As the lead of the jQuery dev team he works to ensure high quality, timely, releases of the library, organizes the planning and development efforts of the team, and generally drives the direction of the library. Kris Borchers Executive Director Kris works daily to help drive the jQuery Foundation toward its mission to make the open web accessible to everyone. Whether he is working with project developers, meeting with current and future supporting members or even occasionally writing a bit of code, he is always working to grow the foundation and help it bring the greatest positive impact to the open web as possible. She is passionate about the use of technology in Higher Education as well as the Web and Mobile world.
Removed in version 0. Renamed in version 0. Now you can change the way the popup should pop up. Now you can control the easing effect on open and follow.
In jQuery there are two kinds of easings, swing as default and linear. If you want more you can include a plugin like the jQuery easing plugin. When using loadUrl ajax or image it will recenter when the request has loaded.
Renamed the option fadeSpeed to speed. Closing the popup while scrolling will now always close the popup entirely. The bug was only present if used with multiple popups Thanks to Ben Meyers for reporting it. I need more time to investigate for a better solution but hopes that Apple will fix it in the next IOS release.
The closeclass is now using delegate instead of the more heavy live event handler. Important note — this means that bPopup now is depending on jQuery 1. Is someone using jQuery below version 1.
When using loadUrl you can now define a callback. Cleaned code a bit.
Multiple popup count fix Thanks to Michael for reporting Bugfix: Scroll before popup is loaded opacity fix Bugfix: Moved initialization of popup to after onOpen event so it will center properly when adding stuff onOpen. Important note — Swapped arguments in Position so it now takes [x, y] instead of [y, x] like everything else in the world.
Important note — Also swapped arguments in Follow so it also takes [x, y] instead of [y, x] and removed third argument. Defines if the popup should append to an element or just open where it is.
Defines the position style which has impact on how the popup follows on scroll and resize. Now you can open all the bPopups you want on top of each other.
Added 3rd parameter to follow, default false. If true the popup will be fixed on the screen. Browser detecting is bad why I removed the check for IE6.
Added a duration time to the hide call so onOpen and loadUrl always will be trigged when needed. Gives you full control where the popup should be. If you need this feature do the magic inside the onOpen event.
No, the standard way to serialize to JSON is to use an existing JSON serialization library. If you don't wish to do this, then you're going to have to write your own serialization methods. RESPONSIVE MENU. Check the demo menu at the top of the page or the video tutorial below on how to create a mobile-friendly menu.
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A Touch-Optimized Web Framework. jQuery Mobile is a HTML5-based user interface system designed to make responsive web sites and apps that are accessible on . An HTML5, jQuery-based widget library for building modern web apps.
- telerik/kendo-ui-core. I’ve had a difficult time finding documentation on the CouchDB jQuery plugin that ships with CouchDB. So, I’ve decided to create my own reference and share it with you. This should cover almost the entire CouchDB API that is available through the version of the plugin that ships with CouchDB