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Applying script to multiple IDs through getElementByID
Like Blender said, getElementById only accepts a single argument, and returns an element. You can extract that functionality into a function: function applybar(bar,progressElem) { var progress = progressElem.innerHTML; function setProgress(percent) { bar.style.width = percent + "%"; if (percent > 70) bar.className = "graph graph-green"; else if (percent > 40) bar.className = "graph graph-yellow"; else if (percent > 0) bar.className = "graph graph-red"; } var interval = setInterval(function () { setProgress(progress); }, 100); } Then usage would be something like applybar(document.getElementById("chart1"),document.getElementById("progress1")); applybar(document.getElementById("chart2"),document.getElementById("pro

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Jquery getElementById - multiple instances within one script tag?
in Jquery $("#one,#two,#three").attr('src',images[random_no]); try using this code Working Demo http://jsfiddle.net/cse_tushar/MYua5/1/ i=0; $("#one, #two, #three" ).attr("src", function() { i++; return i+'.jpg'; }); Random generation of images Working demo http://jsfiddle.net/cse_tushar/MYua5/3/ function randomFromInterval(from, to) { return Math.floor(Math.random() * (to - from + 1) + from); } var images = new Array('1.jpg', '2.jpg', '3.jpg', '4.jpg', '5.jpg'); var len = images.length; $("#one, #two, #three").each(function () { x = randomFromInterval(0, len-1); var img_no = (x >= 0 && x < len) ? x : randomFromInterval(0, len-1); $(this).attr('src', images[img_no]); }); new code working Demo http://jsfiddle.net/cse_tushar/MYua5/4/ var

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Ajax - getElementById create text in multiple divs
The basic problem is how you pass your arguments to handleContent. The href="" currently doesn't do anything. the solution is to pass "topright" or "bottomright" via a closure. That works like this: (function (t){ return function(){ handleContent(t); } })(target); This creates a function that is directly called and returns a function which "bound" your argument (this is called a closure). As I think your german: Du musst dafür sorgen das deine Argumente richtig übertragen werden. Das machst du am einfachsten mit einem sogenannten Closure (eine Funktion die deinen Parameter in sich selbst speichert). Solution (Tested in Firefox): <body> <div id="left"> <p><a name = "container" value="topright" onclick="loadContent('hallo1.php', 'topright'

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Python Pass multiple variables through command to change multiple lines in a text file with regex
I replaced the for loop with the following code and it worked: with open('test1.txt') as f: line1 = f.readline() line2 = f.readline() line3 = f.readline() build = re.sub ('build='r'.*','build='+buildpath,line1) apps = re.sub ('apps='r'.*','apps='+appspath,line2) logs = re.sub ('logs='r'.*','logs='+logspath,line3) tf.write(build + apps + logs)

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GetElementByID isn't working
Check to see if web is null. Check to see if web.Document is null. Check to see if web.Document.GetElementById("idLoginUserName") returns null. Check to see if user is null. It has to be one of those or the error is coming from somewhere else.

Categories : C#

getElementById() won't work
Do not add it into "" quotes. Use this: var foodSearch = window.open("http://search.myrecipes.com/search.html?N=17&mFil=false&Ntt=" + document.getElementById("searchFood").value);

Categories : Javascript

VBA to GetElementByID on a Web form
If you know where the element is positioned on the page it would be much better to locate it using something like getElementsByTagName. However, you could use a simple loop. In the following I've assumed the attempt to reference a non-existing element results in Nothing, but perhaps it generates an error - I haven't tested. If so, you'll need to use error-handling code instead. Dim elem As Variant For x = 22 To 25 Set elem = WebBrowser1.Document.GetElementById("Template_ctl24_ctl00_Shelfmark" _ & x & "_TextField") If Not elem Is Nothing Then Exit For End If Next x If elem Is Nothing Then 'Doh! not found Else 'obtain elem.value End If

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How to get ID from CSS to Javascript without getElementByID?
The ID should work but you don't have to use it. Just pass this as a parameter: <div id="394" onclick="flashout(this)">...</div> <div id="723" onclick="flashout(this)">...</div> and use that param as a element itself instead of string ID: function flashout(div_element){ div_element.style.display = "none"; } Oh and if you want DIV to disappear - set style.display to "none", not "".

