Sumon Bappi Sumon Bappi - 1 month ago 4
Javascript Question

After appending an element the event click is not working on the appended element in jquery

I am appending item by Jquery. But after appending can't bind the event on the appended item. I am appending as follows >>

var item = '<div id="'+newInputId+'" class="col-md-9" style="padding-right: 0px;">';
item += '<input id="txtInScope" type="text" value="'+currentScopeVal+'" class="form-control" readonly="readonly"/>';
item += '</div>';
item += '<div id="inScopeActionDiv'+newInputId+'" class="col-md-3" style="padding-left: 2px;">'
item += '<button type="button" class="btn btn-warning btn-sm remButton" title="Remove this item">Remove Item</button>'
item += '</div>'

And after appending this I want to bind a click event on the above remButton class as below >>

$("#inScopeDiv").delegate(".remButton", "click", function(){
alert('you clicked me again!');
$('#inScopeDiv').on('click', '.remButton', function() {
$('.remButton').live('click', function() {

But no result. Can anyone please help me on this please?

$('.remButton').live('click', function() {

jquery method live is not valid anymore:

"As of jQuery 1.7, the .live() method is deprecated. Use .on() to attach event handlers. Users of older versions of jQuery should use .delegate() in preference to .live()."

Source: jquery live

Little explanation about event attachment:

You must realize that a target what you want to add a event, exists BEFORE to call the add event function(in this case with the method on of jQuery).

on another hand, exists with jquery a manner to make work a event attachment without the existence of the element before:

$('html').on('click', '#inScopeDiv .remButton', function () {