How to use jQuery .on() instead of .live()

One of the most used features of jQuery is the easy methods it provides to to attach event handlers to dom elements like this simple example: $('.submitButton').click(function() { validateForm(); }); It doesn’t get much easier than that. However, a lot of times we’ll want to attach events to elements that were loaded after the initial page load such as from the result of an ajax request. This is where the . »

Allow pasting multiple lines in IE textbox

You may have noticed before that if you try to paste more than one line of text into a textbox in Internet explorer it will on only paste in the first line and disregard the rest. Firefox and Chrome on the other hand will automatically paste all lines of the text onto the one line of the textbox. This issue came up in one of the projects I’m currently working on where we wanted users to be able to paste in a list of ID numbers they wanted to run a search on. »