…ult to true.
…$.mobile hash: - metaViewportContent: "width=device-width, minimum-scale=1, maximum-scale=1", - headExtras: undefined If metaViewportContent is undefined, no viewport meta tag will be added to the dom. headExtras is undefined by default, but allows for additional markup to be injected into the head element, such as meta tags used for enabling iOS local app features Also, the <base> tag is defined as $base (undefined if support test is false), so setting its value no longer uses an ID selector to find it.
… as it was checking for type of object, rather than function. Needs to be filled out with other css transitions events, along with our CSS itself. Also updated the animationComplete callback and got rid of a pointless timeout.
…". If set to false, loading message whill not appear during ajax requests, but ui-loading class will still apply to html element.
… unnecessary vars. Added $.mobile.defaultTransition, which defaults to "slide" but can be set to other transition names, or false, to disable default transitions (note: this won't prevent data-transition attrs from working when manually applied).
…ot terribly sophisticated yet, but least for now this allows for configuring device support conditions, which has been requested by users.
…bile hash. Renamed to $.mobile.nonHistorySelectors
… unbinding of single or multiple event handlers as well as manual triggering. jQuery.event.special.orientationchange.orientation might not need to be public (which could save a few bytes).
…acked in history.
…S and CSS files but don't want to go through the PHP server set-up bit.
…t the combined directory prior to being gzipped
…eated and then written to
…m breaking out beyond viewport. Fixes #353
…-remapping in Firefox. This ensures only stylesheets, but not anchors, are being remapped. Fixes #381