Categories : Javascript

getElementById with changing IDs
Is using jQuery an option? If so, this is dead simple: $(document).ready(function(){ $('div[id^="replies-36965584"]').hide(); }); If you're unfamiliar with jQuery, here's a link to get started: http://learn.jquery.com/javascript-101/getting-started/ EDIT: Fixed syntax error. EDIT: Added jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/xbVp9/

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getElementById value not working
Instead of while(n) { var x=n[i].split("%7C%7C"); // ... } Please use below code: while(n[i]) { var x=n[i].split("%7C%7C"); // ... }

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C# ASP.NET document.getElementById not getting elments
Are you trying to retrieve whatever value user has entered in the textbox? If so, you are probably looking for: var x = document.getElementById("wordList").value; Text fields do not define any inner markup, and their property innerHtml in most cases is just an empty string.

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I am getting an error from getElementById for JAVA
Your hidden field has the attribute runat="server", so its id is changed when the page is rendered. Find it this way : var hidden1 = document.getElementById('<%= hidvalue.ClientID %>');

Categories : Javascript

How to use Javascript's getElementById on another page
Your page would need to be the opener and the other page and, more importantly, the two pages would have to be served by the same origin (see same origin policy) or that other page would have to be served with CORS headers precising this access is authorized. As your example shows, this is obviously not the case so you simply can't access the element.

Categories : Javascript

getElementByID for templateField TextBox
You've called getElementById on the ID lblPreDayValue. In your ASP.NET markup you've called it lblPreDayVal. You might also want to use ClientID to ensure you get the correct ID generated by .NET

Categories : Javascript

Using document.getElementById with partial ID name
Use document.querySelector(): function showIt() { document.querySelector('[id^="gatewayContainerstacks"]').style.visibility = "hidden"; } setTimeout("showIt()", 2500); // after 2.5 sec BTW, please do not put showIt() in quotes, better reference the function itself: setTimeout(showIt, 2500);

Categories : Javascript

getelementbyclassname instead of getelementbyid is not working
The function is called getElementsByClassName. Plural. It returns not an element, but an array of all the elements that have the class name. So even if the array consists of only one item, even there is only one element in the array, you still need to index it. x[0].disabled=true instead of x.disabled=true Fiddle

Categories : Misc

getElementById().value Returning Undefined
You can get visibility like that: jsfiddle So it's in document.getElementById('myId').style.visibility //to make visible document.getElementById('myId').style.visibility='visible' //to make hidden document.getElementById('myId').style.visibility='hidden' Instead of value you used there's innerHTML. Value is for input elements.

Categories : Javascript

DOMDocument - set valid id for getElementById
I think you are trying something like this: $oElement = $m_oDom->createElement( 'div' ); $oAttribute = $oElement->setAttribute( 'id', $strId ); $oElement->setIdAttribute( 'id', true ); // tried also without this $m_oDom->appendChild( $oElement ); It returns true and element output to me.

Categories : PHP

Get nested div using document.getElementById
Here you have a fiddle that shows that it works. The script needs to be called after the element is created. <body> <div id="id1"> <div id="id2"></div> </div> <script>alert(document.getElementById('id2'));</script> </body> Or: <body> <script> function getElement (id) { return document.getElementById(id); }; </script> <div id="id1"> <div id="id2"></div> </div> <script>alert(getElement('id2'));</script> </body>

Categories : Javascript

Cannot retrieve an li or ul using getElementById in JavaScript
You can run .getElementsByTagName('ul') on any DOM element. For example, using the following HTML: <form id="form_id"> <input name="form_element"/> <ul> <li>foo</li> <li>bar</li> </ul> </form> Do this: var form = document.getElementById('form_id'); form.form_element.value = 'hello world'; var ul = form.getElementsByTagName('ul'); ul = ul && ul[0]; console.log(ul); var lis = form.getElementsByTagName('li'); for (var i = 0; i < lis.length; i++) { console.log(lis[i].innerText); } jsFiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/YSpVg/1/

