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+Copyright Mathias Bynens <http://mathiasbynens.be/>
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+# `<details>`/`<summary>` jQuery plugin
+
+This plugin polyfills `<details>`/`<summary>` HTML elements. [More information can be found in my blog post on the subject.](http://mathiasbynens.be/notes/html5-details-jquery)
+
+## Demo & Examples
+
+<http://mathiasbynens.be/demo/html5-details-jquery>
+
+## Example Usage
+
+```js
+// Polyfill a given set of elements
+$('details').details();
+// Detect whether `<details>`/`<summary>` are natively supported
+console.log($.fn.details.support ? 'Native support' : 'No native support');
+```
+
+## Notes
+
+The plugin doesn’t require you to add any CSS to your document. It will add a `class="open"` to any open `<details>` elements though, so you can easily target these using CSS if you want.
+
+This plugin includes my [noSelect jQuery plugin](http://mths.be/noselect).
+
+This plugin automatically feature tests for native `<details>`/`<summary>` support and only enables the fallback when it’s necessary. You don’t have to write any feature tests yourself.
+
+This fallback works in all A-grade browsers, including IE6. It will only be executed if the `<details>` element is not natively supported in the browser. If it isn’t, and JavaScript is disabled, all elements will still be visible to the user.
+
+## License
+
+This plugin is dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses, just like jQuery itself.
+
+_– [Mathias](http://mathiasbynens.be/)_
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+<!DOCTYPE html>
+<html>
+ <head>
+ <meta charset="utf-8">
+ <title>HTML5 &lt;details> fallback using jQuery: demo</title>
+ <!--[if lt IE 9]><script src="http://html5shiv.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html5.js"></script><![endif]-->
+ <style>
+ details, summary { display: block; border: 1px solid #666; padding: 1em; }
+ .no-details summary:hover, .no-details summary:focus { background: #ddd; }
+ /* The following styles are not really needed, since the jQuery script takes care of hiding/displaying the elements. */
+ /* However, we’re still gonna use CSS as well to prevent FOUC in browsers that understand these selectors. */
+ /* Remember: by default (and probably most of the time), the contents of the <details> element are hidden. */
+
+ .no-details details > * { display: none; }
+ /* This doesn’t work very well in Firefox 3.6.x */
+ /* .no-details details[open] > * { display: block; } */
+ /* The following doesn’t toggle correctly in Webkit:
+ .no-details details summary:before { content: '► '; }
+ .no-details details[open] summary:before { content: '▼ '; }
+ */
+ /* And yes, it should really be ::before, but that doesn’t work in IE8 */
+ .no-details details summary:before { float: left; width: 20px; content: ''; }
+ .no-details details.open summary:before { content: ''; }
+ /* For IE6 and IE7, who don’t support generated content, you could use padding-left + a background image instead */
+ /* I really couldn’t be bothered though. */
+ /*
+ .no-details details summary { padding-left: 20px; background: url(img/arrow-sprite.png) no-repeat 0 0; }
+ .no-details details.open summary { background-position: 0 -20px; }
+ */
+ /* Make sure summary remains visible */
+ .no-details details summary { display: block; }
+ /* Apply a pointer cursor upon hover to indicate it’s a clickable element. These styles can be applied regardless of whether the fallback is needed */
+ summary { cursor: pointer; }
+ </style>
+ </head>
+ <body>
+ <p>See <a href="http://mathiasbynens.be/notes/html5-details-jquery" title="HTML5 &lt;details> fallback with jQuery">HTML5 <code>&lt;details></code> fallback with jQuery</a>.</p>
+ <!-- Example taken from http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/interactive-elements.html#the-details-element -->
+ <section class="progress window">
+ <h1>Copying “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” (<code>details</code> with <code>summary</code>)</h1>
+ <details>
+ <summary>Copying… <progress max="375505392" value="97543282"></progress> 25%</summary>
+ <dl>
+ <dt>Transfer rate:</dt>
+ <dd>452KB/s</dd>
+ <dt>Local filename:</dt>
+ <dd>/home/rpausch/raycd.m4v</dd>
+ <dt>Remote filename:</dt>
+ <dd>/var/www/lectures/raycd.m4v</dd>
+ <dt>Duration:</dt>
