Bear Bibeault wrote:Any custom event name that you've registered with bind. Of course, be sure not to encroach on the standard event names.
When you call "update" though like $("table").trigger("update");
Does that only update that table?
Wouldn't it be easy to test that out?
I been testing it out but since I am using it on a asp.net gridview it keeps making my whole page refresh. So I am trying to figure out if thats what it should be doing or if this is happening because of using asp.net controls.
And for my point on trying it out. It is always wise to step away from what you are developing and spend 5 minutes whipping up a simple html representation of what you want to do and try it out. That way you can track down the issue in a systematic way.