With the release of the jQuery 1.3 on the 24th Janurary 2009 see’s the new feature called ‘Live Events’. This goes some way to solve the jQuery problem of creating dom elements on the fly which then have no events bound. Then your normally required to rebind any event handlers to them, resulting another potential large layer of complexity to your code.
Well with Live Events this is no longer required (well for some events anyway). By creating a event handler through a via Live Event it bounds all current and future elements. This gives you the advantage of not having to repeat the events handlers. Some events are excluded: blur, focus, mouseenter, mouseleave, change, submit. Fortunately the most common ones are supported and no doubt all will be supported in the future.