And multiple other divs with similar structure, id="2", "3" etc, I want to access the <p> tags to change style-- so that, for example, the last paragraph in all of the divs would change.
To access the last paragraph, I've tried:
--which generates an error message that the function itself is undefined.
There's till something I'm not understanding about using node-seekers with classes of tags. But if I can get it right, it saves giving each of the <p> tags a class, which would be easier, but code-heavy.
I have an <a> tag that inside it has text. I want to select just a certain area. For example lets say we have this: <a name="product">Apple Price:$5.00</a> Lets say I have that and I want to go to this tag named product and want to just grab $5.00. How can I do that. How can I convert that to a number?
Also, what if I want to change that price to $0.00 how would you do that? does jquery do regular expressions?
I need to do all that. be able to replace $5.00 the dollar amount to any other amount.
I also do want to grab the dollar value and use it as a number. To compute the total charges.How would one do this?
My question is located here:[URL]... what I have is div 1 this div 1 has <a> tags appended to this div. It's a list of items the client selected to buy. so I have these <a> tags. I want to generate a invoice or a summary of the order and append the new <a> tags in a new div we will call this div 2.
for example lets say I have 5 apples at $1 each ordered and 3 oranges at $5 each for one order placed In div 2 I want to go to div 1 and grab the text name of the item and only grab the names once. No need to have multiple of the same item names. I will then create a new <a> tag and then append it to that div 2. Inside these <a> tag will be something like: Apple amount order 5 total $5.00 Orange amount order 3 total $15.00 Total amount due: $20.00 so in div 1 there be lots of <a> tags and you will see at least 3 apples ordered but it be listed as aseparateitem.
In the invoice or summary of the order I want to sum up the order. So I just want to let the client know your ordering 3 apples at a total of $5 for those apples. You ordered 3 oranges at a total of $15 which makes the bill to come out to be $20 dollars.
how can I grab from the <a> tag list only text that hasn't been grabbed yet. I don't want to display the word apple 3 times since there are 3 times that the client selected to order. How can jquery filter such requests. I just want to grab the text or names of the items. Then display that name once. if that name appears more then once in the div 1 then in div 2 you will say just the item name once but show how many of that item you ordered.
I am trying to append to a text node(which is contained in another element) a string but i canot. Here is the code-tell me please where is the error below because i cannot spot it.The containing element is a div class with name calendar, as you can see. Inside the calendar the current month is displayed(not shown here-which i get with the date object), i want to append to the month the test p.
Why does Firefox insert #text nodes as children of TR elements?
As a work-around for older Safari versions not properly supporting a table row's cells collection, I used the row's childNodes collection as it was pretty much exactly the same thing. However, in Firefox 1.0.7 text nodes are inserted between the TDs. I'm certain that this didn't use to happen with older versions.
The HTML specification states that the only element that can be the child of a TR is a TD, so why does Firefox put text nodes in there?
If this how the DOM is supposed to be built, can someone give me a reference to where it states that? Or should this be reported as a Firefox bug?