tinymce.html.Node

This class is a minimalistic implementation of a DOM like node used by the DomParser class.

Examples

var node = new tinymce.html.Node('strong', 1);
someRoot.append(node);

Constructors

name summary defined by
Node() Constructs a new Node instance. tinymce.html.Node

Methods

name summary defined by
append() Appends a new node as a child of the current node. tinymce.html.Node
attr() Gets/sets or removes an attribute by name. tinymce.html.Node
clone() Does a shallow clones the node into a new node. It will also exclude id attributes since there should only be one id per document. tinymce.html.Node
create() Creates a node of a specific type. tinymce.html.Node
empty() Removes all children of the current node. tinymce.html.Node
getAll() Get all children by name. tinymce.html.Node
insert() Inserts a node at a specific position as a child of the current node. tinymce.html.Node
isEmpty() Returns true/false if the node is to be considered empty or not. tinymce.html.Node
remove() Removes the node from it's parent. tinymce.html.Node
replace() Replaces the current node with the specified one. tinymce.html.Node
unwrap() Unwraps the node in other words it removes the node but keeps the children. tinymce.html.Node
walk() Walks to the next or previous node and returns that node or null if it wasn't found. tinymce.html.Node
wrap() Wraps the node in in another node. tinymce.html.Node

Constructors

Node

public constructor function Node(name:String, type:Number)

Constructs a new Node instance.

Parameters

Methods

append

append(node:tinymce.html.Node):tinymce.html.Node

Appends a new node as a child of the current node.

Examples
node.append(someNode);
Parameters
Return value

attr

attr(name:String, value:String):String, tinymce.html.Node

Gets/sets or removes an attribute by name.

Examples
someNode.attr("name", "value"); // Sets an attribute
console.log(someNode.attr("name")); // Gets an attribute
someNode.attr("name", null); // Removes an attribute
Parameters
Return value

clone

clone():tinymce.html.Node

Does a shallow clones the node into a new node. It will also exclude id attributes since there should only be one id per document.

Examples
var clonedNode = node.clone();
Return value

create

create(name:String, attrs:Object)

Creates a node of a specific type.

Parameters

empty

empty():tinymce.html.Node

Removes all children of the current node.

Return value

getAll

getAll(name:String):Array

Get all children by name.

Parameters
Return value

insert

insert(node:tinymce.html.Node, ref_node:tinymce.html.Node, before:Boolean):tinymce.html.Node

Inserts a node at a specific position as a child of the current node.

Examples
parentNode.insert(newChildNode, oldChildNode);
Parameters
Return value

isEmpty

isEmpty(elements:Object):Boolean

Returns true/false if the node is to be considered empty or not.

Examples
node.isEmpty({img: true});
Parameters
Return value

remove

remove():tinymce.html.Node

Removes the node from it's parent.

Examples
node.remove();
Return value

replace

replace(node:tinymce.html.Node):tinymce.html.Node

Replaces the current node with the specified one.

Examples
someNode.replace(someNewNode);
Parameters
Return value

unwrap

unwrap()

Unwraps the node in other words it removes the node but keeps the children.

Examples
node.unwrap();

walk

walk(prev:Boolean):tinymce.html.Node

Walks to the next or previous node and returns that node or null if it wasn't found.

Parameters
Return value

wrap

wrap()

Wraps the node in in another node.

Examples
node.wrap(wrapperNode);

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