When I saw the title, I was a little unsure, but I knew I had to share with you folks. I’ll do what I can to help you and if the next few days are stressful, I’ll be here.
That’s right. It’s a script that turns your browser into an empty browser. I believe it can be done using the standard jQuery library, but I can’t seem to find the right documentation on how to do it. If anyone knows the details, please let me know.
The script is pretty simple. It starts by creating a dummy element. It uses the class selector to select the element and then creates an empty element for it. It then sets up an empty document ready function. It then uses jQuery to iterate through each of the tags in the document and add a class to the corresponding element. It then runs this function on every element in the document until it finds an empty element, which it then removes. It then replaces the empty element with the dummy element.
To my knowledge, this is the first time I’ve heard of this. It’s almost like it’s a new programming feature or something.
A dummy element is a placeholder that we create every time we want to write a new element on the page.