Categories : Javascript

getElementByID work in firefox, but not in IE & Chrome
Try this: <script type="text/javascript"> function change() { var html = '<object width="650" height="450"> <embed id="video" src="'; html += document.myvid1.vid_select.options[document.myvid1.vid_select.selectedIndex].value; html += '" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="650" height="450"/>'; document.getElementById("div-video").innerHTML = html; } </script> <form name="myvid1"> <select id="vid_select" onChange="change();"> <option value="http://www.youtube.com/v/IiJx4a1cxRk">Test1</option> <option value="http://www.youtube.com/v/CdKUtZIDzEg?autoplay=1">Test2</option> </select> </form> <div id="div-video"> <object width="65

Categories : Javascript

Trying to set a variable using document.getElementById('').innerHTML
The value of str is determined when the page is loading (and before the element exists). I believe you want it inside calc: function calc() { var span = document.getElementById('str'); var str = span.innerHTML; var add = 2; if(document.getElementById('checkbox').checked) span.innerHTML = str + add; else span.innerHTML = 'unchecked'; }

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getelementbyid via msexcel vba object required 424
Here you go Instead of this URL http://fieldwork.genesisenergy.co.nz/ I am directly navigating to below frame src <frame name="Login" src="LoginGenesis.aspx?bgColor=FFFFFF&trimColor=FF6600" frameBorder="0" marginWidth="0" marginHeight="0" scrolling="auto"> Sub Website() Dim IE As Object, Doc As Object, UserName As Object, Password As Object, strCode As String Set IE = CreateObject("internetexplorer.application") IE.Visible = True ' IE.navigate "http://fieldwork.genesisenergy.co.nz/" IE.navigate "http://fieldwork.genesisenergy.co.nz/LoginGenesis.aspx?bgColor=FFFFFF&trimColor=FF6600" Do While IE.readystate <> 4: DoEvents: Loop Set Doc = CreateObject("htmlfile") Set Doc = IE.document Set UserName = Doc.g

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Are there any other requirements other than 'Unique ID' for getElementById('ID') to work?
The only requirement other than a unique ID is that the element is rendered and available in the DOM. If you're script is included prior to this, then getElementById() will return null. Wrap the code in the window.onload event, to ensure that the elements are ready for use: window.onload = function(){ var one_n_img = document.getElementById("one_number_id"); var two_n_img = document.getElementById("two_number_id"); var three_n_img = document.getElementById("three_number_id"); var num1 = one_n_img.value; var num2 = two_n_img.value; var num3 = three_n_img.value; };

Categories : Javascript

Dojo Query by ID defaulting to getElementById
If the node is not yet in the DOM, it cannot be accessed with Dojo's query selector. However, if the node is in the dijit registry, you can access it with dijit.registry.byId(<id>).

Categories : Javascript

JavaScript Event is not working with getElementById
Just use unobtrusive JavaScript, and ditch the HTML onclick attribute: var img = document.getElementById('img'); img.onclick = function(){ img.src = "Login_img2.jpg"; };

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GetElementByID failing in IE, works in Chrome and FF
I think IE7 and 8 have no console object (unless some library or plugin supplied it with one). The console.log should break your code in < IE8. I suggest you remove console commands in production.

Categories : Javascript

getElementById not working within if statement - Troubleshooting
change document.getElementById('logoflash').class=showclass; to document.getElementById('logoflash').className = showclass; it's className, not class

Categories : Javascript

document.getElementById("").getElementsByTagName("img")[0].src = Not Working
First you can use jQuery to help you do this in a simpler way like: $('#upcoming_event').find('img')[0].src = "url"; or $('#imgid').attr('src', 'xpto.jpg'); Secound, the code seems to work... I think the problem may be in the urls of the IMGs. Check if the images are in the correct folder or if the path is right.

Categories : Javascript

Why is document.getElementById considered an object in IE8
IE8 (attempts to) implement ECMAScript 3 where the typeof operator result is implementation defined for host objects regardless if the object implements [[call]]. In ES5, callable host objects must return "function". See the table in ECMAScript 3 Compare to ECMAScript 5.1 http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/5.1/#sec-11.4.3

Categories : Javascript

document.getElementById sometimes returns null
Did you check that it's referring to an element with that id? Maybe you misspelled id="riskInStateInputType" in your <div></div> (or whatever that id is referring to). Are you deleting the content within that element before you call it the second time perchance?

