Read Html Comments With JS?

Jul 12, 2011

How can I read html comments with JS?

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Read The Value Of A Field In A Html Form?

Nov 1, 2010

I need to read the value of a field filed in a html form and compose a query in javascript


var myText=$.trim($('#textfield').val());
var query='script.php?textfield=' + myText;

However, if myText has empty spaces the query wont work. So how can I properly format that query?

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Apr 2, 2010

for example there is site with address, that has the price of some product:<div id="product1">price: 100$</div>now I wanna make site and then, I wanna read the price of product1 which is in the site www.X.comwe can read the value in the html site with javascript command like this:String s = document.getElementById("product1").valuebut how can we read this value in out of that site automatically?

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May 21, 2006

I have an html-file on my Harddisk, there is some javascript in it. Simplyfied it should work like this: The script should put the html-page delivered by the webadress in a variable called the Source.

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Mar 24, 2009

I`m trying to write XML in HTML and read it with JavaScript [code]...

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Nov 1, 2010

I am working on a simple tool for my office.We have a very huge database with 5000 tables. All the tables, Columns and their attributes are stored in to excel sheet.

Tool I am designing is for mapping between front end and back end values. Now I will use an image (front end screen of our application) , when user clicks it, I need the HTML to access the excel sheet and display the back end field,the name of tables it can be found in and other data related to that field

Simply,I want to pull data from excel and display them differently for each different click. I want to pass the parameter on click and filter a column in excel with it and display the entire set of sheet with this criteria. Is this possible? or am I expecting too much

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How To Read/modify A Cell Of A HTML Table With A JavaScript

Nov 10, 2005

I'd like to read and modify a cell (e.g. 'Text 1') in the following HTML table with a javascript:


<table id = "MyTable">
<tr id = "Row1">
<td width = "40%">
Text 1
<td width = "60%">
Text 2


var table = document.getElementById("MyTable");
I can access the table and with
... table.rows[var_tabelle.rows.length - 1].firstChild

I can somehow access the row. But I can't read and also not change the

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JQuery :: Read Cross-domain HTML Content?

Sep 23, 2009

since a few days i try to load external html content from another domain. obviosly it is hard to access cross domain content wit
javascript ajax methodes. first i' ve tried iframes but access denied. after that I' ve tried $.ajax but all request returned zero byte data from server. here is a way that seems to work but raise an error while processing data from text to json object


i can see the server response in firebug and it requests the html data. but as i sayd i raise an error while converting to json. any chance to get raw data before jquery konversion? or maybe any other way (s) to request html data in text format from cross domain?

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Unable To Read From And Generate HTML File Output

Mar 27, 2009

I am a newbie to Javascript and JSP. I wish to create a jsp file to read the inputs from an html (registration form called member.html), check validity of inputs using javascript and finally generate an ouput as an html file displaying the user inputs. Following is the code for the member.html file

<TITLE>New member application form</TITLE>
<script language="JavaScript" src="javaScript.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<!--<HEAD><H2><P align = "center">Welcome...</P></H2>-->
<H2><P align = "center"> Member Registration Form </p></H2>
<BODY> .....

The error I experience is that nothing happens when I click submit button. I have installed Tomcat 6.0 and do not seem to have issues with that.

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HTML File Takes A Lot Of Time To Read The Script ?

Apr 24, 2010

I have a very large tree data structure and I want to display some of its sections on a HTML page. I wrote the following JavaScript that loads parts of the tree dynamically injecting the desired HTML code.

<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"/>[code]....

Each show_xxxxxxxx() function displays desired part of the tree on HTML.The problem is each time I load the HTML file it takes a lot of time to read the JavaScript (there are many show_xxxxxxxx() functions with a lot of HTML to insert).Is it possible to cache the loaded JavaScript into browser memory so it won't read the entire script when I reload the page with different content?

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Read CSV File And Display In Table Form Using HTML?

Mar 2, 2011

I try to write a script that can read a csv file and then display it on the browser in table form by using HTML and save the file as .jsp. But , I couldnt read the data from the file. Anyone can help ??

Below here is my codes ..


// Create some variables
var datafile = "student.csv";
var fso, fin, fout;


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JQuery :: Read An External Html File And Put The Content In A Variable

Jul 15, 2011

I trying to get an html page using the $.get method and assign the result to a variable, using this code:

var html;
$.get('templates/Template.html', function(data) {
html variable, in this case, is null...


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Read A Csv Database Then Transfer The Relevant Information Into An Html Form Field Client Side

Nov 12, 2005

Is there a way to read a csv database then transfer the relevant information into an html form field client side.