+ <dd>01:16:27</dd>
+ <dt>Color profile:</dt>
+ <dd>SD (6-1-6)</dd>
+ <dt>Dimensions:</dt>
+ <dd>320×240</dd>
+ </dl>
+ </details>
+ </section>
+ <!-- Same example, but now without a <summary> -->
+ <section class="progress window">
+ <h1>Copying “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” (<code>details</code> without <code>summary</code>)</h1>
+ <details>
+ <dl>
+ <dt>Transfer rate:</dt>
+ <dd>452KB/s</dd>
+ <dt>Local filename:</dt>
+ <dd>/home/rpausch/raycd.m4v</dd>
+ <dt>Remote filename:</dt>
+ <dd>/var/www/lectures/raycd.m4v</dd>
+ <dt>Duration:</dt>
+ <dd>01:16:27</dd>
+ <dt>Color profile:</dt>
+ <dd>SD (6-1-6)</dd>
+ <dt>Dimensions:</dt>
+ <dd>320×240</dd>
+ </dl>
+ </details>
+ </section>
+ <!-- Same example, but now without the `open` attribute -->
+ <section class="progress window">
+ <h1>Copying “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” (<code>details</code> with <code>open</code> attribute)</h1>
+ <details open>
+ <summary>Copying… <progress max="375505392" value="97543282"></progress> 25%</summary>
+ <dl>
+ <dt>Transfer rate:</dt>
+ <dd>452KB/s</dd>
+ <dt>Local filename:</dt>
+ <dd>/home/rpausch/raycd.m4v</dd>
+ <dt>Remote filename:</dt>
+ <dd>/var/www/lectures/raycd.m4v</dd>
+ <dt>Duration:</dt>
+ <dd>01:16:27</dd>
+ <dt>Color profile:</dt>
+ <dd>SD (6-1-6)</dd>
+ <dt>Dimensions:</dt>
+ <dd>320×240</dd>
+ </dl>
+ </details>
+ </section>
+ <!-- <details> element containing only text, as requested by Shelley Powers -->
+ <section>
+ <h1><code>details</code> element containing only text</h1>
+ <details>
+ Test
+ </details>
+ </section>
+ <!-- <details> element containing some direct child text nodes in addition to other children -->
+ <section>
+ <h1><code>details</code> element containing some children and some child text nodes</h1>
+ <details>
+ <!-- An HTML comment -->
+ <p>Foo</p>
+ <!-- Another HTML comment -->
+ Bar
+ <p>Baz<!-- Another HTML comment --></p>
+ Inga
+ </details>
+ </section>
+ <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js"></script>
+ <script src="jquery.details.js"></script>
+ <script>
+ $(function() {
+ var nativeDetailsSupport = $.fn.details.support;
+ if (!nativeDetailsSupport) {
+ document.documentElement.className += ' no-details';
+ }
+ $('details').details();
+
+ $('body').prepend(nativeDetailsSupport ? 'Native support detected; the plugin won’t do anything.' : 'Emulation active; you are watching the plugin in action!');
+ });
+ </script>
+ </body>
+</html>
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+/*! http://mths.be/details v0.0.1 by @mathias */
+(function(document, $) {
+
+ var proto = $.fn,
+ details,
+ // Feature test for native `<details>` support
+ isDetailsSupported = (function(doc) {
+ var el = doc.createElement('details'),
+ fake,
+ root,
+ diff;
+ if (!('open' in el)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ root = doc.body || (function() {
+ var de = doc.documentElement;
+ fake = true;
+ return de.insertBefore(doc.createElement('body'), de.firstElementChild || de.firstChild);
+ }());
+ el.innerHTML = '<summary>a</summary>b';
+ el.style.display = 'block';
+ root.appendChild(el);
+ diff = el.offsetHeight;
+ el.open = true;
+ diff = diff != el.offsetHeight;
+ root.removeChild(el);
+ if (fake) {
+ root.parentNode.removeChild(root);
+ }
+ return diff;
+ }(document));
+
+ /*! http://mths.be/noselect v1.0.2 by @mathias */
+ proto.noSelect = function() {
+
+ // Since the string 'none' is used three times, storing it in a variable gives better results after minification
+ var none = 'none';
+
+ // onselectstart and ondragstart for WebKit & IE
+ // onmousedown for WebKit & Opera
+ return this.bind('selectstart dragstart mousedown', function() {
+ return false;
+ }).css({
+ 'MozUserSelect': none,
+ 'WebkitUserSelect': none,
+ 'userSelect': none
+ });
+
+ };
+
+ // Execute the fallback only if there’s no native `details` support
+ if (isDetailsSupported) {
+
+ details = proto.details = function() {
+ return this;
+ };
+ details.support = isDetailsSupported;
+
+ } else {
+
+ details = proto.details = function() {
+
+ // Loop through all `details` elements
+ return this.each(function() {
+
+ // Store a reference to the current `details` element in a variable
+ var $details = $(this),
+ // Store a reference to the `summary` element of the current `details` element (if any) in a variable
+ $detailsSummary = $('summary', $details),
