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    • Category : Wordpress
    • Location : Mohali
    • Posted On : Mar 15, 2018

    You can specify a function identifier in a custom property in your .ajax() call and use the value of that in your ajaxComplete() callback.

    For example, get any ajax property while making your .ajax() call:
    function foo() {
        $.ajax({
            url: 'my-page.php',
        });
    }
    
    And then, use any of ajax property to ajaxComplete() like this:
    $('#my-unique-id').ajaxComplete(function(e, xhr, settings) { // run after all ajax complete 
        if (settings.url == 'my-page.php') { // write condition according to your requirement
            // execute you code
        } else {
            // execute you code
        }
    });
     

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