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jQuery live() and ASP.NET Ajax asynchronous postback

Posted By: Amit Mehra     Posted Date: November 18, 2009    Points: 2   Category :JQuery
 
The issue is that normally $(document).ready() is called when the DOM is ready to be manipulated. But this doens't happen after an ASP.NET Ajax asynch postback occurs.

This means that the initial jQuery bindings won't be automatically available after the asynchronous postback is over. I underline "automatically" here because my last post describes more possibilities, how this issue can be worked around.


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