On 9 apr, 10:09, buda <www...@pochta.ru> wrote:
> It's clear that Element.Remove should clean all event handlers and
> storage for the removed element and its children or am I wrong?

I am not sure if that would be ideal, however, the documentation
clearly states Element.remove removes the given element from the DOM.

If you want to remove an element, including all its children and event
observers if available, it's best to write a custom function that does
this for you.
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