jQuery 1.3: Part of the Big Deal
I know I'm not among the first to hear: jQuery 1.3 . Why is it worth supporting aggressively? Here's one reason:
This creates another paragraph that -- here it is -- you can click on forever to repeat the same behavior.
If that sounds freaky, look at this chart on the performance implications:
In otherwords, HTML returned via AJAX can have behaviors that bound to it forever, no matter where, or when the HTML makes its first appearance. Maybe I'm a JS noob... but I've always found that rebinding of behaviors to new elements in AJAX callts to be the biggest roadblock... even more so than IE6.