Mobile-first delegated dropdown menus with smart positioning.
- Handles tap events
- Opens the dropdowns either up or down
- Justifies the content either to the left or the right of the parent
esccloses all dropdowns
- Only one dropdown menu open at a time
- You may need to set
- You need to handle
.Dropdown(.open)(.up)(.down)(.left)(.right) .Dropdown-toggle .Dropdown-menu .Dropdown-item
View index.css for the HTML structure.
var dropdown = require('delegated-dropdown')
Note that these methods are completely optional.
Dropdown is an emitter. The events are:
open <dropdown>- when a dropdown is opened
close <dropdown>- when a dropdown is closed
If you do not position your dropdowns, you probably want to set
overflow: hidden to prevent any accidental scroll bars.
Clears all dropdown menus.
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Copyright (c) 2014 Jonathan Ong email@example.com
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