Theming ajaxified view/view block

Views module provides powerful end flexible tools to create custom template files for each element, but as it is using jQuery in few places, it is necessary to keep template structure in order, to make sure all JS and Ajax facilities will work correctly. This document describes relation between markup of Views and jQuery code which is attached to view which is using Ajax.

Creating custom Drupal.ajax object 'on the fly' and attach it to any DOM element on the page (div, td, span etc.)

Add AJAX capability to a new DOM element

From Drupal documentation we know how to add 'AJAX' for links and form element, from PHP with '#ajax' element attribute, but this technics propose to create AJAX object on client side.

To create new Drupal.ajax object we need to do the following:

Drupal AJAX Is No Longer Working

For some reason my
views, panels or any ajax feature
is not working on my drupal site

Can you please help?

Many Thanks

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collect form_states via ajax, if forms are in different blocks

I wonder if it's possible to get the values from two forms, if the forms are in two different blocks. I like to design a search page. The search page should have many option-forms for filtering the result. The search-page gets the xml-data from a solr-server, the option forms are sending users choice via REST to the solr-server. This works.

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need support, trying to implement ajax in a view

Hi, this is what im trying to do:

I made an inventory management, that was easy, I just did the content type product with its respective fields of cuantity, and others.
In a view I did 2 tables the normal stock and the critic stock, where I show the name of the product, the quantity and 2 buttons for each product, the button (+) and the button (-) those buttons are for add or remove products of the stock, you understand, this is an example

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9. Simple Drupal AJAX load with jQuery and delivery callback

Most AJAX code in the Drupal documentation focuses on traditional json/_get() applications, which require json manipulation of the information when it arrives on the client side. Using the jQuery.load() function you can load HTML from a URL that will render directly in a target element with only a single line of JavaScript code.

The real trick here is to get only the HTML you need instead of rendering the header, footer, and every other element that comes with a full page load. This is where the 'delivery callback' setting in hook_menu comes into play. The 'delivery callback' setting defaults to drupal_deliver_html() which returns a fully rendered HTML page. We need to define our own delivery callback function returning just the HTML we want to render via AJAX on the client side.


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