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jQuery UI multiselect in a table doesn’t behave as expected

I have a table where every column has a multiselect. Every cell is a clickable. When a cell is clicked, it’s associated row and column are selected. If I select a row, its column will also be selected. All the fields have the same class. I have the following selectors:
#tbl_Listings.selectedRow +.selectedColumn
#tbl_Listings.selectedRow +.selectedColumn +.selectedColumn

And I also have the following :
$(“#tbl_Listings.ui-state-default”).click(function() {
$(this).closest(‘.container’).find(‘.selectedRow’).closest(‘.column’).css(‘color’, ‘#FFFFFF’);

This is a sample code where you can see that it works.
Why isn’t it working for the fields that are added after page load?


Closest will only work properly if all of the elements have the same ancestors. Since your new elements are added after load but before the jquery click event fire, the closest will no longer find them. This is a common problem on relatively new versions of jquery. I haven’t tested it, but you could try changing it so the new elements (the selectedRow and selectedColumn elements) are the ancestors of the new elements as you create them.
EDIT: Here is a version that changes the colors when clicking on the different cells and only removes the color change when clicking on the selected rows (i.e. if you click on a cell in the selected row the color will only change on that row):
$(“#tbl_Listings.ui-state-default”).click(function () {
var c =;
var col = $(this).closest(“tr”).find(“.selectedColumn”).children(“label”);
var row = $(this).closest(“tr”).children(“label”).parent();
if (‘.selectedRow’) ||“.container”) ||‘.selectedColumn’)) {

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