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HTML

              
                <div class="wrapper">
  <h1>i<span>.js</span></h1>
    <h4>JS like you'd speak</h4>

<div id="js-output" class="output lorem">Output Area</div>


<button id="js-update">Update</button>
<button id="js-dblclick">dbclick me</button>
<button id="js-removeClass">remove Class</button>
<p>When the class is removed the border goes away. Yay.</p>
  <a href="https://github.com/kevingimbel/i.js" target="_blank">Github</a>
</div>
              
            
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CSS

              
                @import "compass/css3";

* {
  margin:0;
  padding:0;  
  position:relative;
  @include box-sizing(border-box);
}

html, body {
  font:1em/1.2em Helvetica, Arial, sans-serife;
  color:#000;
}

.wrapper {
  width:100%;
  max-width:30em;
  margin:2.5em auto;
  padding:1.5em;
}

h1 {
  line-height:1.4em;
  font-family:Courier;
  
  span {font-size:.6em;}
}

.output {
  width:100%;
  height:auto;
  padding:1.5em;
  background:#ddd;
}

.lorem {
  border:1px solid red;
}

button {
  @include appearance(none);
  @include border-radius(3px);
  margin:1em;
  border:none;
  background:#2c3e50;
  color:#fff;
  padding:.5em 1em;
}
              
            
!

JS

              
                // The _match function is used to find out what kind of element we're dealing with.
// 
// If it gets a Tag name (e.g. "pre", "h1") it will see that var a and var b are null
// but c is defined (or not undefined) so it returns the element via getElementByTagNames
// Notice: it always returns the FIRST element via getElementsByTagName!
// If a is not null it will return a querySelector (in this case a class)
// If b is not null it will return an ID. 
//
// that's it. 
var _match = function(el) {
    a = document.querySelector("."+el);
    b = document.getElementById(el);
    c = document.getElementsByTagName(el);
    if(a != null) {
        return a;
    }
    if(b != null) {
        return b;
    }
    if(c != undefined) {
        return c[0];
    }
};
// the I Object holds all function and is named I because 
// the functions are build like sentences. 
// 
// For example: You may think "Man, I want a Classname" so
// you write I.WantA.classname("thename") - that's it.
var I = {
    WantA: {
        // returns the first tag on the page
        tag: function(tagname) {
            var tag = document.getElementsByTagName(tagname);
            return tag[0];
        },
        
        // returns an element with matching ID
        ID: function(id) {
            var id = document.getElementById(id);
            return id;
        },

        // returns an element with a matching class
        classname: function(c) {
            var classname = document.querySelector("."+c);
            return classname;
        }
    },

    WantTo: {
        // update the text of an element
        update: function(el,content) {
            _match(el).innerText = content;
        },

        // add a Class to an existing element.
        addClass: function(el,c) {
            _match(el).className += " " + c;
        },

        // function to remove a class. Taken from: http://stackoverflow.com/a/2155755/2777153
        removeClass: function(el, c) {
            var reg = new RegExp('(\\s|^)'+c+'(\\s|$)');
            elm = _match(el);
            elm.className = elm.className.replace(reg,'');
        },

        // add an event. Yay!
        addEvent: function(type,el,f) {
                _match(el).addEventListener(type,f);
        }
    }
};

var q1 = "OHMAGAWD!";
var q2 = "Fuck yeah it works!";

// "I want to add an Event, 
// if you click on the element with the ID js-removeClass 
// a FUNCTION triggers"
// that's the code in spoken words, below it is in I.js
I.WantTo.addEvent("click", "js-removeClass",function() {
  I.WantTo.removeClass("output","lorem");
});

I.WantTo.addEvent("click","js-update",function() {
  I.WantTo.update("js-output",q1);
});

I.WantTo.addEvent("dblclick","js-dblclick",function() {
  I.WantTo.update("js-output",q2);
});

              
            
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