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redoing a bind

Posted on 2014-04-20
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I'm trying to make my own treeview app which will pull data from an ajax request (however currently just copying the html in).

My problem that the event binded at the beginning is not copied to the newly created elements. I cannot figure a way of copying or redoing the bind event to the newly created code.

My code is http://jsfiddle.net/yF72u/ which as you can see works on the first branch, but once expanded does not expand on the newly created branches.

Has anyone got any suggestions on how I can redo the bindings?

Thank you
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Actually found the answer:-
            $('li').off('click');
            $('li').click(function (event) {
                liClick(this);
            });

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http://jsfiddle.net/k7jxn/3/
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