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[Résolu] jQuery being inhibited by Ajax view page transition

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Problem: I am using jQuery's click method to assign some click event handlers to elements in my View content, but after an AJAX pagination event the click handlers no longer work as expected.

Solution: Use jQuery's on method and attach the listener to document with a class-based limiter, instead of attaching 'click' listeners to some element that may or may not exist in the DOM after pagination.

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Assisté par: Christian Cox.


I am using jQuery to display a modal when visitors click on a More button on posts within an archive.

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My problem is that the click on More isn't being triggered after an Ajax page transition, as this video shows
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I really like the ajax transition effect. Is there I way I can retain this and still implement my jQuery functionality?




Usually you can fix this by changing the click handler code that triggers the modal. Instead of something like this:

jQuery('.more').click(function(){ ...

You should place the click handler on the document object, and use the more class as a limiter:

jQuery(document).on('click', '.more', function(){ ...

Since the document isn't replaced or modified during the AJAX page transition, the click handler will continue to function. If this isn't working for you, I will need to know more about how the click handler is added in jQuery.


Spot-on Christian!

I was hoping there'd be simple work-around.


My issue is resolved now.

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