I do not think I have mentioned this before, but one of my goals I set for myself for being a Website developer-trainee is to write a jQuery plugin. You know, one of those scripts you use with jQuery to perform cool stuff? Yea, that thing. There are plenty of them. Chances are, if you are a Website dev, you have used one. Just like my goal of writing a Python module (which was realized with
linescan.py), I have wanted to make a jQuery plugin. The problem has been what I should make.
I finally have the answer.
Introducing jQuery Spoiler!
You can guess what happened next. 😛
Setting up and using jQuery Spoiler is super simple, and you can nearly customize all aspects. Since all it does is show/hide content and provide a button to do so, you can style it as little or as much as you desire. It is almost like a framework. It provides the action, you provide everything else. 🙂
Mind you this is a first release, so everything is not wrinkle-free. I already have a laundry list of improvements I need to make, and there are some limitations pertaining to supported selectors, but in due time they will all go away. 🙂 If you want, you can even help improve it! 😀
Catch you later!