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Button created in puzzles does not work

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  • #56330
    felix
    Customer

    Hello. I created this test.
    1. I want the button with mouseover to turn red, with mouseout to turn gray.
    2. Then with the click it remains solid red, mouseover is deactivated and a modal opens.
    3. Then I want that clicking either on the modal or the same button closes the modal and the button turns gray again and mouseover activates again.
    But part 3 doesn’t work. Where am I wrong?

    https://v3d.net/be2

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    #56334
    kdv77kdv
    Participant

    On the app loading you create event listeners ‘click’ for non-existing elements button_2 and modal_1 (they will be created only when you click button_1). Put the 5th puzzle inside the 4th puzzle (at the end) and the last puzzle place inside the 3rd puzzle.

    #56336
    felix
    Customer

    Supper! But it works only once.
    How can I reactivate button_1? It must have the same options as before again. Now it doesn’t work anymore.
    Thank you.

    #56337
    kdv77kdv
    Participant

    That’s because you’ve removed the first button_1 with all its event listeners. The second button_1, created later, is not the same. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th puzzles don’t work any more. You need to re-register event listeners for the newly created button_1.

    P.S. Do not remove it. Just hide/show it.

    #56339
    felix
    Customer

    Thanl you for your patience :good:
    solved this way and it works :yahoo:

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    #57354
    visualizer
    Participant

    Hi
    Felix

    I was checking your link of button but the third point is not working.
    you have the final worked link?

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