Aha. Try using onComplete. onSuccess fires when the Ajax event returns  
success (naturally) but before you've done anything in the local DOM  
with your new content. It's the Ajax equivalent of a 200 header from  
the browser. All it means is "everything worked, now your content is  


On Feb 16, 2009, at 9:47 AM, Jason Frisvold wrote:

> I actually tried onSuccess before, and had the same results.  Is this
> the correct syntax?

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