Category : addeventlistener

I have a input tag which is created dynamically. I want to listen for it’s enter key keyup. I searched the internet and found only JQUERY solutions. I prefer Vanilla Javascirpt. I have tried the following code, which seems not to work because, Ii cant select the specific element document.addEventListener("keyup", function(event) { if (event.keyCode === ..

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<div class="button"> <ul id=’modes’ class=’flex-row-wrap’> <li class="list-btn"><a href="#">Btn1</a> <i class="favorite"> <svg aria-hidden="true" focusable="false" data-prefix="fas" data-icon="heart" class="svg-inline–fa fa-heart fa-w-16" role="img" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 512 512"> <path fill="currentColor" d="M462.3 62.6C407.5 15.9 326 24.3 275.7 76.2L256 96.5l-19.7-20.3C186.1 24.3 104.5 15.9 49.7 62.6c-62.8 53.6-66.1 149.8-9.9 207.9l193.5 199.8c12.5 12.9 32.8 12.9 45.3 0l193.5-199.8c56.3-58.1 53-154.3-9.8-207.9z"></path> </svg> </i> </li> <li class="list-btn"><a href="#">Button ..

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HTML code <button id="leave-button">Leave Room</button> Client side code const $leaveRoom = document.querySelector(‘#leave-button’); let a = 1; $leaveRoom.addEventListener(‘click’, () => { console.log(a); console.log("check"); a++; $leaveRoom.click(); console.log(a); a++; }); The Output was: 1 check 2 check 3 4 This question may sound dumb but I am new to JavaScript. I am not able to understand the program ..

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I am trying to add an even listener to sign in button of LinkedIn’s first page which looks like this: <button class="sign-in-form__submit-button" data-tracking-control-name="homepage-basic_signin-form_submit-button" data-tracking-litms="" type="submit"> Sign in </button> I am developing a password manager extension and I am planning to get user name and password when user clicks on sign in button however the below ..

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