Morning Discussion

By Jeff "geedeck" Gondek, Nov 28, 2007 11:00pm PST Ladies and gentlemen, I bid you good morning. Things are looking pretty good around here, there's a fresh contest going on so bring your best writing chops to the table. I haven't had many chances to gather friends up for Rock Banding, but I'm glad those cries of busted guitars are being addressed.

So with the holiday gaming rush finally in control, I think it's fair to look forward a skosh. Post what game or sequel would you like to see announced in the next year. Give a bit of logic, no one really needs to be told Madden 08, but some justification of it's existence would be nice. I'll randomly toss out a Left4Dead t-shirt to someone tomorrow.

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  • javascript dudes - return of the dom(i)!

    XPath'ing firefox related question.

    If you have multiple divs. You have multiple divs (eg. IDs = myStory_1, myStory_2, myStory_3) which each in turn contain a few of their own elements.

    Is this incorrect to obtain all hyperlinks with title 'name' located in 'myStory_2' ?


    var cNode = document.getElementById('myStory_2');

    var searchLinks = document.evaluate("//a[contains(@title, 'name')]", cNode, null, XPathResult.UNORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE, null);


    For some reason this is return always the 'name' hyperlink in myStory_1 for me when I explicity set the root contextNode to begin in myStory_2 ?

    HAAAAAALP! Documentation on this seems to be fairly meager online.