Mackney: It does the same thing, so for me the difference is only in preformance?
Jemmings: Jose3_: yeah read about those
Doulani: Detach will remove the element itself
Lanehart: Not remove all children
Saxton: Var smt = selector.detach
Worm: But if you remove root it will wipe all childeren right?
Lux: Then you have to recreate the root
Stackpole: If all you want to do is remove the children
Katsaounis: Plus by detaching the root, you’ve lost where it was placed
Marley: You seem to have a hate for empty, 😛
Danko: Empty sounds like erasing context instead of removing title
Browers: I dont know jquery has close method
Folken: I couldnt ocover use cases now
Phetteplace: Nothing inherently about empty has anything to do with a ‘title’
Vendelin: Taplar: it is metaphor
Tosti: Taplar: briefly you said there is only one datepicker and it is re-used
Spirer: Did i understand true?
Obrian: That make sense actually
Bingaman: So there is no way to select ui-datepicker-title seperately
Dworak: So how can i do this seperation i dont know
Bullocks: Because i have to input box
Wilbourne: Think about manipulating the one datepicker when an input is clicked/focused
Sierzenga: Does datepicker have an option to create two or more datepicker accoding to amount of input boxes?
Pelikan: You’d have to look at the docs for that
Guyett: I need to search for it
Greely: They always want custom logic
Monrow: But i have a feeling probably not
Tejeda: I didnt see something for that also i read api
Walvoord: So like i said, think about manipulating the single datepicker when an input is clicked/focused
Faucett: Is manipualating datepicker when you click inputbox no?
Elazegui: That’s the initialization
Muffoletto: Like trying to find this cl*** after initialization
Mastrocovi: So i can do seperation
Salisbury: The datepicker has an id on it
Stechlinski: This is is constantly changing
Vanaken: In my original work, you can create 100*.from and .to
Armes: Well, now that’s just you scaring yourself, 😛
Fieldson: I found smt let me ask away
Deaderick: Var widget = $’selector’.datepicker’widget’; and widget.find’.ui-datepicker-title’;
Meikle: Widget returns jquery object with datepicker
Caughran: So i have datepicicker elements with child as jquery object
Serrin: I can use jquery methods to traverse tree
Sauchez: Inspect your dom dude
Wetsel: I dont think dom tree has this?
Maisch: Cause i enjoy lieing to you?
Levitre: Datepicker”widget” gets you the same thing as the id selector
Noffsinger: You just don’t have to know it’s id that way
Guzi: So at least my guess and understand seems correct
Sterkel: So now consider what you can do to it when you focus on an input
Neita: Https://jsfiddle.net/hellyeah/w19xmbbq/7/ why it doesnt work for title
Eddy: Seriously dude, change your selectors back
Giannavola: It’s hurting my brain, lol
Hugg: And i don’t believe the second argument to a delegate binding can be anything other than a string
Largo: Okey but ui-datepicker-title is child of ui-datepicker-div
Zbranek: Title thing works here https://jsfiddle.net/hellyeah/x1j739pt/
Toppen: But anyway i need to take some break for a min