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I can't figure out how to show my "loading" modal within this block of code so that any time the form is submitting the loading will come up.

Where would this:

$("#searchLoader").show();

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go in the code below so that everytime the search is submitted the searchLoader appears in modal.

var bindSearchSubmit = function() {
	$('form[name="searchform"]').submit(function(e){
		e.preventDefault();
                    var frmData = $(this).serializeJSON(),
			       postdata = {
				method: "getBindersBySearchCriteria",
				returnFormat:"json",
				DSN: cfrequest.dsn,
				InstanceId: cfrequest.instanceId,
				xJLLISUserId: cfrequest.xJLLISUserId,
				oFormData: $.extend({},frmData,{countonly:1}),
				PageSize: 10,
				cachebuster: new Date().toString()
			};
		postdata.oFormData = $.toJSON(postdata.oFormData);

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Question by:traport
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$('form[name="searchform"]').submit(function(e){
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by:traport
ID: 39781924
Thank you so much. As it turns out I listed the wrong submit block... It's after the form "linktoSelectForm" is submitted. Thank you for your help. I'm sorry.

var searchLinkToList = function(idlist){
		var idlist = (typeof idlist === 'undefinded' || idlist === "") ? cfrequest.instanceId : idlist,
			$modal = $('.linkToOrgSearchListModal'),
			$form = $("#linktoSelectForm"),
			tabname = $("input[name=tabname]", $form).val(),
			requestData = {
				linkentitytype: $("input[name=linkentitytype]", $form).val(),
				entityid: $("input[name=entityid]", $form).val(),
				entitytype: $("input[name=entitytype]", $form).val(),
				callback: $("input[name=callback]", $form).val(),
				copsectionid: $("input[name=copsectionid]", $form).val(),
				copsectionexpanded: $("input[name=copsectionexpanded]", $form).val(),
				tabname: tabname,
				tieridlist: idlist
			};

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by:traport
ID: 39782447
I posted the wrong block but based on response was able to figure out placement in new block. Thanks so much.
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