Catch links in the element
That’s a great use of the event delegation pattern.
In real life instead of asking we can send a “logging” request to the server that saves the information about where the visitor left. Or we can load the content and show it right in the page (if allowable).
All we need is to catch the
contents.onclick and use
confirm to ask the user. A good idea would be to use
link.getAttribute('href') instead of
link.href for the URL. See the solution for details.
Make all links inside the element with
id="contents" ask the user if they really want to leave. And if they don’t then don’t follow.
- HTML inside the element may be loaded or regenerated dynamically at any time, so we can’t find all links and put handlers on them. Use the event delegation.
- The content may have nested tags. Inside links too, like