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onBlur Sent via AJAX Doesn't Fire

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I'm using AJAX to make a call to an ASP page, which returns HTML that is then added to the page. Part of HTML being returned is an input box with an onblur event. Unfortunately, the onblur event isn't firing.

The returned HTML matches some static HTML in the page exactly, with the exception of some element IDs.

Here's the static code that's loaded with the page:

<td>
      <div id="static_<%=LocationID%>">
            <span id="text_<%=LocationID%>"><%=rsLocation("Conference_Location")%></span> <font size="1"><a href="javascript:edit('<%=LocationID%>')">(edit)</a></font>
      </div>                                                                                    
      <div id="edit_<%=LocationID%>" style="display: none;">
            <input type="text" size="40" name="edit_location" id="input_<%=LocationID%>" value="<%=rsLocation("Conference_Location")%>" onblur="edit('<%=LocationID%>')" /> <span class="btn_style" onclick="saveEdit('<%=LocationID%>')">Save</span>
      </div>
</td>

And here's the code in the ASP page that is sent via AJAX to the receiving page:

Response.Write("<td>")
      Response.Write("<div id=""static_"&LocationID&""">")
            Response.Write("<span id=""text_"&LocationID&""">"&AddLocation&"</span> <font size=""1""><a href=""javascript:edit('"&LocationID&"')"">(edit)</a></font>")
      Response.Write("</div>")
      Response.Write("<div id=""edit_"&LocationID&""" style=""display:none;"">")
            Response.Write("<input type=""text"" size=""40"" name=""edit_location"" id=""input_"&LocationID&""" value="""&AddLocation&""" oblur=""alert('Hi there')"" /> <span class=""btn_style"" onclick=""saveEdit('"&LocationID&"')"">Save</span>")
      Response.Write("</div>")
Response.Write("</td>")

As best I can tell, the two pieces of code are essentially exact matches.

I tried placing an alert directly inside the onblur event and it didn't fire, so I'm a bit confused. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Question by:Shiseiryu1
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mrkarr earned 2000 total points
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Dude, your going to kick yourself over this one:

AddLocation&""" oblur=""alert('Hi

notice "oblur" vs onblur... done it many times... it always hurts :)
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by:Shiseiryu1
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Wow, so much for them being just alike. :) Thanks for the help.
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