[SOLVED] onClick function not working in child of function reactjs


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I’m looking to make an onClick function that works in the child of my function, but it doesn’t seem to be working and I don’t know why.

The onClick is meant to take the id from this:

const userCampaigns = [
    id: "curse-strahd",
    title: "Curse of Strahd",
    image: "/card-images/affroen and friends.jpg",
    description: "Scary vampire man does evil."

and return the results from this in one of my components:

const sesssions = {

"curse-strahd": [

Then make a card that displays the sessions.

These are my components:
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My code:

export default function ChooseCampaign() {
const [show, setShow] = useState(false);
const [displaySessionListId, setDisplaySessionListId] = useState("")

function clickHandler(displayId) {
    return () => {

return <div style={{backgroundSize: 'cover', backgroundImage: `url(${imgCaravan})`, display: 'flex', alignItems: 'center', justifyContent: 'center', position: 'fixed', top: 0, width: '100%', height: '100%', marginLeft: '-8px' }}>
        {userCampaigns.map((val) => (<ChooseCampaignCard onClick={clickHandler(val.id)} key={val.id} id={val.id} image={val.image} title={val.title} description={val.description}/>))}
    <SessionCard sessionListId={displaySessionListId} />



Change onclick event call to below arrow function:

{userCampaigns.map((val) => (<ChooseCampaignCard onClick={()=>clickHandler(val.id)} key={val.id} id={val.id} image={val.image} title={val.title} description={val.description}/>))}

In clickHandler event, you are actually returning a function instead of executing statements. Either change your clickHandler function as below

function clickHandler(displayId) {

or call your click handler as below

<ChooseCampaignCard onClick={()=>clickHandler(val.id)()} key={val.id} id={val.id} image={val.image} title={val.title} description={val.description}/>

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