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AJAX panel with form, IE issues

AJAX panel with form, IE issues

AJAX panel with form, IE issues

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Hi,

I have run into a problem on IE when trying to dynamically load a form into a panel. Here is the problem I have:

On page load I have a js function that loads an info panel via a jquery / AJAX request (e.g. 'panel1') to the web server.

Contents within 'panel1' should load and on selection of a radio button within 'panel1' a jquery / AJAX request is sent to the server to popuate 'panel2'

CODE

<div id="panel1">
</div>

<div id="panel2">
</div>

This works well on Firefox and Chrome however after 'panel1' loads the selection of the radio button has no effect on IE

Typically 'panel1' could return the following html...

CODE

<form>
<input type="radio" name="panel1button" id="r1" value="val1" /> Val1
<input type="radio" name="panel1button" id="r2" value="val2" /> Val2
</form>

I have a javascript include file pre-loaded and click handlers on the relevant radio buttons (q: do I need to include the relevant js in each panel??)

I assume this is a common IE problem and if so doees anyone have any pointers on what to do to fix this type of problem on IE?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: AJAX panel with form, IE issues

Should we guess what your Ajax is doing?   Show us the code that is supposed to populate the second panel.
 

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