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How to redirect the url twice with document.getElementById("ID").href?
Try this: function nextHyperLinks(e) { e.preventDefault(); document.getElementById("nextID").href = "www.google.com"; // you probably don't need this if you will anyway navigate away from the page. window.open('http://www.google.com/', '_self'); } var el= document.getElementsById('nextID'); el.addEventListener('click', nextHyperLinks); and remove the inline onclick="nextHyperLinks();"

Categories : Javascript

document.getElementById didnt work
Order matters. You cannot access your element 'na' before having it in the document. You naturally need to add the element to the document first. If that's done, you can access it by functions like getElementById(). This... document.write("<div id='na'></div>"); document.getElementById('na').innerHTML = "vvvaa"; ... will work. You may shortcut this to: document.write("<div id='na'>vvvaa</div>");

Categories : Javascript

Inline SVG and HTML DOM Scope for .getElementById
I believe it's strictly speaking invalid HTML if you have duplicate IDs. I'd suggest using some other mechanism of identifying the elements, either using classes instead of IDs or data- attributes. Then you could move from .getElemntById() to either .querySelector() (try on JS Bin): <html> <head> <title></title> </head> <body> <div id="div1"> <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="50px" height="50px"> <rect class="rect1" width="50px" height="50px"/> </svg> </div> <div id="div2"> <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="50px" height="50px"> <rect class="rect1" width="50px" height="50px"/> </svg> </div> <script type="text/javascript">

Categories : Javascript

document.getElementById() alternative in jQuery
The above code is perfectly valid in jQuery (which is a JavaScript library). If you want to use a more typical jQuery code, you can do $('#block1').css('overflow', 'visible'); You can expend it to multiple id like this : $('#block1, #block2').css('overflow', 'visible'); You always can get the DOM object from a jQuery object, which means you could also have adapted your code to use jQuery selectors using $('#block1').get(0).style.overflow="visible"; (this specific example isn't smart : no need to use jQuery if you don't use a complex selector or jQuery functions)

Categories : Javascript

getElementById is sometimes null. Already tried .onload and .ready
[edited] I guess you could try wrapping $.ajax() like so (jQuery should still be added first though ^_^): $.ajax({ type: "post", url: "windowHelper.php", data: {pathname: pathname, type: type}, dataType: "json", success: function(data, textStatus, jqXHR) { newWindow.document.getElementById("newWindow").innerHTML = data.data1; }, error: function(data, textStatus, errorThrown) { newWindow.document.getElementById("newWindow").innerHTML = textStatus + errorThrown; } })

Categories : PHP

How to get class names of elements under one id by getElementById in Javacscript?
You can't. getElementById returns a single Element (or null if there aren't any that match). An ID must be unique in a document. You are trying to process something that isn't HTML. Classes are used to mark an element as a member of a group. You seem to have them and IDs backwards. You could probably hack around it by using querySelectorAll and an attribute selector: var elements = document.querySelectorAll('[id=navTabs]'); … but you should fix the markup instead.

Categories : Javascript

printing using document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML
document.write will append the text to the DOM. innerHTML sets the content of the given DOM element, so setting innerHTML will not append additional asterisks. Instead: for (var int = 0; int < no; int++) { for (var int2 = 0; int2 <=int; int2++) { document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML+="*"; } document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML+="<br>"; } In general, when you feel like using document.write, there is usually a better way. See this question.

Categories : Javascript

How to solve TypeError: getElementById null in javascript
id_tuh=document.getElementById("Amsterdam-Salsa-&amp;-Zouk-Festival"); is the wrong ID. This HTML: <input name='tuh' type='radio' id='Amsterdam-Salsa-&amp;-Zouk-Festival' value='Amsterdam Salsa &amp; Zouk Festival'/> produces the ID Amsterdam-Salsa-&-Zouk-Festival — HTML entities are still interpreted just fine in attributes — and so you need to use that. The better solution, of course, would be to produce and use an actual slug that doesn’t contain ampersands or uppercase characters. function slug($name) { return preg_replace('/[^a-z]+/', '-', strtolower($name)); } echo '<input name="tuh" type="radio" id="', slug($word->name), '" value="', htmlspecialchars($word->name), '" />', htmlspecialchars($word->name, ENT_NOQU

Categories : PHP

Call to a member function getElementById() on a non-object
Don't assign the result of $this->dom->loadHTML($this->response) back to $this->dom (as the return value is a boolean). However, you may want to use this boolean value to ensure that the HTML was unserialised correctly. Documentation.

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