Category : javascript

For some reason, I can set the select option in a dropdown list using javascript without a problem but when I execute the same code using an event listener the option does not change. html: <select id="sel"> <option value="car">1</option> <option value="bike">2</option> <option value="cycle">3</option> </select> <button id = "button", type = "button" class = "">Test</button> Javascript: ..

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I have a raw paste data link for Pastebin (https://pastebin.com/raw/7MsCXvzL) that I want to make run with a function like loadPaste(‘https://pastebin.com/raw/7MsCXvzL’) (doesn’t have to be exactly that, just giving an example of what I mean). Once that little pastebin link is loaded, I want the JavaScript code at the link to run. How would I ..

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I am trying to get a current video progress value every 5 seconds so I can then make a post to the DB to store it againt User video progress table using JS and Plyr.js API but clearly doing something wrong. My code: player.on(‘timeupdate’, () => { const currentTime = document.getElementById(‘current-time’); currentTime.innerText = player.currentTime; let ..

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I’ve recently added eslint to my Typescript codebase. By default, it enables the @typescript-eslint/no-unsafe-member-access. And all of sudden, I’m getting tons of lint errors on my catch blocks. Is there a good workaround for this? Typescript does not allow me to type it as Error directly from the catch statement like catch(err: Error). I don’t ..

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To clarify the situation, I conducted a simple test, and below is a runnable code snippet: function test() { const str = ‘abcd’; alert(Array.prototype.reduce.call(str, (result, _, i, _str) => { if(!i) result.push(`str type: ${typeof str}`); else if(i === 1) result.push(`_str type: ${typeof _str}`); else if(i === 2) result.push(`_str === str: ${_str === str}`); else result.push(`str: ..

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How to disable "Next" button when fields aren’t correctly filled out? I would like block this step. I using passwordRules[] and emailRules[]. :disabled="" working for buttons in specific steps, but I don’t know how to use it for inputs rules. Could someone please help me solve this problem? Demo code: https://codepen.io/noobmaster2137/pen/JjbZLKz HTML: <div id="app"> <v-app ..

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I know the question I posted here seems very simple and our stack community have n number of answer on this, but my question is slightly different. <form action="{% url ‘payment’ item.slug %}" method="POST"> {% csrf_token %} <label class="radio-inline"> <h5> <input type="checkbox" class="radioCheck" required name="half_price" id=’c01′ value="{{item.half_price}}" onclick="check(this);" style=" margin-top: 20px; "{% if item.half_price %} ..

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