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reload the page without refreshing???

Hi all,

I've got some javascript on the $(document).ready(function(){  ... so what page ls loaded.

I have a variable which is changed at runtime ... now depending on the value of this variable some div's are loaded or not.

How can I make the call the $(document).ready(function(){ at runtime please ... or if it cannot be done... how can I do this please?

thanks


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Gurvinder Pal SinghCommented:
if you are loading the div with an ajax response, you can then use the callback handler of that ajax call
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Gurvinder Pal SinghCommented:
<<How can I make the call the $(document).ready(function(){ at runtime please ... or if it cannot be done... how can I do this please?>>
document.ready is called by itself. Its basically a event handler which is invoked when the page is loaded.

But why do you want to call this document.ready at run-time at first place?
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error77Author Commented:
Ref: But why do you want to call this document.ready at run-time at first place? ... I have some code that runs on $(document).ready(function(){ and I basically want to run it again because I'm changing things at runtime

For example, I have:

IF (thisvariable==0) {
  $('#myDiv1').hide();
} else {
    $('#myDiv1').show();
}

Now... when I change "thisvariable" value at runtime, I need to re-run the code so changes are made acordingly...know what I mean?

Thanks

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Gurvinder Pal SinghCommented:
you can encapsulate/refactor the code inside into a method and call that method whenever you want to

$(document).ready(function(){

 ///what ever is here put that in a method, say docReady()
});

function docReady()
{
 //put all document ready code here
}


now you can call docReady whenever you want to
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