I just searched Google for pseudo-elements and pseudo-classes and i found examples on them. (:before, :first-line, :first-letter, :target, :lang, :checked, and :first-child).
my question is: if in jquery selectors ':myfilter' means that the elements should be filtered according to myfilter filter, so how can I select a pseudo-element using jquery.
:first-line and :first-letter aren't directly supported, but you might be able to find ways to work around it. For example, this SO answer[^] has a function to return the first line of an element, but it involves a lot of DOM manipulation.
:before doesn't exist in the DOM, so there's really no way to manipulate it using jQuery.
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This is disappointing, In google chrome inspect element, you can see the pseudo-elements :before and :after presented as separate nodes like ::bafore and ::after. but i couldn't fetch them using .chldren, .childNodes, nor with JQuery.
I'm trying to transfer data between input type elements (from textbox to dropdownlist)follow the steps below ...
1. from the first row, key data "aaa" then click "+" button.
2. from the second row, key data "bbb" then click "+" button.
3. click "refresh key drivers" button.
4. problem : the display in dropdownlist is "aaa" and "aaa" (I want it to be "aaa" and "bbb"). How should I solve from source code ?
Here is captured screen and source code :
you are duplicating the textbox each time with the same id, which is invalid.
then you retrieve the value of the first element in the document with that id, this would return the same value each time.
instead you can give the textbox an unique id each time or use document.getElementsByName() (you should then add the attribute name instead id in the textbox tag).
I have a deployment environment that contains 2 server A and B both are configured to use a load balance system. Now the connection has been upgraded to SSL and we need to install certificate to both system. Can you please help me informing,
1. Do I need to have same certificated installed in both system (A and B) or different certificate in both (A contains a certificate and B contains another
Thanks Rene. I am yet to get some information from actual environment (information such as some more details about load balancer and if in our target environment we have sticky session or not. I will get back as soon as I get some of this information.
My application is developed using VC++. This application, create shared memory using C++. My Requirement is:
1. PHP read and write this shared memory.
2. displaying those values in browser.
your suggestion highly appreciate. Kindly help on this.
My UI calls through the proxy into the controllers, which calls to the DAL. The DAL returns a populated Response object back to the controllers. When the Responses get back to the proxy, they are always null.
If I paste the URI's into IE, I get back JSON with data in it. So it looks like some kind of serialization problem.
I am still stuck on this. I thought I might have solved it, but it's stil bot working.
None of my controller methods are deserializing the return objects. All methods return null.
However, if I paste the URL into a browser, it displays the JSON correctly. I have no clue what's wrong, and I don't know how to debugs this. I get no errors or other problem indicators.
Any ideas on what's wrong? Can you point me in the right direction for debugging this?
I figured out the problem...
I'm using custom response objects that I'm returning from the all the way back to the UI. The base Response object has a property to hold the data. It is of type object, which from what I'm seeing in Google searches, cannot be deserialized. So the entire result object is being returned as null.