Articles tagged with #modal




Powerful Impromptu Buttons

jQuery Impromptu has a secret weapon, buttons! Many modals tools you must create your own, or jump through hoops to add them with events. Impromptu was built around buttons. In it's simplest form, buttons can be passed as key/value pairs like so: $.prompt('Example 2',{ buttons: { Ok: true, Cancel …



Impromptu 4.0 is More Eventful

The avid Impromptu enthusiast will be much pleased with the advancement of using events. Not only does 4.0 bring more events, it also brings better events. First and foremost I must point out there is a change to the state's submit parameters. The first parameter is now an jQuery …



Impromptu 3.2 Gets Quick Update

If you recently downloaded Impromptu 3.2, you may want to grab it again. A small bug was fixed. I didn't find it worth while to create a new version, it was a line of code. On top of that the bug was merely a visual detail, and not critical …



Impromptu 3.2 - Mobile jQuery Prompts

jQuery Impromptu has seen a little attention lately, mostly dealing with some mobile improvements. While it did work before on most decent devices, iPad and company politely decided not to enable the position:fixed css property. Of course the reasoning behind this is logical. If a large element is "position …



jQuery Impromptu Now on Github

Its been a while in the making, I've finally gotten Impromptu into Github, something I should have done a long time back. I'm excited to see how it evolves now, as it has been at a very stable 3.1 for a while. Also I created a themes folder with …



Moopromptu - A Mootools Version of Impromptu

Sometimes my mind wonders and I just want to play with other technologies. This was one of those times. I'd been wanting to learn a little more about Mootools, especially after reading about their upcoming 1.3 release with a fast, new selector engine. So I figured what better way …



Impromptu 3.1 is Here

I finallized the changes from earlier in the week, and jQuery Impromptu 3.1 is now available! As I mentioned then there are three notable changes to Impromptu: Add callbacks to nextState, prevState, and goToState functions. Fix bug when cloning html for use like $(‘#selector’).prompt(); Ability to pass an …



Impromptu 3.1 Coming This Week

Impromptu 3.1 is in the works now, and I plan to release it this week. As of now I am just looking to add a few features, so there are no real changes that should break any older versions. As of now I have 3 new changes/additions, one …