…function for element
…he test failure
…oesn't work on some devices It seems that some device/browser vendors use window.orientation values 0 and 180 to denote the "default" orientation. For iOS devices, and most other smart-phones tested, the default orientation is always "portrait", but in some Android and RIM based tablets, the default orientation is "landscape". - Modified the orientationchange plugin so that it injects a landscape orientation media query into the document to figure out what the initial orientation is, it then makes adjustments to a portrait_map if necessary, so that we can properly decode the window.orientation value whenever get_orientation() is called.
…define.js in js/index.php
… load. @gseguin to address with jqm-docs.js change
… time for the leading test