+ // Do the same for the info within the `details` element
+ $detailsNotSummary = $details.children(':not(summary)'),
+ // This will be used later to look for direct child text nodes
+ $detailsNotSummaryContents = $details.contents(':not(summary)'),
+ // This will be used later on
+ // Note that .hasAttribute doesn’t work in older IEs
+ open = this.getAttribute('open');
+
+ // If there is no `summary` in the current `details` element…
+ if (!$detailsSummary.length) {
+ // …create one with default text
+ $detailsSummary = $(document.createElement('summary')).text('Details').prependTo($details);
+ }
+
+ // Look for direct child text nodes
+ if ($detailsNotSummary.length != $detailsNotSummaryContents.length) {
+ // Wrap child text nodes in a `span` element
+ $detailsNotSummaryContents.filter(function() {
+ // Only keep the node in the collection if it’s a text node containing more than only whitespace
+ // http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/common-microsyntaxes.html#space-character
+ return (this.nodeType === 3) && (/[^ \t\n\f\r]/.test(this.data));
+ }).wrap('<span>');
+ // There are now no direct child text nodes anymore — they’re wrapped in `span` elements
+ $detailsNotSummary = $details.children(':not(summary)');
+ }
+
+ // Hide content unless there’s an `open` attribute
+ // Chrome 10 already recognizes the `open` property as a boolean (even though it doesn’t support rendering `<details>` yet)
+ // Other browsers without `<details>` support treat it as a string
+ if (typeof open == 'string' || (typeof open == 'boolean' && open)) {
+ $details.addClass('open');
+ $detailsNotSummary.show();
+ } else {
+ $detailsNotSummary.hide();
+ }
+
+ // Set the `tabindex` of the `summary` element to 0 to make it keyboard accessible
+ $detailsSummary.noSelect().attr('tabIndex', 0).click(function() {
+ // Focus on the `summary` element
+ $detailsSummary.focus();
+ // Toggle the `open` attribute of the `details` element
+ typeof $details.attr('open') != 'undefined' ? $details.removeAttr('open') : $details.attr('open', 'open');
+ // Toggle the additional information in the `details` element
+ $detailsNotSummary.toggle(0);
+ $details.toggleClass('open');
+ }).keyup(function(event) {
+ if (13 === event.keyCode || 32 === event.keyCode) {
+ // Enter or Space is pressed — trigger the `click` event on the `summary` element
+ // Opera already seems to trigger the `click` event when Enter is pressed
+ if (!($.browser.opera && 13 === event.keyCode)) {
+ event.preventDefault();
+ $detailsSummary.click();
+ }
+ }
+ });
+
+ });
+
+ };
+
+ details.support = isDetailsSupported;
+
+ }
+
+}(document, jQuery));
4 jquery.details.min.js
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+/*! http://mths.be/details v0.0.1 by @mathias */
+(function(a,$){var c=$.fn,b,d=(function(i){var g=i.createElement("details"),f,e,h;if(!("open" in g)){return false}e=i.body||(function(){var j=i.documentElement;f=true;return j.insertBefore(i.createElement("body"),j.firstElementChild||j.firstChild)}());g.innerHTML="<summary>a</summary>b";g.style.display="block";e.appendChild(g);h=g.offsetHeight;g.open=true;h=h!=g.offsetHeight;e.removeChild(g);if(f){e.parentNode.removeChild(e)}return h}(a));
+/*! http://mths.be/noselect v1.0.2 by @mathias */
+c.noSelect=function(){var e="none";return this.bind("selectstart dragstart mousedown",function(){return false}).css({MozUserSelect:e,WebkitUserSelect:e,userSelect:e})};if(d){b=c.details=function(){return this};b.support=d}else{b=c.details=function(){return this.each(function(){var e=$(this),h=$("summary",e),g=e.children(":not(summary)"),i=e.contents(":not(summary)"),f=this.getAttribute("open");if(!h.length){h=$(a.createElement("summary")).text("Details").prependTo(e)}if(g.length!=i.length){i.filter(function(){return(this.nodeType===3)&&(/[^ \t\n\f\r]/.test(this.data))}).wrap("<span>");g=e.children(":not(summary)")}if(typeof f=="string"||(typeof f=="boolean"&&f)){e.addClass("open");g.show()}else{g.hide()}h.noSelect().attr("tabIndex",0).click(function(){h.focus();typeof e.attr("open")!="undefined"?e.removeAttr("open"):e.attr("open","open");g.toggle(0);e.toggleClass("open")}).keyup(function(j){if(13===j.keyCode||32===j.keyCode){if(!($.browser.opera&&13===j.keyCode)){j.preventDefault();h.click()}}})})};b.support=d}}(document,jQuery));

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