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Opened 11 years ago

Closed 11 years ago

Last modified 10 years ago

#836 closed bug (invalid)

load

Reported by: Vladik Owned by:
Priority: minor Milestone: 1.1
Component: core Version: 1.1
Keywords: load Cc:
Blocked by: Blocking:

Description

Make

<p>what</p>

And code in (document.ready(...)):

$("p").load (function () {alert("Hello!");});

But, when I look in my inspector (FireFox): I don't see: <p onload="alert(Hello!)">what</p> ;-( hothing change ;-(

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 11 years ago by Vladik

Also in jquery 1.0.4 I don't see anyone warning in bugfire... But in 1.1 I see: 3!

test for equality (==) mistyped as assignment (=)? jquery.js (line 1) eateElement("tbody"));jQuery.each(a,function(){fn.apply(obj,[clone?this.cloneNode(true):this])})})}};jQuery.extend=jQuery.fn.extend=function(){var target=arguments[0],a=1;if(arguments.length==1){target=this;a=0}var prop;while(prop=arguments[a++])for(var i anonymous function does not always return a value jquery.js (line 1) Name)});if(m[1]=="#"&&ret.length==1){var tmp=r;r=[];jQuery.each(tmp,function(){if(this.getAttribute("id")==m[2]){r=[this];return false}})}ret=r}t=t.replace(re2,"")}}if(t){var val=jQuery.filter(t,r);ret=r=val.r;t=jQuery.trim(val.t)}}if(ret&&ret[0]==context

anonymous function does not always return a value jquery.js (line 1)

_resort(m);return false}});if(m[1]==":"&&m[2]=="not")r=jQuery.filter(m[3],r,true).r;else if(m[1]=="."){var re=new RegExp("(|\s)"+m[2]+"(\s|$)");r=jQuery.grep(r,function(e){return re.test(e.className
"")},not)}else{var f=jQuery.expr[m[1]];if(typeof f!=

anonymous function does not always return a value jquery.js (line 1)

cur==elem
result=="odd"&&num%2==1&&cur==elem)return cur}},sibling:function(n,elem){var r=[];for(;n;n=n.nextSibling){if(n.nodeType==1&&(!elemn!=elem))r.push(n)}return r}});jQuery.event={add:function(element,type,handler,data){if(jQuery.browser.msie&&ele

comment:2 Changed 11 years ago by joern

Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed

The examples for the various bind() shortcuts are somewhat misleading. While the event is attached to the element, there is no explicit HTML written, therefore you never get the output of <p onload="alert(Hello!)">what</p>.

The mentioned warnings are misleading, too: Firefox warns about code that eventually could pose a problem, but currently it simply doesn't.

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