replace text within an element
Replace text within an element with another element. Handles all the DOM manipulations.
Install with component(1):
$ component install automattic/replace-text
var p = document;pinnerHTML = 'Not <u>all</u> that glitters is gold';pinnerHTML // Not <u>ALL</u> that glitters is gold
var p = document;pinnerHTML = 'Not <u>all</u> those who <mark>wan</mark>der are lost';;pinnerHTML // Not <u>all</u> those who <u><mark>wan</mark>der</u> are lost
var p = document;var rurl = /https?:\/\//;pinnerHTML = 'Welcome to <mark>!</mark>';;pinnerHTML // Welcome to <mark><a href="">automattic.com</a>!</mark>
Replace all occurences of
match may be a string or a regexp. Replacement may be a string, element, or function.
If you pass a function as the replacement, the signature is as follows:
replacement(match, range, [fn]).
replace-text uses the return value of the function to do the replacement. The return value can be an element or string.
If you include the
fn in the replacement function's signature, the replacement is considered asynchronous. Here's an example:
var city = 'Stockholm, Sweden';;
The MIT License (MIT)
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