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problem with jquery dom.

Hi guys.

Please have a look at the 2 links. The one "works" works like a champ. But "Fail" dosent work. Only difference is, that i load the content from javascript in the "fail" document.

I must be missing something, does anybody have a solution?


http://www.dandodesign.dk/test/fail.html
http://www.dandodesign.dk/test/works.html
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Jesper Christensen
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Jesper Christensen
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GaryCommented:
Both links work for me.
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GaryCommented:
Oh I see what you mean, rearrange your js

$(function () {
 str = '<ul>' +
 		'<li><div class="red"></div></li>' +
		'<li><div class="blue"></div></li>' +
		'<li><div class="red"></div></li>' +
		'<li><div class="blue"></div></li>' +
		'<li><div class="red"></div></li>' +
		'<li><div class="blue"></div></li>' +
		'</ul>';
$(".RaptorContainer").html(str);
 
  $('.RaptorContainer').scrollbox({
	autoPlay: false,
    direction: 'h',
    distance: 134
  });
  $('#RaptorBackward').click(function () {
    $('.RaptorContainer').trigger('backward');
  });
  $('#RaptorForward').click(function () {
    $('.RaptorContainer').trigger('forward');
  });
 });

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Jesper ChristensenProgrammerAuthor Commented:
THANKS :)))
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