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Thread: [RESOLVED] JQuery Kicking Off A Function

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2008

    resolved [RESOLVED] JQuery Kicking Off A Function

    I'm new to JQuery, but I feel I can grasp it pretty quick with the help of a few boosters. I'm using this script that creates a dialog box on my site for my form field. Now I want to load some value into the form after the form loads in the dialog box. I feel that I have the correct code to do so, but I'm having issues kicking off the function.

    jQuery(function ($) {
    var contact = {
        message: null,
        init: function () {
                 //code that loads the form field in the dialog box
                onOpen: contact.foo,
                onClose: contact.fooagain
        foo:function() {
            contact.readyFields; //this is where I'm calling my function
        readyFields:function() {
            //code that loads additional form default values 
    With the part highlighted in bold, Firefox reads that "readyFields" is indeed a function but for some reason it doesn't initiate. Any suggestions?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Nevermind. Solved it. It was suppose to be content.readyFields()

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