I've posted how we're adding the peer reviewed indicator to Serial Solutions
list on my blog (

It doesn't work quite the same but it works.


On 11/6/09 2:55 PM, "Michael Beccaria" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Both good ideas. Some of these pages are quite long so I don't know if ajax
> requests were plausible to begin with (speed wise). I'll post the results of
> what I did tomorrow (SerialsSolutions does a nightly update) so people can
> see. I'm happy to share the code if anyone wants to do something similar at
> their institution.
> Mike Beccaria
> Systems Librarian
> Head of Digital Initiatives
> Paul Smith's College
> 518.327.6376
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jason
> Casden
> Sent: Friday, November 06, 2009 3:18 PM
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> Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Jquery jsonp question
> Graeme's advice was really good for making sure you are working with the
> right element, but that may only be half of the problem. If you are making
> more than a few AJAX requests here, you may just be spawning too many AJAX
> requests at the same time, trashing browser performance. I think if you put
> all of this code at the end of any other useful Javascript you have and made
> synchronous requests instead (see my other post), it might help. If it works
> but the page gets populated with peer review labels too slowly, you could
> mess around with counters or something so that you are only doing 3 or 5 or
> some amount of AJAX requests at once.
> Jason

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