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Use PHP's DOM parser to convert a table into plain text (including links with images)
0 209 posted 5 years ago by nigelnquande
For side by side ULs that become too wide on small screens/devices. The following script let you merge or unmerge ULs depending on the size of the screen/device. Works with jQuery
0 85 posted 7 years ago by jbernus
The use of dynamic data acquisition on modern web sites and in a lot of intranet applications, sometimes means we have to build structures dynamically as data comes in from a feed or AJAX operations. The problem is not with the data, but rather that...
0 80 posted 7 years ago by COBOLdinosaur
Javascript DOM Create Element
0 68 posted 7 years ago by flamboyanz
in jquery mobile, .html() not refresh DOM. Execute this function after any DOM change.
0 99 posted 7 years ago by goo
Here’s a very simple script which adds numbers sequentially to an unordered list using jQuery
0 98 posted 8 years ago by satie83
Navigating the DOM in jQuery is incredibly simple and thats to phpQuery you can do the same in php. Below are some examples of how it's used, the key change bing that instead of $() you use pq(), and instead of a . you used ->. Theres alot more detai...
0 102 posted 8 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
The Google Closure lets you get DOM elements with getElement( id ) and getElementByClass( class ). This function combines the two to let you get elements similarly to the way jQuery does. E.g. getElement( '#home .sidebar #links') returns the elemen...
0 124 posted 8 years ago by cjcenizal
Open PHP file and enter User Credentials for localhost. The default dates are set to negotiate the 2011 season, but change the date variables to match your desired season data. The start date should be the day before opening day, and the end date t...
0 115 posted 8 years ago by wa-rufio
Simple recursive function to find objects that match the value of str hanging anywhere off the global JS object (window).
0 99 posted 8 years ago by richt
Check if user has intruded a real email address. Return true (real email) or false (fake email). Arguments: Element from a form. From book Dom Scripting by Jeremy Keith
0 124 posted 8 years ago by alberomo
Arguments: Element from a form. Take that element and checks if is filled. If not, returns false. If is filled, returns true. From book Dom Scripting by Jeremy Keith
0 115 posted 8 years ago by alberomo
A JS function that put the focus in the form field associated to a label element whenever is clicked. The for atributte of the label element must match the id attribute of the associated form field. It takes no arguments. From book Dom Scripting by...
0 51 posted 8 years ago by alberomo
0 169 posted 9 years ago by studioevoque
3 94 posted 9 years ago by batamire
0 59 posted 9 years ago by madr
When injecting via jQuery HTML content which contains script tags referencing external scripts, which are then referenced via scripting elsewhere in the injected HTML, some browsers (Chrome) will not wait for the external scripts to load causing the...
2 106 posted 9 years ago by harikaram
This snippet of code is probably the most common and _valuable_ in the world of jQuery.
1 80 posted 9 years ago by creativeboulder
1 73 posted 9 years ago by arif
Thankfully, Sjoerd Visscher mentioned an interesting technique that could be used to force IE to use the specified CSS styling. Specifically, once you create a new DOM element (of the same name as the one in the document) all styling is applied. [.....
0 85 posted 9 years ago by stephcode
0 98 posted 9 years ago by cadrlife
the LIBXML parameter is what this snippet is about. Also this is one way to retrieve XML without having a XML-declaration prepended <?xml>
1 66 posted 10 years ago by iroybot
Similar to [Get Elements by Class Name]( http://snipplr.com/view/1696/get-elements-by-class-name/), but with optional "tag" parameter. Performance is increased by first retrieving the desired tag if available.
0 59 posted 10 years ago by jasonseney
Code is to demonstrate the use of DocumentBuilder to parse the XML file. And retrieve the data from it.
1 84 posted 10 years ago by PravinChk
SimpleSelector is a small DOM selector object with support for the most used selectors. It's also the default selector for the jLim JavaScript framework. Why use SimpleSelector? - very small, less than 2kb minified - easy to use with $$() - no...
1 106 posted 10 years ago by freelancephp
Basic create element and append it too another element.
0 59 posted 10 years ago by jasonseney
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