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How can I call a javascript function from a jquery?

Posted 6-Dec-10 19:53pm
Updated 6-Dec-10 21:58pm
Dalek Dave433.3K
Dalek Dave 7-Dec-10 3:58am
Edited for Grammar.
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Solution 1

jQuery is customized Javascript kind of!
Just call the method as you do in normal Javascript.
niravsahayata 7-Dec-10 2:51am
i want to call ScrollTop function insde $('#desti').click(),how can i do this??

<script type="text/javascript">
$().ready(function() {
} ):
function ScrollTop()
document.getElementById('frameDiv').scrollTop = 0;

Dalek Dave 7-Dec-10 3:58am
Simple Answer! :)
Sandeep Mewara 7-Dec-10 4:29am
Try $('#desti').click(function(){ScrollTop();});
niravsahayata 7-Dec-10 4:41am
THANKS...its working.
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