I have s7.addthis.com blocked in my hosts file as its an ad site. This breaks jqmgallery.com. Of course you should have ads, but people do block them so I think the site should work if ads are blocked. If you insist on people viewing with ads then don't jst fail and show a blank screen.
Until quite recently (14th September) an expanded collapsible had pretty-much the same formatting as normal text. Now there is new class, ui-btn-up-X, where X is [a-e] (c by default), which completely changes the formatting.
A couple of questions:
1. why was this done?
2. how can I get the original style?
This is a big deal for me as I use collapsible headings to make long passages of text palatable. Its especially a problem as ui-button-up-X is used elsewhere, so from my point of view something undesirable has suddenly been hard-coded into the source code.
I can't see a solution to (2) apart from (a) modifying the code or (b) using my own copy of collapsible. (b) seems preferable, but I'd rather have something simpler available.
I'm writing a small image zoom/drag component to work with jQuery Mobile. I'm trying to use a header in a page with data-fullscreen true, which allows the header to toggle on taps. I like this as it allows more room to view the image.
However the behaviour is too quirky/unobvious to make the approach usable. My component when dragging does stuff between the touchstart and touchend events. [ I'm using "raw" event handlers as I had some problems getting the touch data otherwise].
When the header is hidden and I drag everything is fine. When the header is initially showing then I get problems. A quick drag is OK (just touch drag release). However if I touch drag pause drag.. then during the pause (before the touchend) the bar appears, only to disappear when the drag restarts. When I stop the touch I often get a "flicker" when the header appears, disappears and then appears again.
This is even worse if I use pinch gestures on the iPhone.
Oddly enough there is no problem on Chrome using mouse events.
So, is this the intended behaviour or a bug? My simple-minded view, in order to make things repeatedly understandable to users is that the header should disappear (perhaps) on touchstart but then only reappear on touchend. Or just keep it there all the time would be fine.
This appearing on pause and then flickering is not good however!