The onClick event on the referesh button for the Captcha won’t work when I click it, but this button works well when I open the Inspect mode in Chrome and click it, refreshing the captcha as expected. Here is my HTML code : Here is a screenshot of my UI : What could be the problem in my case ?
I’m building a Chrome Extension and I need users to be able to “detach” the extension from the default top-right location of the popup when they so desire. Note that I still want the extension to open normally when the icon is clicked. But I need that when a specific button is clicked, for the extension to close and immediately
When I add microsoft-edge prefix to the URL(microsoft-edge:https://google.com) it opens the page in edge regardless what browser i am using to run the app. Is there an equivalent prefix for chrome and Firefox ? Thank you in advance Answer If you are using Java and you want to run a certain browser with a certain link the only solution i
When using Drag & Drop elements most other elements contained in absolute positioned elements disappear from screen. If I resize the window these elements reappear but will again disappear when begining to drag. I’m experiencing this behavour in the latest version of Google Chrome (106 & Beta Version 107.0.5304.18) and now Edge. I’m unsure if this is a bug (I
I’ve been trying to create the API calls on my own because there is no API access. I was trying to do it with fetch api. However, some security measures block me from doing that. I could not find a way to get around this. Therefore, I am trying to find the function that the send button fires. Set variables
This code keeps returning ‘undefined’ for (names[i]). When I console.log() it loops through the array and prints Hello (names[i]) or Good Bye (names[i])what am I doing wrong? Answer Your issue is that you’re passing the name in as an argument to the speak function, however, in your definition of speak it doesn’t take an argument at all. You can fix
The MDN documentation for MutationObserver.observe() states that the first parameter passed into observe() should be “A DOM Node (which may be an Element) within the DOM tree to watch for changes, or to be the root of a subtree of nodes to be watched.” All the examples I’ve seen for high-level DOM observation advise passing in document.body here, but can
All of the information I can find on this is pretty old. Like the title says I am trying to make a global variable in one script and access it from another. The purpose of the extension is to search for a class named “page-title” and then return the innerHTML of that HTML element. Once I get the code working