Elementals.js

Latest Version: 3.0 RC 1 17 July 2017

Method _.Node.nextRemove

In a manner similar to Element.nextSibling, this finds the next sibling node matches the passed mask, or the next Element node if a mask is omitted. The passed Element is then removed from the DOM.

Calling Convention:
_.Node.nextRemove(Element[, nodeMask || tagName])
Parameters:
Element
The Element to find the next sibling that matches the mask, which will then be deleted when this function ends.
nodeMask optional

A bitwise mask used to filter the results. See the Node Masking page for more information.

If omitted, a mask of 1 (matching for nodeType 1) is used.

tagName optional
A tagName to match. When used instead of a nodeMask only elements of node type 1 with a matching tagName will be counted.
Returns:
The matching element, or false if no match found.

Example

HTML

<ul>
	<li id="test">First</li>
	<li>Second</li>
	<li>Third</li>
</ul>

JavaScript

var test = document.getElementById('test');
Console.log(_.Node.text(_.Node.nextRemove(test)));

Will output "First" and "Third", and <li>Second</li> will be removed from the list.