I'm busy hacking a template from an existing source to fit into a new Cake backend. The template is pretty well written but I need to update the way in which content is being loaded and displayed. Currently the site loads the *entire* site into one page and then flipping the visibility of elements in order to simulate dynamic loading. Of course this works fine for the demo site the template loads, but is not going to fly for a production site.
Luckily jQuery has an extra bit of goodness that made the task trivial. It stores event handlers in the data attribute (read up about that here http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.data/ ).
Using Firebug you can open your console tab and bash in the magic command:
replacing the element selector with something more likely to match in your document.
That will give you a nice interactive way to explore the element and all of it's handlers, letting you click through right to the point in script where the handler is defined.
This saves lots of time having to RTFS.
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