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The live() method
In the previous chapters, we used the bind() and unbind() methods to attach and detach event handlers to various elements on the page. This works great for elements which already exists, but what if you want your event handler to be attached to future elements as well? Normally you would have to do this manually, upon creating the new elements, and this is still possible. However, using the live() method, you can inform jQuery to attach your event handler to any future elements which matches your original selector, without having to lift a finger. Let me first show you an example where we use the bind() method, and then replace it with the live() method, to show you the difference:
Now try the following example instead. I have only changed two words in it: The two calls to bind() has been replaced with calls to live():
Now if you run this example, you will see that even though you add new elements after the page has loaded, jQuery will automatically attach the event handlers to them for you. The live() method works just like bind() in all the other aspects, so check the previous chapters for more information on it. The same goes for the die() method, which works just like the unbind() method, but should be used for cases where the live() method has been used.