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Trouble responding to a button click

Posted on 2011-09-27
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I have a button defined called myButton. I created this:

$("myButton").click( function (e) {
   alert("button clicked");
});

What's wrong?
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Question by:newbieweb
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<< called >> ?

ID attribute? <input id="myButton" type="button">
$("[b]#[/b]myButton").click( function (e) {
   alert("button clicked");
});

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Name attribute? <input name="myButton" type="button">
$(":button[name='myButton']").click( function (e) {
   alert("button clicked");
});

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