Sorry, but I'm afraid your "simple-but-not-smart way" addresses the problem
because I am observing elements with class, not id.
On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 2:30 AM, Frédéric <f...@gbiloba.org> wrote:
> On jeudi 31 décembre 2009, kimbaudi wrote:
> > Hi, I know how to observe elements with class="test". However, I would
> > like to know how I would be able to observe elements with
> > class="test_1", class="test_2" and class="test_3" or
> > class="first_test", class="second_test" and class="third_test". Here
> > is my pastie url that observes elements with class="test" and alerts
> > the innerHTML of these elements: http://pastie.org/762352. Can someone
> > please show me a code that will alert the innerHTML of elements that
> > have classes "test_1", "test_2", "test_3" and elements that have
> > classes "first_test", "second_test", "third_test"? I am familiar w/
> > to know how to achieve this.
> A simple-but-not-smart way is to parse all dom elements and observe all id
> containting 'test'...
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