asked    Bill     2018-07-24       javascript       151 view        2 Answers

[SOLVED] Unbind preventDefault after run a function

I have a <a> and I want when I click on it, respectively, first run a function then <a> URL bring me to another page.


<a class="goTo" href=""> Projects </a>
<a class="goTo" href=""> About</a>


$('.goTo').click(function(e) {
  return x()

  2 Answers  

        answered    William     2018-07-24      

Just remove e.preventDefault().

Event handlers run before the default action (which, in the case of a link, is to cause the browser to navigate to another page).

$('.goTo').click(function(e) {
  return x()

function x() {
  alert("Function x");
<script src=""></script>
<a class="goTo" href=""> Example </a>

        answered    Kitty     2018-07-24      


<a class="goTo" href="" onClick="doSomething(this)"> Projects</a>
<a class="goTo" href="" onClick="doSomething(this)"> About</a>


function doSomething(element){
  //use element.href to get the href attribute of the element
  location.href = element.href;

jQuery (alternative):

  location.href = $(this).attr('href');


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