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How to add div.slideUp to my current Ajax/jQuery?

Posted on 2015-02-16
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Hi,

I got this jQuery/Ajax:

<script>

	$(document).ready(function() {
		$('#mount_tube_button').click(function(){
			$.ajax({
			
				url: 'conf_overview_handler.php',
				type: 'post',
				data: {'<?php echo $input_name; ?>':$('input[name=<?php echo $input_name; ?>]:checked').val()},
				success: function(msg){
					$('#mount_<?php echo $location; ?>_AJAX').html(msg);
				}
			
			}); // Ajax call
		}); //event handler
	}); //document.ready

</script>

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How can I add this to it:
$( "#toggle_rod" ).slideUp( "slow" );

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I have tried this, but it does not work:
<script>

	$(document).ready(function() {
		$('#mount_tube_button').click(function(){
			$.ajax({
			
				url: 'conf_overview_handler.php',
				type: 'post',
				data: {'<?php echo $input_name; ?>':$('input[name=<?php echo $input_name; ?>]:checked').val()},
				success: function(msg){
					$('#mount_<?php echo $location; ?>_AJAX').html(msg);
					$( "#toggle_rod" ).slideUp( "slow" );
				}
			
			}); // Ajax call
		}); //event handler
	}); //document.ready

</script>

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Question by:kgp43
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by:N R
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Should the slide only happen on the ajax success or should it slide on click?
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http://jsfiddle.net/t4rzo8t7/

This shows the slide up command working when outside the success.  I imagine your ajax request is not succeeding and that may be why your slide up event isn't firing.  Keep in mind in my example I removed your php variables.

	$(document).ready(function() {
		$('#mount_tube_button').click(function(){
			$.ajax({
			
				url: 'conf_overview_handler.php',
				type: 'post',
				data: {'':$('input[name=]:checked').val()},
				success: function(msg){
					$('#mount__AJAX').html(msg);
				}
			
			}); // Ajax call
            $( "#toggle_rod" ).slideUp( "slow" );
		}); //event handler
	}); //document.ready

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