Bear Bibeault wrote:In jQuery event handlers, the target is available as the function context.
Bear Bibeault wrote:e is the jQuery.Event instance, this (function context) is the target.
Gregg Bolinger wrote:Something else you might consider, just for keeping things a little cleaner is to use the delegate version of the on function so you don't have to have it inside your $.get callback.
Basically, that is like the old live() or delegate() function from previous jQuery versions. But I think this approach is more about personal preference than any real gain.
Eric Pascarello wrote:You could always trigger an event. Look at the API for trigger() and bind something to listen for the event.
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