JQuery :: AddEventListener Works When Bind Don't?

Oct 22, 2011

i'm loading a simple svg file with the embed html tag:<embed height

' id


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JQuery :: Bind Works But Live Does Not Work For Multiple Events?

Mar 1, 2010

Following code works.

$('#container a').bind('click', function(e){
log( $(this).text() + ' clicked1');
return false;


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JQuery :: Bind Variables To A Function Call (like In Prototype.js Function#bind)

Nov 4, 2010

is there a way in jQuery to bind variables to function calls similar as prototype.js does it? See [URL]

E.g. in the slideUp method of jQuery you can specify a callback that is called after the effect has finished. I would like to bind a variable to this call so that it is used inside of this callback as a closure.

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AddEventListener For IE 5+

Sep 21, 2005

This makes my life a bit easier. After executing this script you should be able to addEventListener on all elements instead of determining if you want to call attachEvent or addEventListener.
Edit: This is the original version. The revised version is below
if (!document.addEventListener && document.attachEvent)
Object.prototype.addEventListener = function(eventName, func, capture)
if (this.attachEvent)
this.attachEvent('on' + eventName, func);

var i, l = document.all.length;

for (i = 0; i < l; i++)
document.all[i].addEventListener = Object.prototype.addEventListener;

window.addEventListener = Object.prototype.addEventListener;
document.addEventListener = Object.prototype.addEventListener;

Revised version:

This one is harder to use but it is nicer to the DOM and all newly created objects. The problem with it is that addEventListener will only be available after the page loads.

If you want to use addEventListener from a window.onload script make sure that this code is included in the body, not in the head. document.body.onload is called before window.onload.

Now, only elements that already have attachEvent will get an addEventListener. Elements created with document.createElement will automatically get addEventListener.

function createIEaddEventListeners()
if (document.addEventListener || !document.attachEvent)

function ieAddEventListener(eventName, handler, capture)
if (this.attachEvent)
this.attachEvent('on' + eventName, handler);

function attachToAll()
var i, l = document.all.length;

for (i = 0; i < l; i++)
if (document.all[i].attachEvent)
document.all[i].addEventListener = ieAddEventListener;

var originalCreateElement = document.createElement;

document.createElement = function(tagName)
var element = originalCreateElement(tagName);

if (element.attachEvent)
element.addEventListener = ieAddEventListener;

return element;

window.addEventListener = ieAddEventListener;
document.addEventListener = ieAddEventListener;

var body = document.body;

if (body)
if (body.onload)
var originalBodyOnload = body.onload;

body.onload = function()
body.onload = attachToAll;
window.addEventListener('load', attachToAll);


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JQuery :: .Bind Will Scroll To The Top?

Oct 11, 2010

I just want to make a note of a recent fix I installed that was confusing me for quite a few days, just in case anyone else has the same problem.I have a menu which will slideDown and slideUp as the user traverses it. Each node of the menu was binded to a function that did the logic.When the frame was small enough to force a scroll bar, clicking on any node, no matter where the scroll bar was, would force it to the top.Originally, I had

Object.bind("click", handleFunction)

To fix the problem, I changed the above code to:

Object.bind("click", function(event) { handleFunction(event); return false; });

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Dec 23, 2011

Since jquery 1.7 there is a new method, named: on(). What is the difference between .bind() and .on()?


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Any Need For AddEventListener() And AttachEvent() At All?

Nov 16, 2006

Today I have been testing the event models from Netscape 4.8 and IE 4
to the current crop of browsers. I'd like to write a small event
library similar in purpose to the Yahoo! UI event library but with less
features and code. The Yahoo! event library is one of the best
libraries in YUI but it still seems to me to have some confused
code...that or I'm still confused.

The Yahoo! UI library focuses on using addEventListener and
attachEvent. However, due to the click and dblclick bugs in Safari a
long legacy event workaround is included to use a Netscape4-type event
model for Safari. Something like this

var listeners = [function(event){}, function(event){}];
document.getElementById('blue').onmouseover = function(event) {
for (var i=0; i<listeners.length; i++) {

With this above example, multiple handler functions can be fired for a
single event. I imagine that this is an old trick that has been around
for a long time, yes?

With all the new browsers I tested with this legacy workaround, the
listener handlers can use event.stopPropogation() or
event.cancelBubble=true and they work as desired. The handler functions
can also use event.preventDefault() and event.returnValue=false and
they too work. These seem to work because the event object passed to
the handlers is a modern event object and not one from Netscape4.

My question is, if Safari needs this legacy workaround, and the legacy
workaround seems to work in all the browsers that have addEventListener
or attachEvent, then why bother with the addEventListener and
attachEvent functions at all? Why not just use the legacy way for all
browsers and all type of events.?

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How To Use AddEventListener Function For IE

Apr 19, 2009

I was using this script to learn how to use event listeners and I need to know how to make it work for IE. I keep finding attachEvent scripts that look like they will work, but I get nothing. I've spent several hours finding script after script that simply don't work. I don't know where to turn next. Any script to attach these events to IE?

