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  1. DILEMMA: I have a fairly complex JSON object that is introduced via an AJAX call. Unfortunately, my control panel tells me that it is undefined. Is this because it has no value? Or, is it because I do not know how to read the value properly? {"lastVisits"[{"firstVisit":{"prettyDate":"Monday, May 14, 2018"}}]} The name of the variable into which it is read is visitor_data. Am I reading the value of correctly? visitor_data.lastVisits[0].firstVisit.prettyDate Roddy
  2. Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/NewTabUtils.jsm"); var { links: gLinks, allPages: gAllPages, linkChecker: gLinkChecker, pinnedLinks: gPinnedLinks, blockedLinks: gBlockedLinks, gridPrefs: gGridPrefs } = NewTabUtils; and the scipt of NewTabUtils.jsm is /** * Singleton that provides the public API of this JSM. */ this.NewTabUtils = { a_Property_is_here: false, Some_Method_A: function Some_Method_A() { } Some_Method_B: function Some_Method_A() { } And_so_on: function And_so_on() { } links: Links, allPages: AllPages, linkChecker: LinkChecker, pinnedLinks: PinnedL
  3. Hi, Is it possible to access property of the object using variable, for example I have the object named "objExample" with properties named: Property1 Property2 Property3 Property4 ... Property10 I would like to access all of these properties in FOR loop using variable propertyName = " Property " & i in each step, but I don't know how to make it. The code below it's an simple example of my problem ("???" indicates piece of code which I missing): Dim i Dim propertyName Dim objExample Set objExample = ....... For i = 1 To 10 propertyName = " Property
  4. Good afternoon Can someone explain to me the difference between these properties, please? As for me are one and the same. Regards: Marek
  5. <!DOCTYPE html><html><head><script>function myFunction(e){ alert(e.target);}</script></head><body onclick="myFunction(event)"><p>Click on a paragraph. An alert box will alert the element that triggered the event.</p><p><strong>Note:</strong> The target property returns the element that triggered the event, and not necessarily the eventlistener's element.</p></body></html> Hi guys, I am really struggling with this right now, please help. As you can see the above, I don't really understand these lines of co
  6. I’m working my way through Javascript Step by Step (Steve Suehring, Microsoft Press) and I’m having difficulty understanding the way the words ‘object’ and ‘property’ are used in the book. In this post I will put verbatim extracts from the book in blue. Things start off simply enough: You can create an object in Javascript in two ways: * Using the new keyword, as shown here: var star = now Object; * Using curly braces, as shown here: var star = {}; The author explains there is no concept of classes in Javascript, but shows how to create objects using pseudo-class constructors: var star
  7. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /><title>Untitled Document</title><script>var left;function setStyle(element,property){ if(window.getComputedStyle){ left = window.getComputedStyle(element,null).getPropertyValue(property); } else { left = element.currentStyle.property; }}function getStyle(){document.getElementById("show").innerHTML = left;}
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