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How to find id of a active DIV

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How to find id of a active DIV
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What qualifies as active?
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This is an outdated method, but does it get you what you are looking for?



<div id="myDiv" onclick="alert(this.id);">test</div>
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Are we closing questions now without ever requiring the asker participate in their question?
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