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#13379 invalid parseHTML() [email protected] [email protected]
Description

var doms = parseHTML(str, document, true); the "script" tag not include in the return value. I check the source of the 1.9.0.There must be a bug.

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#212 invalid Rhonda [email protected]
Description

If I have document <div id=lst></div> then $(‘#lst/div’).length gives error, but $(‘#lst’).find(‘div’).length gives 0

Rev: 249 Date: 2006-08-31 13:26:31 -0400 (Thu, 31 Aug 2006)

#229 worksforme it is impossible to implicitly abandon search context (without .end()) [email protected]
Description

This issue is similar to #48 I want to be able to abandon search context by making separate js statement without using .end() I can not do that because jquery preserves context across js statements If I have jquery object node then the following 2 blocks are equivalent, but they shoutl not be: 1) node.find('td.id').html('123') node.find('td.name').html('Aleksey P') 2) node.find('td.id').html('123').find('td.name').html('Aleksey P')

In order to achieve proper results block 1 must look like: node.find('td.id').html('123').end() node.find('td.name').html('Aleksey P').end() ,which is ugly

Easy way to overcome that problem extending jquery is this: jQuery.prototype.$=function(path){return $(this).find(path)} Then my block#1 will look like: node.$('td.id').html('123') node.$('td.name').html('Aleksey')

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