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Hi Experts,

I am loading some script like so:
 $('#CompanySuggestions').load('/lists/scripts/php/load.companies.php?Company='+company+'');  

This produces:
<a class="Suggestion">Country1</a>
<a class="Suggestion">Country2</a>
<a class="Suggestion">Country3</a>

I am having problems setting a jquery click function for .Suggestion...

I imagine its because I am loading it in...

Is there a way around this?

Many Thanks
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Use the callback function
 $('#CompanySuggestions').load('/lists/scripts/php/load.companies.php?Company='+company, function(data) {
       $(".Suggestion").click(function() {
             alert("your clicked on suggestion for country: " + $(this).text());
       });
});  

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