$.fn.datafunction caches retrieved values, and doesn't refresh them when they are updated outside of jQuery (e.g. via the
datasetAPI), this makes jQuery's
$.fn.datafunction unusable with libraries like React.
$.fn.datafunction are stored as JSON values in
data-*attributes set on the DOM nodes, so for instance calling
$('#foo').data ( 'test', 123 )will add the
data-test="123"attribute to the
#foonode, as a consequence of this values that are not JSON-serializable are not supported.
0by jQuery, both when setting it via
0on your own:
transformapplied to the element when computing its dimensions.
mouseleave, but alternative bubbling versions of these events exist:
$.fn.onthe non-bubbling version of an event, and then pass
$.fn.triggerthe bubbling version of that event, the event handler registered for the non-bubbling version of that event won't be triggered, you must use event names consistently.
$.fn.trigger, they will always be made bubble. If you instead trigger non-bubbling events manually, like by calling the
focusmethod of an element, that event won't be made bubble.
falsestops the propagation from the target element, not the delegate element.
<span>element, or create a
$.fn.find, in a unary fashion.
> .barlike you sometimes can with jQuery.
$.uniquefunction only works with DOM nodes.
$.uniquefunction works with any kind of value.