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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #7676, comment 1


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Dec 1, 2010, 8:34:10 AM (8 years ago)
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ajpiano
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  • Ticket #7676, comment 1

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    1010but rather you do $("<div>Hello There</div>") which jQuery can parse into a valid document fragment.  JavaScript does not think in terms of markup strings, but rather Elements.
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    12 It is unfortunate that your expectation is so divergent with the way that jQuery works, but this is the way jQuery works.  Your statement that 99.9 per cent of the users expect it to work your way is clearly not based in fact, as a great many jQuery users understand this problem intuitively, having had JS experience, and others learn it when they are informed.  We understand that you are not trying to be offensive, but it is worth doing a bit of research before ranting as you have here.
     12It is unfortunate that your expectation is so divergent with the way that jQuery works, but this '''is''' the way jQuery works.  Your statement that 99.9 per cent of the users expect it to work your way is clearly not based in fact, as a great many jQuery users understand this problem intuitively, having had JS experience, and others learn it when they are informed.  We understand that you are not trying to be offensive, but it is worth doing a bit of research before ranting as you have here.
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    1414Thanks for your time and interest in helping jQuery!