Are there any benefits to Session Storage over Local Storage?

localStorage and sessionStorage both extend Storage. There is no difference between them except for the intended “non-persistence” of sessionStorage. That is, the data stored in localStorage persists until explicitly deleted. Changes made are saved and available for all current and future visits to the site. For sessionStorage, changes are only available per tab. Changes made … Read more

Inserting an image from local directory in thymeleaf spring framework (with maven)

I want you to look into the Thymeleaf’s documentation of Standard URL Syntax and specifically the context-relative and server-relative url patterns. Context-relative URL: If you want to link resources inside your webapp then you should use context relative urls. These are URLs which are supposed to be relative to the web application root once it … Read more

CSS selector for element within element with inline style?

A bit late to the tea party but thought I would share the solution I found & use. @simone’s answer is perfect if you can match the style attribute exactly. However, if you need to target an inline style attribute that may have other inline styles associated with it you can use: p[style*=”text-align:center;”] “*=” means … Read more

How do I detect when a web page is loaded?

You would use javascript to do this. If you don’t know how to use javascript, I would recommend reading through some tutorials first. After you have a basic understanding of javascript, you can detect when a page has loaded by using the window.onload event. window.onload = function() { addPageContents(); //example function call. } Edit: If … Read more

How to convert input value to uppercase in angular 2 (value passing to ngControl)

As @Eric Martinez suggested, you can create a local template variable, and bind the uppercase string to the value property on the input event: <input type=”text” #input (input)=”input.value=$” /> Alternatively, you can make this a directive: @Directive({ selector: ‘input[type=text]’, host: { ‘(input)’: ‘ref.nativeElement.value=$’, } }) export class UpperCaseText { constructor(private ref: ElementRef) { } } … Read more