There you go folks…I’m no JS / AJAX expert (or even a novice) but that’s what he’s after.
Over to you.
Thank you both for clear that out.
I assume I’ve got your point there. $.load() should be what you are looking for.
[jQuery API - $.load](http://api.jquery.com/load/)
Also, check out this screen cast from chris:
[ AJAXing a WordPress theme](http://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/81-ajaxing-a-wordpress-theme/)
Just register on the tab-button click event and load the content from another URL.
Like this, http://codepen.io/andyunleashed/pen/gEJdf
Oh, and you should be aware that your content won’t be visible to SEO bots unless it’s in a permitted subdirectory.
Ok, that’s a start. So I can get the HTML code with get() and when the click occurs I can use append() to insert it. I just need a function to remove HTML to achieve what I want.
I think remove() will do it
Is there a way to have a callback when the stuff inserted with append finishes loading?
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