My Js code below is a quiz game. Each question takes up a full page, which means we have to change all the content every time the user presses the next button. My issue is, i can’t seem to get the image to switch to the next by fully replacing it. In my case the new images just go to
How can I make a style event with addEventListener to multiple Nodes
I am trying to set a style event for a multiple images tags and I can’t: the error is in the anonymous function of the event when I put into a loop to make the effect individually and for all galleries in the document with images[i]. Why ? : Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property ‘style’ of undefined at HTMLImageElement.<anonymous> Answer
I need to detect focus event on all HTML input elements on page without addEventListener and without HTML attribute
I need to detect focus event on all HTML input elements on the page without using addEventListener and without HTML attributes I was able to do that with the click event by: But when i do like that for onfocus it just fires when the focus occurs in the document itself. Is there a way I could to it the
How can I limit the div (autocomplete-item) created by JS for autocomplete search?
I have created a autocomplete search box using the code in the link: w3schools I am using a list of 3000 cities (JSON file). When performing the search, the search list is too long. How can I limit the size of the divs being created by JS or even set a fixed height for the division containing that list and
I want to look for a resize event and then set the graph’s current width based upon widow width. Below is the code that registers an event inside the useEffect – None of the above logs working. And if I use onresize to listen event it works. This is happening for Chrome as well for Mozilla. What I am doing
How to pass “this” and another variable in EventListener?
I have a function in my addEventListener (#btn-1) that I want to remove eventually. I know that saving the function to a variable is the way to do it, but passing the “this” won’t work unless it’s wrapped in a function, which in turn won’t be able to be removed now because it’s either an anonymous function or it’s not
Should the HTML element dispatch `beforeinput` events?
The MDN page for beforeinput states that: The DOM beforeinput event fires when the value of an <input>, <select>, or <textarea> element is about to be modified <select> is clearly mentioned as supporting the beforeinput event. This also seems to be true based on my simple reading of the spec: Trusted Targets: Element (specifically: control types such as HTMLInputElement, etc.)
Populate next empty text input based on a button click
I have a simple set of buttons that may be clicked in any order. When clicked the button should fill the next available text box. So far I have only been able to make the button click populate the text box that is in focus. This only really fulfils half of my task. At the moment I am only looking
Fire event on radio group after some time delay
I am searching for a solution to let an event fire on a radio group after some time delay. Specifically, I need to ask users a question and want to submit their input without having the users click a separate button. At the same time, it shall be possible that the user clicks different radio buttons while considering the answer.
Why I can’t do with Switch-Case what I do with If-Else in JS?
Can you help about the JS DOM example below, The if-else structure I specified in example 1 works, but the switch-case structure I specified in example 2 does not work. The switch-case structure does not work, although they both function the same. Why ? Thanks — Example 1 / Works — — Example 2 / Doesn’t work — Answer Please