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this looks pretty cool – have you tried incorporating this into a wordpress site?
I am currently working on a wordpress integration.
It will be included in the next update.
no idea why i cant get this to work… can you email me an example of a working html… the docs do not show that.
hi, ’ have bought your great script. i have some problem. everything works. but I dont see the subapges. the url change but i cant see the content.
can you help me?
Could you please send me your markup (or even better: a copy of the site where the error occurs) so that I can take a more in depth look at your problem?
i send you the link via pm
have you received?
thanx you !!! i fix it !
hi, is possible to load via ajax only areas which change? I see that you load the new page in full, and not part of this. for save bandwith. thanks
Unfortunately Ajax.Navigation does not offer individual loading types. However, you could add the variable name to the ajax request in order to tell the server which areas to return. But I can tell that the size of plain html files hardly ever is greater than ~100kb. So, from my point of view, it wouldn’t be worth the effort to create such a complicated server-side script.
I hope I was able to help.
I mean that you can just load content of #ajax_content_a. You save bandwith because you don’t load again css and js of the page. Something like $( ”#result” ).load( “test.html #ajax_content_a” );
Ah, now I understand!
As far as I can see only the internet explorer loads css and js files beyond the container (correct me if I am wrong).
As suggested I tried the following method:
var $this = $(this);
loading = false;
Unfortunately this doesn’t prevent the IE from reloading css and js files either. Furthermore load() loads the complete document, so if there is more than one area, you are loading the same content over and over again.
If you have any information you can add to this – anything from your experiences and thoughts on the notes above – then please do e-mail me.
I understand what do you mean. I sent to you an email. Best
Is this product still supported?
Indeed. Is there anything I can help you with?
Yeah, I messaged you through support and no response. The script is giving me some issues. I wil try to reach you through support again.
Did you send your support ticket already? Because I didn’t receive any. Please contact me via email.
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