Welcome to Joyride
Joyride is an easy to configure jQuery site tour wizard.
Installation Guide: http://www.zurb.com/playground/jquery-joyride-feature-tour-plugin
Joyride is MIT-licensed and absolutely free to use.
Joyride 3.0 - In Progress (v3 branch)
New in 2.1 - June 26, 2013
- Set tab focus to modal.
- Add ARIA support
- Patch for
destroymethod to check for joyride initialization.
- Add expose support; background darkens and target highlights.
- Localstorage support as alternative to cookies.
- Add option to set cookie path.
- Better tooltip alignment.
- Add top adjustment options on a per-tip basis.
- Other minor bug fixes.
New in 2.0.3 - January 4, 2013
- Better screen edge detection
- Source documentation updates
New in 2.0.2 - Novmeber 7, 2012
- Fix for off-screen detection in auto tooltip positioning
- Fix for older versions of jQuery back to 1.4.3
- jQuery 1.4.2 is no longer supported as it has issues with window resize
- Support lists in tooltip content
- Fix for reinitialization of plugin.
New in 2.0.1 - September 28, 2012
- Skip missing tooltip targets
New in 2.0 - September 28, 2012
- remove counters in favor of jQuery's in-built .next() method
- button text is now defined with a data-button attribute, data-text will be deprecated in 3.0
- edge-aware tooltips that reposition based on proximity to edge of screen (thanks to Jason from Hugo4GL for help with this)
- support for pause, resume, restart, and destroy; ex. https://gist.github.com/3430584
- support for jQuery 1.8.2, and 1.4.2+
- modal style tooltips (li elements without data-id or data-class)
- move tooltip templating to settings
- make cookie support an option
- you can now specify a
startOffsetfor the index of the tooltip you want the tour to start on
- better support for right and left aligned tooltips
- override nub position on a per tooltip bases
- deprecate inline positioning of tooltips
- support for class based targeting with
postRideCallbacknow return a reference to the last tip index and jquery object
- more functionality, same size compressed (~12kb)
Comprehensive documentation is available on the Joyride homepage listed above.
- DEMO - Demo specific files, not necessary to use the plugin
- joyride-2.1.css - Default Joyride styles, required
- jquery-1.10.1.js - A version of jQuery, required, 1.4.3+ is required
- jquery.joyride-2.1.js - The heart of Joyride, required
- modernizr.mq.js - A custom build of Modernizr with just mediaqueries
- jquery.cookie.js - required for cookie support.
- .gitignore - Those pesky DS_Store files...this is not part of the plugin
Joyride was made by ZURB, a product design company in Campbell, CA.
If Joyride knocks your socks off the way we hope it does and you want more, why not check out our jobs?
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