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Stable Releases

v2.1.1

v2.1.0

v2.0.0

v1.1.1

v1.1.0

v1.0.0

As a payment, I would be really glad to see this plugin in action on your website. So please just let me know if you use it. Pure curiosity, just to see how my work is being used. :-)

Changelog

v2.1.1

  • Fixed a minor bug that could happen if a third party script updated the "trigger" DOM element

v2.1.0

  • Added a "unique" parameter to allow only one opened confirm box
  • Added a "targetElement" parameter to allow opening the confirm box on a DOM element contained in the trigger element (for instance, if you apply fastConfirm() to a form, you could specify that the confirm box shall open on the submit button. You can have a look at the demos for better understanding)
  • Fixed the "close" method in order to keep chaining

v2.0.0

Complete redesign.

  • Added an eventToBind parameter to allow Fast Confirm to directly handle events. Instead of binding the submit event for example, and then return false, and then submitting the form programmatically when the user says 'yes', just tell Fast Confirm that you want the form submission to be confirmed by the user. It takes care of the rest.
  • Methods can now be called the jQueryUI standardized way. Just try $('.my_button').fastConfirm('close'); to close the confirm box binded to your button
  • Internal redesign, with events and data namespacing, among others.

v1.1.1

  • Fixed a z-index issue
  • Added a zIndex parameter to allow the user to fine tune the z-index

v1.1.0

  • Fixed a bug causing multiple confirm boxes being opened when clicking multiple times on the same trigger. Now it opens only one confirm box for the same trigger, no matter how many times you clik it.
  • CSS3 support!
  • The "arrow" images are not necesary anymore. That makes a nice 0 images count for this whole plugin.

v1.0.0

First officially released version, offers the following:

  • Makes a confirmation box appear on click on an element
  • Allows positioning on either side of the trigger element
  • Callbacks are provided on click on either confirmation or cancellation button
Comments (8) Trackbacks (0)
  1. Nice neat and elegant.

    Thanks!

  2. the link text says v1.1.0 but it’s for the v1.1.1 download

  3. First, thanks for making this!
    Your v2.1.1 test.html includes jquery-1.4.2 when it should be jquery-1.5.1. U might wanna fix that.

  4. It’s true that the downloadable package includes jQuery 1.5.1, but it is not really necessary for this plugin. In fact, it should work as well with jQuery 1.3.2, so I’ll leave this version for the moment, as it allows me to check for compatibility with older versions.
    I don’t know which proportion of web apps use old versions of jQuery, maybe it would be interesting, by the way. I hope there are not many 1.3.x left, but I think there is still a lot using 1.4.x.
    Thanks for the report anyway.

  5. Is there something wrong with the download links? I can’t seem to download the latest Fast Confirm. It just takes me to a “Page not found” page on the jQuery site.

  6. Oh, yeah… The jQuery plugins site has had some kind of trouble lately… I just can’t understand how such a thing could happen. One year without any backup. One year of plugins just… Disappeared. W.T.F.
    But hopefully, I switched all of my plugins (and more) to GitHub before this disaster.
    So here is the nicest jQuery confirmation plugin. ;-)

  7. I want to download but each of the links I try state file not found.. any word?


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