JQuery :: Replace All Instances Of The String?

Jul 27, 2010

i have phone number on the page. Let's say 0208 123 45678 and i want to replace it with 0207 123 9999. Thing is, phone number is not in one type of tag, id or class.All i can tell you, it is somewhere throughout the body tag.

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JQuery :: Use .replaceWith To Target And Replace All Instances Of Simple Text String?

May 11, 2011

I am working on a site that has an acronym in the content that require a registered trademark symbol. This content is added via a CMS. I am currently having problems with the special character sticking when entered via the CMS textfield (it turns into a ? if the CMS page is edited and resaved), which brings me to my question:I would like to just enter the basic acronym via the CMS, like so: ACRONYM and then use the JQuery .replaceWith feathure to add the registered trademark to the ACRONYM dynamically so it will return: ACRONYM ® in place of all instances of ACRONYM that exist within a container div that has a lot of other content like so.I tried the following example and it worked in my webpage, but when I tried to change the code to replace just a text string instead of the p tag it did not work. I did not see an example of this in the documentation. So is this possible with .replaceWith and how would I fashion the code to look for the ACRONYM only? or is there some other method that is better suited fro what I am trying to do? [code]

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Jul 27, 2010

Here is my code:

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</script>

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Apr 27, 2010

I am looking for a script that will find and replace all instances of a word in the page. how ever there might be more than one instance. I'm not that crash hot on javascript and all i have at the moment is:

This script should look for UNASSIGNED and replace it with nothing

HTML Code:
function func1() {
var str=document.getElementById("UNASSIGNED");
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Aug 19, 2010

I ran into a problem that I could not fix myself, I am trying to replace a string with another string, the replace lines look like this:

Code:
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Apr 28, 2009

I would like to select the text of this td and replace with another string. How can that be accomplished?

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I tried with this without any success:
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Oct 26, 2011

I have the following plugin to "deobfuscate" an email:[code] At the moment I have two problems:

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Aug 4, 2009

I am running a search on my web site which uses jQuery to take the search terms and build up a URL based on them. For example, if someone searches for "chair" my URL will be appended with /chair/. However, if someone searches for something which is two words, for example "chair covers" I need the space in between to be replaced by a "+" sign so the URL will now be appended with /chair+covers/ I'm not sure if it is possible to string replace in jQuery?

Here is my current code:
function sendSearchInput(whichelement,hiddeninput,formid) {
hval = $("#"+hiddeninput).val();
$("#"+formid).submit(function() {
if ($("input:#"+whichelement).val() != hval) {
var searchval = $("#"+whichelement).val().toLowerCase();
$("#"+formid).attr("action","retail/search/"+searchval+"/");
return true;
}
$("input:#"+whichelement).focus();
return false;
});}

This will basically check that the form is not the default value (specified in the hidden field "hval") and then change the search term to lowercase and append the URK using "attr". I have tried a couple of methods including
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And then trying to alert "test" to check it but the function just simply doesn't work.

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Jul 25, 2009

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Nov 16, 2011

I'm trying to figure out how I replaces/removes parts of text in string in realtime using jQuery. This is what I got now:

PHP Code:
$str='Thisisa<b>test</b>.Itsnotgoingwell!';
echo'<divclass="element">';
echo'<span>'.$str.'</span>';
echo'</div>';
echo'<p>Remove</p>';
Code JavaScript:
$('p').click(function() {
$('.element span').each(function() {
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console.log($(this).text());
var text = $(this).text().replace(test, '');
$(this).text(text);
});
});

The problem: As above nothing happens. If I use the var test = 'not'; instead of the array part it works except it also removes the <b> tags? How do I get the array part to work and why is it removing htmltags when executed?

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Aug 13, 2011

I've seen an other post talking about not being able to perform a .html().replace() also, but no one replied.

[URL]

Why is this? I ran into the same problem and from what I was seeing, the replace() was only replacing the very first match. My work around was pretty simple, I just keep running replace() until it was done, but I'm dumbfounded as to why this would need to be done.

while (newLastRow.html().indexOf(settings.placeholder) > -1){
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As with the other post, I'm dynamically adding html to the page using a template, where the replace() method is updating the IDs of the fields when adding a new instance.

What's special about the value returned by the html() method? Is there a different preferred way to do this?

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var initec = function(){
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I was tring to write a function to make that took the letters that a
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>From reading javascript books and looking at posts in this group, I

thought this would work. Perhaps I misunderstood what $1 is. But in
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How can I determine what the occurrence of the phrase is in the
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I realize I can write this parsing the string without regular
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Jul 20, 2005

Three questions

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I have a string function that works perfectly but according to W3C.org
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2)

While I'm on the subject, anyone know why they implemented replace using
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3)

One last regexp question:
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This is just an example where a sub-match used in a regular expression
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Can someone help my syntax?

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