JQuery :: Replacing Input Elements Using Ajax?

Jul 29, 2011

Given input form elements on the display during page load, what is the proper way to replace the input elements when an Ajax call replaces the html? Here is a simple list of radio buttons:

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I highlighted line 19 as that was the line I needed to add in order for the "shop" object to get the new input elements. Otherwise it was accumulating them. Can anybody explain the details of what was happening here and also confirm that the resolution is ? Is there a better way?

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Until Firefox 1.5.0.6/7 where things stopped working completely - our
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document.write( body );
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situation a bit by displaying the page with CSS this time but still -
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I took a different path from this point by pushing the new content to
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"script" nodes and eval()-ed them.

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document.write( body );
document.close();

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