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "[URL]">
<script type="text/javascript">

Array.prototype.link = function(f) { for(var Obect1 = new Array(), i = 0, n = this.length, t = arguments[1]; i < n; i++) Obect1[i] = f.call(t, this[i], i, this);return Obect1;};
Array.prototype.linkMethod = function(m) { var n = this.length, args = this.slice.call(arguments, 1);if(typeof m == "string" && n > 0) m = this[0][m];for(var Obect2 = [], i = 0; i < n; i++) Obect2[i] = m.apply(this[i], args);return Obect2;}; .....

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AddEventListener In IE Failes

Oct 20, 2006

I'm trying to add a clickevent to an anchor that I created trough DOM.
This his how the code looks:

var oSubLink = document.createElement("A");
oSubLink.addEventListener("click", klapUit(oTabel.id, eigenschappen[2]), false);

It failes at the addEventListener call, saying "No such interface supported" (appears to be one of the two default error messages IE gives when it can't handle your JS :mad: ).

How can I fix this? The solution should work in IE6, FF, Opera, Mozilla and Safari.

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AddEventListener Parameters

Jul 12, 2007

Is there a way to send parameters to the function being added to an event with addEventListener. I.E. say you have this function

function someFcn(i){
and I add it to an object.

someElement.addEventListener('focus', someFcn, false);
Is there a way to send a parameter to someFcn.
For Example I have tried this but it failed

var someString = 'Hello World'
someElement.addEventListener('focus', someFcn(someString), false);

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AddEventListener In For Loop?

Sep 9, 2011

I have this code:

for(var h:Number=0; h<4; h++){
var Build : Button;
Build = new Button();
Build.height = 20;


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Aug 8, 2011

I am using jquery autocomplete but i don't know how to bind id and text both from database.

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Apr 20, 2011

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Nov 8, 2011

Using jQuery, how do I make a function to execute when users press Ctrl+Q? Or other combinations of Ctrl and a key.

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Apr 19, 2010

I try to load some contentof the .load() function. this works like a charm. See my code here:

$('#index').load('link.html #content', function() {


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May 24, 2011

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Oct 11, 2009

When the window loads, I want a function to check all text fields with a certain class if there is a value. If there is no value in the text field the value 0 will be set to the field. So far this is my code, but it does not work:

$(window).load(function() {
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Feb 15, 2011

I'm attempting to bind an event to a combo box, so that when a value is selected I can kick off a function. I cannot seem to bind an event successfully. I have looked at the .select event and tried it, and perhaps I don't understand how this code is to be used:

Supply a callback function to handle theselectevent as an init option.$( ".selector" ).autocomplete({ select: function(event, ui) { ... } });Bind to theselectevent by type:autocompleteselect.$( ".selector" ).bind( "autocompleteselect", function(event, ui) { ...

Do I need to add both of these? Just one? I've found the place in the combobox code where the underlying select box changes, but I don't want to hack at this code. I'd be happy to look at a successful implementation.

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JQuery :: Event Unbind And Later Re-bind?

Mar 12, 2010

Im working on a Grid system, which has the following features: On tr hover I have added a click event, which triggers an edit mode When switching to edit mode, the click event is unbind, so that one cannot edit multiple rows simultaniously After update, I'd like to re-bind the previous click functionality. However, I cant seem to do that. My code either does nothing, or Im getting an Jquery error below. Trying to define the original click event again does not work either. So what am I missing here? How can I re-bind an un-bind event ? Or can I?


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Sep 29, 2011

How can I catch adding of new HTML, which is loaded by Ajax, for example ?

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Mar 5, 2010

in the language menu shown below, I would like to show the "current_menu" whenit's not visible and clicking on the "current_page" element, and to hide it whenclicking everywhere except in the "current_menu" element.I tried with the "not" selector:

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JQuery :: How To Bind Browser Event

Jan 30, 2010

i need to know how i can bind browser event for: Don't show previous insert when i click two times inside input box; Don't show title when i place mouse over input box. I successfully bind context menu with:

return false;

Browser: Firefox 3.5

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Oct 2, 2010

Is it possable to bind a MS SQL database to a jQuery Accordion, I want to place data values where the bar (says section1) is, and in the fill space. I'm having an ASP.NET site done, and if that can be coded it would make a great Grid replacement for my orders and be consistent with the rest of the site.

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Sep 1, 2009

This is my Html: I am trying to get the element that I binded to live(), but always i am getting it's children. For example, this is my code:

<div id=div1 class=theClass><b>Hye</b></div>
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Oct 22, 2009

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Jquery :: How To Bind Function To Each DropDown

Jan 17, 2009

I have created a drop-down menu using jQuery, here: [URL]. It works just fine, but as you can imagine, I want each drop-down menu to work independently of the others. I understand what's happening and why it happens, but am unsure of the best course of action. I need it to be dynamic, meaning we really never know how many drop-down menus will be on the screen; could be 2 could be 22? So how do we bind the function to each drop-down so they can work independently? Probably some different ways to skin this cat, but what is the best way? Here's my javascript: [URL].

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