. sed then tries to read this empty file, and does nothing. The file is then closed and there by you get an empty file.

Categories : Shell

Batch Script to replace line in an .ini
This should help you out. @echo off set "var=" set /p "var=Enter 1 for NY, 2 for DC or 3 for LA" if "%var%" EQU 1 ( >c:samplefile.ini echo 10.0.0.0 >>c:samplefile.ini abcde ) if "%var%" EQU 2 ( >c:samplefile.ini echo 20.0.0.0 >>c:samplefile.ini abcde ) if "%var%" EQU 3 ( >c:samplefile.ini echo 30.0.0.0 >>c:samplefile.ini abcde ) echo Good luck - I hope you entered the right number! :)

Categories : Batch File

can dart replace php serverside script ?
Probably not. First of all, dart:html can't be used on the server side. This may or may not be a problem in your case. More importantly, LAMPP doesn't parse JavaScript - it's treated as a pure client language. You'd need an alternative that is able to parse JavaScript on the server side, for example node.js, but I don't think node.js will be able to parse your PHP scripts. Another alternative: Run the Dart server in Dart's VM. You'd still need another port for it, but at least there is no need for the "JS server".

Categories : Dart

Script to replace variables used in simulink blocks with a value
Not sure if this will work, but can you combine Simulink.findVars with get_param to get all the block parameters for each of the blocks identified by Simulink.findVars? As per Get a Block Parameter Value and Attributes: block_parameters = get_param(block_path,'DialogParameters') You could then fgifure out which parameter each variable (e.g. gain_A) is used for.

Categories : Matlab

How to replace command name when invoking as bash script?
I would leave the git-receive-pack symlink alone, instead create a bash function (in ~/.bashrc). Something like this should do the trick: function git-receive-pack() { ... (do your stuff) command git-receive-pack $* }

Categories : Linux

javascript replace() Method for NOWRAP, and Script
Judging by given markup, following JS code should make the replacement: <script> document.getElementsByClassName("myWinError")[1].parentNode.innerHTML = 'Кот Шредингера <span class="myWinError">*</span>'; document.getElementsByClassName("myBtnCont")[0].firstChild.innerHTML = 'Заправить'; </script>

Categories : Javascript

Using sed in bash script to replace LaTeX aliases
Code for GNU sed: sed -r '/^%/d;s#.*({\w+})({.*})#1 2#;s#\#\\#g;s#(S+)s(S+)#\|1|s|1|2|g#' file1|sed -f - file2 $ cat file1 % a ewcommand{ao}{$^{18}$O} ewcommand{aodso}{$^{18}$O/$^{16}$O} % b ewcommand{ea}{egin{equation}} ewcommand{eaa}{egin{eqnarray}} % c ewcommand{cthree}{C$_3$} ewcommand{cfour}{C$_4$} ewcommand{coz}{CO$_2$} $ cat file2 This is my test {ao} {aodso} my test is this Does it work {ea} {eaa} test test test work work work {cthree} {cfour} This is my test my test is this {coz} $ sed -r "/^%/d;s#.*({\w+})({.*})#1 2#;s#\#\\#g;s#(S+)s(S+)#\|1|s|1|2|g#" file1|sed -f - file2 This is my test {$^{18}$O} {$^{18}$O/$^{16}$O} my test is this Does it work {egin{equation}} {egin{eqnarray}} test test test work work work {C$_3$} {C$_4$} This is my test my test is th

Categories : Bash

I can't make a search-and-replace script for Python
One simple way to do this is with the open function and the os module: import os with open(tmp_file) as tmp: with open(my_file) as f: for line in f.readlines(): tmp.write(line.replace("oldString1", "newString1").replace("oldString2", "newString2") + " ") os.remove(my_file) os.rename(tmp_file, my_file)

Categories : Python



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