I'm working on a web site with a search box that shows the search results in an overlay with the original page unavailable in the background. I need to change the focus to the first link in the search results box so that visually impaired people using an OCR will hear or feel the brail of the first search result. (Currently the OCR continues to read from the page behind.)
The search uses www.googleapis.com/customsearch
as the search engine.
After the search completes, one of the <div> tags gets an extra class: The <div> goes from :
e class gets added to the div tag.
The page is created with SharePoint and so I don't want to mess with that unless there is no other choice. I want to do everything on the client side if possible.
My question is, how can I capture that div element when the search finishes. What DOM event would I react to? More generally, how can I discover these DOM events myself using developer tools?
I thought about something like this:
But even then I don't know what "eventX" would be.
The site is here: