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JQuery not loading after partial postback

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Hi Experts

I have a page that initialises JQuery like this:

jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
        $('a[rel*=facebox]').facebox()
  })

I have an Ajax FileUploader control on the page and whenever I seelct to upload a file and the page performs a partial postback I get a JScript Object Expected Error. Presumably because the JQuery files havent been loaded.

I understand its the way (document).ready works, but after trawling the web for numerous fixes to this, I cant actually impliment any of them.

Can someone help?

Stewart
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A partial postback does not reload the page, so the javascript is not unloaded and does not need to be reloaded. Probably, the postback handler has an error, maybe a method is called on a variable not containing an object. You should examine the error in a debugger or error console to determine where it comes from.
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