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I want to fire a button click and get data from database just after facebook login, which returns Email ID., after facebook login with help of javascript. I am using
$('btnSend').trigger('btnSend_Click');
 
in below script, but it does'nt work?
 
<pre lang="Javascript">function updateButton(response) {
                                var button = document.getElementById('fb-auth');
                                var email = document.getElementById('lbemail');
                                var btn = document.getElementById('btnSend');
 
                                if (response.authResponse) {
                                    //user is already logged in and connected
                                    var userInfo = document.getElementById('user-info');
                                    FB.api('/me', function (response) {
                                   userInfo.innerHTML = '<img src="https://graph.facebook.com/' + response.id +               '/picture">' + response.name;
                                        button.innerHTML = 'Logout';
                                        $('btnSend').trigger('btnSend_Click'); 
                                    });
                                    button.onclick = function () {
                                        FB.logout(function (response) {
                                        var userInfo = document.getElementById('user-info');
                                        userInfo.innerHTML = "";
 
                                        });
                                    };
Posted 7-Jan-12 0:38am
Edited 7-Jan-12 0:42am
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Kethu Sasikanth at 7-Jan-12 17:40pm
   
$('btnSend').. selector has a problem. It should have been $('.btnSend') if btnSend is class OR $('#btnSend') if btnSend is ctrl id.
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Solution 2

Try reading the documentation
http://api.jquery.com/trigger/[^]
 
1) The selector is incorrect. It should be $('.btnSend') or $('#btnSend') for selecting a class or element identifier, or some form of this.
 
2) The trigger function should be trigger('click') if you want to trigger a button click event.
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Wonde Tadesse at 8-Jan-12 12:13pm
   
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Solution 1

fire debugger plugin for firefox (or) IE browsewr also fired design,css,javascript also,so yo use this to check it.
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