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Rick James wrote at 2009-12-12 01:48:12
It's because you're using the number of CHILD nodes. that's just a guess but maybe. Try starting with the fromNode's parentNode, and then copy all of ITS children nodes.


Rick James wrote at 2009-12-12 01:51:17
Correction, that would work only if the node you're replacing is the ONLY child node if its own parent node. otherwise you'd have to do an extra check which might add extra problems. But if it's the only child node of its own parent, then it could be much more efficient.


dnuske wrote at 2012-10-30 02:04:33
netscape? does the internet existed then? this post is quite old.


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