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Jul 24, 2011

I was wondering how to get a form to request name and comment and then post them on a page. I know how to get it to post to a mysql database and then have the displaying page pull the data and post it in a table, but I'm not sure if this is the correct/best way to do it. Do most people use AJAX or something else, or just do the mysql thing?

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Allow Facebook Comments On Site?

Jan 31, 2011

I have been working on this for four hours and none of the methods online have worked. Every site has outdated screenshots and I have nowhere else to turn. There's supposedly just a couple of lines of code and "3 easy steps" to allow me to have a Facebook comment box on any page of my site. I DO NOT use Wordpress or any blogging software / sites. I am working from scratch in Dreamweaver.

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Show / Hide Comments Box?

Mar 25, 2011

I have a 10 checkboxes on a form. When the user clicks one of the boxes the rest are hidden and a comments box shows. That works great, the part I can't figure out is how to make all the boxes show again if the user unchecks the checkbox and make the comments box hide again.[code]...

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Nov 23, 2005

I'm from a non-profit organization, working for gender equality. We wish to get a small message across to sister blogs (blogs with a common thread, purpose) Code:

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JQuery :: Lazy Load Using Comments

Nov 16, 2011

I'm looking to implement: [url]

The demo taken from: [url]

However the content for the LazyLoad is within comments - which means that if the page is loaded with JS switched off, the page fails to load as all the content is commented out.

The use of comments comes from the JS line: if (child.nodeType === 8) // 8 is a comment node It'd be better if this could come from the Div so that the content shows if there's no JS

How to write it something like: if (child.nodeType === "div")

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Feb 1, 2011

I have the following code:

<![if lt IE 7]>
<script type="text/javascript">


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Jan 10, 2011

Here is Javascript to show and hide my comments div:
<script language=javascript type='text/javascript'>
function showdiv() {
if (document.getElementById) {
// DOM3 = IE5, NS6
document.getElementById('comments').style.visibility = 'visible';
} else {
if (document.layers) { // Netscape 4
document.hideShow.visibility = 'visible';
} else { // IE 4 = 'visible';
function hidediv() {
if (document.getElementById) { // DOM3 = IE5, NS6
document.getElementById('comments').style.visibility = 'hidden';
} else {
if (document.layers) { // Netscape 4
document.hideShow.visibility = 'hidden';
} else { // IE 4 = 'hidden';
I would now like to animate the div fading or moving down

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Jul 19, 2009

So in the past I've mostly just copy and pasted other JavaScript functions I needed, and made slight modifications based on my exact needs. However, this time I couldn't find anything that would work with what I wanted to do (show and hide comments on news stories in a particular way), so I decided to just make my own.After a few hours of messing around with it, I'm quite exasperated, because what I have looks like it should work, but for some reason I can't identify, doesn't.Essentially what it should do is, find the table with the ID of the news article whose comments are being toggled, then find all the rows in the table that are labeled as comments, and either show them or hide them, based on their current state (as defined by their class with a "display: none;" in it or not).

Obviously it uses PHP, but I know that's not the problem; it just uses the article's ID number to pass on which comments need to be hidden/shown to the function.From everything I've looked up, this should work, but doesn't. Something peculiar, though, is that the function looks like it's not even being called; I put a simple alert('Test'); in the function, and still nothing happened when I clicked the link. So maybe my function is fine in itself, but I'm just calling it in an incorrect manner?

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Facebook Autoliking Script For Images / Comments And Status?

Sep 13, 2011

I need a script that can go on someone's facebook profile and like everything, including all their photos and such and all of their statuses and comments on their statuses. I don't intend to use this for too terribly much evil, just winning a notification spam fight.

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Jul 12, 2011

I am using a framework, which returns invalid JSON Strings like:

/* { "myobject" : "test"} */

The error is the comments before and after the json string. This has been invented for security reasons. As the www says returning JSON directly is somehow discouraged because it can be exploited. I am not a security expert at all but would like to go conform with this recommendation. However, now I get this string above with header type "application/json" Can I somehow hook into jQuery and tell it to remove /* */ from the json string by default before parsing the json and breaking it into objects?

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Is there any way to make a SELECT field in HTML as a read only field?

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Remove Comments Tag "<!--" ?

Jan 7, 2010

Is there any javascript regex to remove the html comments, i want to be able to view what it is in the comments.

if <!-- comment here -->

will become "comment here"

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JQuery :: Can Flag "nice Addition" "very Useful" Comments In The Documentation?

Feb 2, 2010

I started looking at the new docs today and I'm seeing a lot of noise in the comments... people have posted comments like "thanks", "very useful", "great addition". For example, see the .toArray() page.I could add a "very useful" comment to about 50 jQuery pages -- would anyone care if I liked those? I don't think they should. , these kinds of comments are better suited to personal blogs.Is it okay to flag these comments so they get removed? or is that an improper use of flagging?

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