Alright, thanks to both of you, its working beautifully (and I've 
learned a couple new things..)

A mistake in my css has made me think that class names were not working 
ajax - but thats remedied now.

Cheers,
--Peter

Fabian Streitel wrote:
> that's not quite correct
> 
> How about: (assumes rails and haml)
> 
> 
>> before_filter :find_tweet, :only => [:agree, :disagree_count]
> 
> 
> (nice one, I totally forgot the filters... )
> 
>> def disagree
>>  @tweet.disagree_count += 1
>>  render :partial => 'consensus_agree'
> 
> 
> this has to be
> render :partial => 'consensus_disagree'
> of course
> 
> end
>>
>> --------- _consensus_agree.haml ---------------
>>
>> %span{:style => 'color: green'}= @tweet.agree_count - 1
>> %span{:style => 'color: red'}= @tweet.disagree_count
>>
>> -----------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> so you'd have to have a second haml file for disagree.
> Greetz

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