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bravo14

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Hi Guys

 

I have the following page

 

 

<script src="js/jquery-1.9.1.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
$(function() {



$('.load_more').live("click",function() {


var last_msg_id = $(this).attr("id");



if(last_msg_id!='end'){
    
  $.ajax({
type: "POST",
url: "facebook_style_ajax_more.php",
data: "lastmsg="+ last_msg_id,
beforeSend:  function() {
$('a.load_more').append('<img src="facebook_style_loader.gif" />');
 
},
success: function(html){
    $(".facebook_style").remove();
$("ol#updates").append(html);


}
});
 
}


 
 
 



return false;


});
});

</script>

 

This ajax is called when a user clicks a link similar to facebook's Show Older Posts code is below

 

 

<ol class="row" id="updates">
    <?php
$query ="select * from `tbl_news` ORDER BY `news_date` desc LIMIT 9";
$result = mysql_query($query);
while($row=mysql_fetch_assoc($result))
{
$msg_id=$row['id'];
$message=$row['headline'];
?>
    <li> <?php echo $message; ?> </li>
    <?php } ?>
  </ol>

 
 
  <div class="facebook_style" id="facebook_style">
  <a id="<?php echo $msg_id; ?>" href="#" class="load_more" >Show Older Posts <img src="img/arrow.png" /> </a>
  </div>

 

When I am clicking on the link I am getting the following error showing in Firebug

 

TypeError: $(...).live is not a function
 

$('.load_more').live("click",function() {

 

Where am I goign wrong, I have used th tutorial and source code from the followign page

 

http://youhack.me/2010/05/14/an-alternative-to-pagination-facebook-and-twitter-style/

 

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You can also use bind, too, which accepts any amount of event binders as space-separated list, "mouseenter mouseleave" for example (which would equal hover, anyway).

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You can also use bind, too, which accepts any amount of event binders as space-separated list, "mouseenter mouseleave" for example (which would equal hover, anyway).

.on accepts space-separated event list as well. .bind is also not recommended (use .on instead) but has not been removed as of yet.

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