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Help with jQuery

 
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Hello!

I am learning Jquery and I need your help!
I want to use the JQuery get function and display the got page using document.write();
But i am not able to do this !

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(){


I added this,imported jquery, hosted in google.
Now how must i get this url and write it?
http://icanhazip.com/
 
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You'll need to better explain what you are trying to do.
 
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srry for the late reply by it must get the contents of that page in HTML and use document.write() to display it on the page!
 
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document.write() is no longer used. It is a dinosaur from days long past.

If you are using jQuery and have an HTML fragment that you would like to load into the DOM, that's what the .html() method is for. If you want to fetch it using AJax and have it automatically inserted into the DOM, the .load() method is what you need.
 
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