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Jquery and internal elements

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I created 4 <select> elements using a jQuery in my html page. Once they are generated I want to attach a .change event to each select to call yet another ajax function. it does not work. Why?

I presume it is because the elements (select) don't exist in the html?

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any sample code?

check this link

http://api.jquery.com/live/

.live()

Description: Attach a handler to the event for all elements which match the current selector, now and in the future.

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try something like this:

$('#myID').live('change',function() {
  alert('change event for dynamic component');
});

after creating a new element with id=myID
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by:gbeaulac
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@HainKurt

Thank you so much! That worked! I'm so grateful. Thank you. thank you. Thank you.

GB
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welcome :) glad it worked... jQuery intrduced this fueature recently i guess (oops they added with 1.3)...
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