… Easily adapts event delegation to the jQuery style. $("div").live("click", fn); $("div > #foo").live("submit", fn); $("div").die("click");
…owser from within jQuery itself (while simultaneously deprecating the use of jQuery.browser).
…sed to create the document fragment.
…r tweaks (to make the tests a little more pragmatic - especially for document order elements). But it appears to be passing well and that's enough. Closes #3563.
… being used for elements.
…ct functions for execution.
…urns exact output - or null if none is provided, which was tripping it up).
…heet loading. Closes #2614.
…to using typeof instead.
…alled too early). Fixing this allows the test suite to work again.
…use Object.prototype.toString to verify the type, .constructor use was removed in favor of typeof, typeof checks now use ===, undefined checks use === undefined. All of this is outlined in the new style guidelines: http://docs.jquery.com/JQuery_Core_Style_Guidelines#Type_Checks. Fixes bug #3618.
… the setInterval, ajaxStop event isn't getting triggered).
… ready code and 2) Provides some form of fallback DOM Ready for Iframes in IE. Closes #2614.