I expect jQuery chokes on a full document with <!DOCTYPE ...> and a <head> full of metas etc.
Try stripping data down to <body>...</body> before submitting it to jQuery.
thanks Airshow for your reply.. i'm doing this with php and MVC as the design pattern. here i echo() results from my query on a page in Model, which is included in the controller and index page is where i view it, all the <!DOCTYPE ...> and HTML code are added later as i load the page,these html codes are with in index.php .
so anyway as far as i know since these html codes are added later somewhere after i echo() my results, i don't think i can edit , process other codes before submitting it to jQuery. :-/
I have done some research for you and come to the conclusion that you can stay within the MVC framework by doing what is called "rendering a partial view".
That is as much as I know. For more information, see your framework's documentation or try googling the name of your framework plus "partial view".
All I have done is to change .find() to .filter() . It may work.
ok thanks Airshow. i will try this, about partial views, i think i have a clear idea i think i'm not good at describing it, maybe because English is not my mother tongue. So, sorry about any misunderstandings. anyway, thanks a lot for your help! much appreciated! Have a nice New year!!
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