I have a concatenated list of posts like this:

Code:
<?php
// this generates a list of divs with unique id's as $post_id's
$my_posts .= '
	<div class="storypost' . $post_id . '">
		<a href="mystorypost.php?id=' . $post_id . '>' . $member_name . ' Post</a>
		<a href="#" onclick="DoAction(' . $mem_id . ', ' . $post_id . ');">Remove?</a>
	</div>
';
?>
And here is the javascript/ajax, which sends the variables to the _removepost.php, in order to run that code, and delete the post from the database...

Code:
<script>
function DoAction(mem_id, post_id) {
	var r = confirm('Are you sure you want to remove this post?');
	if (r == true) {
		$.ajax({
			type: "GET",
			url: "_removepost.php",
			data: "mem_id=" + mem_id + "&post_id=" + post_id,
		});
		$(".storypost"+post_id).hide();
		return false;
	} else {
		return;	
	}
}
</script>
So, the thing actually works (the post gets deleted from the database). But what does not work, is:

1) the div is not getting hidden via the .hide()
2) after I click the onClick link, the page scrolls back to the top of the page... and I have to end up reloading the page to see the change.

I believe there is something wrong with where I placed the "return false;" and something wrong with how I call the variable in .hide().