element-arrayer
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element-arrayer

Installation

To install, in terminal type

	npm i --save element-arrayer

then, in your project,

import ElementArrayer from 'element-arrayer'

or

import {DocumentArrayer} from 'element-arrayer'

DocumentArrayer Returns ElementArrayer but for the document, so it behaves a little differently from the others.

ElementArrayer(HTMLElement)

Manipulates a supplied Element so that any many of the returns that would provide an HTML element as an ElementArrayer of that element, and those that would provide an HTMLCollection provide an Array of ElementArrayers for that element,

Class Variables

elem: ElementArrayer
the HTMLElement being targeted by the ElementArrayer.

children: ElementArrayer[]
childNodes: ElementArrayer[]
firstChild: ElementArrayer | null
firstElementChild: ElementArrayer | null
lastChild: ElementArrayer | null
nextSibling: ElementArrayer | null
previousSibling: ElementArrayer | null
parentElement: ElementArrayer | null
parentNode: ElementArrayer | null
Identical to their normal counterparts, but they return ElementArrayer objects instead of elements and Arrays instead of HTMLCollections.

Methods

Document only

getElementById(id: string)
byId(id: string) Identical to getElementsById except it returns an ElementArrayer object .

getElementsByName (name: string) => ElementArrayer[]
byName: (name: string) => ElementArrayer[]
Identical to getElementsByName except it returns an array of ElementArrayer objects.

Any element

getElementsByTagNameNS(namespaceURI, localName: string): ElementArrayer[]
getElementsByTagNameNS(qualifiedName: string, localName: string): ElementArrayer[]
byTagNameNS(namespaceURI, localName: string): ElementArrayer[]
byTagNameNS(qualifiedName: string, localName: string): ElementArrayer[]
Identical to getElememtsByTagNameNS except it returns an array of ElementArrayer objects.

getElementsByTagName (tagName: string): ElementArrayer[]
byTagName (tagName: string): ElementArrayer[]
Identical to getElementsByTagName except it returns an array of ElementArrayer objects.

getElementsByClassName(classNames: string): ElementArrayer[]
byClassName(classNames: string): ElementArrayer[]
Identical to getElementsByClassName except it returns an array of ElementArrayer objects.

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