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Use it for questions about JavaScript/PHP code to create asynchronous web applications.

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check for ajax in the path) and remove style sheets if you wanted to. Most of the time you won't want to do this as they will be needed for the returned markup but it is possible that you would want to tweak it. …
answered Jun 29 '11 by Jeremy French
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you are using ajax_render). However this will add the library load to every ajax request. This will slow them down some what, and most of the item you are using ajax for speed so that may not be such …
answered Jul 25 '11 by Jeremy French
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I think your issues is that your success function won't have the variable context in scope so attach behaviors will be working on undefined. I would guess that you could do Drupal.attachBehaviors( …
answered May 6 '11 by Jeremy French
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Can't you just do ctools_include('ajax'); At the start of your existing code. Ctools should put classes in your code which are fairly easy to spot. Edit Thanks for the code. I'm not sure …
answered Jul 1 '11 by Jeremy French
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I define a custom page callback for my hook_menu() item which prints my json/js. That is what Drupal 6 offered. The Drupal 7 AJAX framework can do a little more than that. Yes it bootstraps … Drupal, but it also gives a lot of features for free. In short you can use ajax_deliver() as a page delivery method, and send commands to the browser. ... Ajax may be enabled by adding classes to …
answered Apr 8 '11 by Jeremy French
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I think trying to use multistep, ajax and the core node form may be quite tricky. I am not going to say impossible, but I think it would be a lot of work. I would think using a custom form and …
answered Jul 22 '11 by Jeremy French