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  1. #26
    Inq
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    You say that the script attaches to the elements when the document is ready after loading. If that is the case, how would you get the script to attach to elements with the ajaxed div. Say anchors that are generated by the backend and brought through to the div for display?

  2. #27
    tmz
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    Good script for starting to learn. It's working ok. But I have one question. Let's say I add this code to the end of addMessages(xml) function (I add button):
    $("#messagewindow").prepend('<input type="submit" name="delete_0" id="delete_0" class="button" value="Delete"/>');

    Why I can't get click event:
    $("input").click(function() {
    alert("blabla");
    });

    Thanks for your answer.

  3. #28
    Bob
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    Thanks! Great tutorial. This works OK with Firefox but the xml is not being parsed on IE 7. Any thoughts on what I may be doing wrong?

  4. #29
    John
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    Bob, with php send:
    header('Content-type: text/xml');
    IE7 worked for me once I pushed the text/xml header in php.

  5. #30
    Ra
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    Thank man! Great tutorial and great base for starting with jQuery

  6. #31
    mushi
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    nice article

  7. #32
    morgar
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    Where is the zip download?

  8. #33
    Paco
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    I have to say this is pretty amazing. I knew very little about php yet I understood perfectly, and jQuery makes it so much easier.

    Is there anyway you could implement some sort of current active users check?

    Thank you so much!

  9. #34
    Ashok
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    Thank you Akash. This is a very concise intro to jQuery. I learnt more reading your article than the confusing tutorial on the jQuery site. Kudos!

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    Great article - thanks so much!

  11. #36
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    Very simple way of explaining, its awesome. Thanks Akash for this post.


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