JQuery :: Methods Not Working On Newly Added Elements
Jan 5, 2011
I can't make jQuery methods (html, hide etc.) work properly on newly added elements (added via ajax). It's fine with the the current elements of the page but doesn't work on new ones! I am new to jQuery.
I dynamically generated some buttons, textboxes, radio (input types) etc using createElement method. The generation works fine. I append the newly generated input types to a span placed in the body. I want to make these draggable. I tried several ways of making the inputs draggable but none work. How do I make them draggable?
i know there is live() event to make newly added element to be able to run a function, but that only apply to some mouse event.i use this tipsy plugin to show tips everytime on an image. my image can be changed by uploading new image. but the new image wont have the tips showing created by the tipsy().$("#photo").tipsy();
I'm using the following plugin to include pagination functionality in my application In a nutshell I'm developing a map-based application using Google Maps. The markers that I display on the map and the corresponding information windows (infowindows) that are displayed when clicking on a marker are dynamically rendered from records in a database as the user moves around the map. So basically these DOM elements are dynamically removed and added throughout a user's sessionThe contents of these infowindows are what I need to paginate in cases where multiple markers are stacked on top of one another.
I call the paginate() function from the marker's click event handler if that marker's infowindow contains more than one DIV. It all works beautifully until the user triggers an event that causes the markers to redraw (e.g panning the map). Once the following happens the paginate() function mysteriously no longer works. 1. I click on a stacked marker that causes the paginate() function to execute 2. I then execute some event that causes the markers (and corresponding infowindow DOM elements) redraw3. I click on the same marker as was clicked in #1. No errors are generated and the paginate() function is definitely called but the pagination does not occur. I think it might have something to do with jQuery seeing the containing DIV's id as a duplicate ID? Could I be on to something there?
I just started with jQuery and AJAX so I'm hoping that I'm just missing something obvious. I have a comment field and I have already finished all the functionality of allowing users to add comments to the page using an AJAX form.
The problem that I have is that the comment <div> itself has some rollover properties for edit/delete so that those links only appear when the mouse enters the comment div. For whatever reason, they only appear on comments that existed on the page load. Any comments that are added while on the page aren't accessible to jQuery until I reload the page. Is that normal behavior?
I would expect it to show "2" but instead it shows "0". Why?
It seems the find() method doesn't work on the newly created elements. Do traversing methods only work on elements that are actually in the document? If so, how can I traverse and manipulate freshly created elements prior to inserting them into the dom?
The requirement is, "save" operation should happen only when the form is "dirty". i.e., users should be able to save only when they modify something on the form.
For this, I'm using "dirty form plugin", which works fine even when new elements are added. It internally uses ".liveQuery()" for adding events to new elements but it is degrading the performance very badly, since our forms are very large. I'm trying to replace it with ".live" of jQuery 1.4.2, but have a problem.
When new elements are added, I want to store their initial values and on blur, i want to compare them with their latest values. I'm able to bind event handlers to new elements using ".live()", but I want to get notified when new elements are added, so that I can make the above check. Is there any way how I can check this?
I am using jquery to copy a DIV containing some form elements. The copy is appended to the DIV in another DIV to allow an unlimited number of form elements to be sent. The problem is that none of the copy DIVs are being sent by the browser Firefox. There is some chatter via google, but nothing conclusive. I see the DIVs show up in Firebug. Could this be jquery related?
I am generating HTML based on user actions (in this case, populating a table with the result from AJAX calls).
In my context, I have a link where there is a Quantity field, which I would like to be editable. When I create the html, I give a unique ID to each row, (to reference to a JSON object), however I am unable to get the ID for said row, seeing as the DOM tree is parsed on the pageload and doesn't seem to update when I add elements to the page.
This means that $(this).parent('tr').attr('id') is not returning anything at all.
How would I make it so I can retrieve the ID of my row (which was created/added to the page after it was parsed)?
When the user select an option in a dropdownlist, new dropdownlist elements are added dynamically using jquery. When a user clicks on a new option i the first dropdown, I want all the dynamically added events to be removed so that I can render new ones. But it seems the dynamically added events haven't been added to the DOM, so they cannot be removed. Is it possible to remove them? In that case, how? I've read a lot about .Live(), but my problem is not regarding an event - I just need to reach an element(?).
I am having problems with slideUp/slideDown effects on elements that I add to page with a AJAX callback. slideUp/Down works on elements that are present on the page load, but doesn't work on all elements added later with AJAX.
These items can be added with ajax... Then I have checkboxes that I can filter some items by using jQuery slideUp/Down. If checkbox is clicked some items are hidden or shown. But as said abowe it doesn't affect the newly added items!
I am using the jquery validation plugin, i am wanting to place all the rrors in one div at the top of the form - which works. The problem is that the first time I submit the form (in FF for MAC) the classes that get assigned to the form elements get added, and removed real quickly. (I have a bg color of red on the form, so i can see a flicker basically) - works just fine in safari. has anyone seen anything like
I have a simple problem and cant seem to figure it out. I have a function in the body.load function that is supposed to highlight rows in my table when i mouse over them. When u refresh the page, the function works properly. When I dynamically add new rows to the table using ajax, I get no response.
I'm having a problem where the serialize method isn't serializing form elements that are added to the DOM after the page load. Specifically, when the user clicks on a button some elements are displayed in a dialog that are generated from my server and returned via AJAX. I'm converting from Prototype and didn't run into this problem.
I have adrop-downelement on the page. On the change event I am appending two labels to a text box. The problem is I am able to see the newly added elements on the page while debugging it. but as soon as thepost backoccurs the added elements seems to bedisappearingfrom the page.
In my application I render a couple of elements dynamically after the user selects an option in a dropdown list. When the user selects another option in the dropdown, I want to remove all the previous elements that was added dynamically. I've tried with the .Remove() function, but it seems the elements cannot be found in the DOM. I've looked a lot at the .live() events.