dom-wrap

Make dom elements easier to work with

dom-wrap

Make dom elements easier to work with.

var wrap = require('dom-wrap');
 
var dom = wrap(document.querySelector('#example'));
 
// insert dom 
dom.appendTo(document.body);
 
// remove dom 
dom.remove();
 
// handle links 
dom.on('click', function (href) {
  console.log('clicked: ' + href);
});
 
// hide & show 
dom.hide();
dom.show();
 
// find children 
dom.find('#foo');
dom.findAll('.bar');
 
// do something with the underlying dom 
dom.dom./*...*/

All methods are chainable.

Returns a new dom-wrap.

Emitted whenever a relative link is clicked, instead of leading away.

Add dom as a child to el.

Remove the wrapped dom from the page.

Show the dom.

Hide the dom.

Uses querySelector / querySelectorAll.

The underlying dom.

With npm do

$ npm install dom-wrap

(MIT)

Copyright (c) 2013 Julian Gruber <julian@juliangruber.com>

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