In the code below I demonstrate its use on all the nodes discussed in this book live code: An already-visited link is shown in purple. Clicking on this link tag will take you to another page elsewhere on the website or to another website on the Internet.
This has happened to me. Note that you should never create a function using the normal function construct inside an 'if' statement or any equivalent control structure: Someday people may try to contact you only to discover that your own old email address no longer works.
Below I detail the values returned for nodeType and nodeName for the node objects discussed in this book. As a result, the alert here will show '7', since the value held by the global variable is changed when the function is run.
This makes it very easy to reuse code without having to repeat it within your script.
Below I use the cloneNode method again but this time we clone all of the child nodes as well. This window will have the dimensions and and it will be resizable. Imagine doing this dozens or hundreds of times a day, just to discover that the incoming message is spam.
If the throwaway address starts getting spam, you literally throw it away -- put an autoresponder on it directing readers to your new address, and start over with another address.
The exception is onmouseover, where returning true will stop the mouseover from having any effect such as with a link, where returning true will stop the link url from being displayed in the status bar.
Nested functions It is possible to create functions inside other functions. If you're not receiving hundreds of spams a day, it's because ISP's devote considerable resources to blocking and filtering spam so you never see it.
Incidentally, this is why methods like alert can be called using either alert or window. For example, if a user clicks on a small icon of an image, you can get a new window to pop open with the full-size version of that image.
However, the variable 'a' has survived, so the alert will display the number NodeList of the immediate child nodes. You have my permission and the permission of the publishers to do so.
Users no longer have this useful option because of spam. Webmasters who aren't super-cautious have their feedback forms hijacked by spammers anyway. You can put instructions about that in there, but then the page starts getting cluttered.
Congratulations, you're screwed either way.
Obviously this is more likely if you're buying something from a spam email, or if you're buying something sleazy itself pharmaceuticals, porn.
There is not much point in doing that here, but it becomes very useful when creating object methods these will be covered in detail in a later chapter.
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