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/** * jQuery.ScrollTo * Copyright (c) 2008 Ariel Flesler - aflesler(at)gmail(dot)com | http://flesler.blogspot.com * Dual licensed under the MIT (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php) * and GPL (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/gpl-license.php) licenses. * Date: 2/19/2008 * * @projectDescription Easy element scrolling using jQuery. * Tested with jQuery 1.2.1. On FF 2.0.0.11, IE 6, Opera 9.22 and Safari 3 beta. on Windows. * * @author Ariel Flesler * @version 1.3.3 * * @id jQuery.scrollTo * @id jQuery.fn.scrollTo * @param {String, Number, DOMElement, jQuery, Object} target Where to scroll the matched elements. * The different options for target are: * - A number position (will be applied to all axes). * - A string position ('44', '100px', '+=90', etc ) will be applied to all axes * - A jQuery/DOM element ( logically, child of the element to scroll ) * - A string selector, that will be relative to the element to scroll ( 'li:eq(2)', etc ) * - A hash { top:x, left:y }, x and y can be any kind of number/string like above. * @param {Number} duration The OVERALL length of the animation, this argument can be the settings object instead. * @param {Object} settings Hash of settings, optional. * @option {String} axis Which axis must be scrolled, use 'x', 'y', 'xy' or 'yx'. * @option {Number} duration The OVERALL length of the animation. * @option {String} easing The easing method for the animation. * @option {Boolean} margin If true, the margin of the target element will be deducted from the final position. * @option {Object, Number} offset Add/deduct from the end position. One number for both axes or { top:x, left:y }. * @option {Object, Number} over Add/deduct the height/width multiplied by 'over', can be { top:x, left:y } when using both axes. * @option {Boolean} queue If true, and both axis are given, the 2nd axis will only be animated after the first one ends. * @option {Function} onAfter Function to be called after the scrolling ends. * @option {Function} onAfterFirst If queuing is activated, this function will be called after the first scrolling ends. * @return {jQuery} Returns the same jQuery object, for chaining. * * @example $('div').scrollTo( 340 ); * * @example $('div').scrollTo( '+=340px', { axis:'y' } ); * * @example $('div').scrollTo( 'p.paragraph:eq(2)', 500, { easing:'swing', queue:true, axis:'xy' } ); * * @example var second_child = document.getElementById('container').firstChild.nextSibling; * $('#container').scrollTo( second_child, { duration:500, axis:'x', onAfter:function(){ * alert('scrolled!!'); * }}); * * @example $('div').scrollTo( { top: 300, left:'+=200' }, { offset:-20 } ); * * Notes: * - jQuery.scrollTo will make the whole window scroll, it accepts the same arguments as jQuery.fn.scrollTo. * - If you are interested in animated anchor navigation, check http://jquery.com/plugins/project/LocalScroll. * - The options margin, offset and over are ignored, if the target is not a jQuery object or a DOM element. * - The option 'queue' won't be taken into account, if only 1 axis is given. */ ;(function( $ ){ var $scrollTo = $.scrollTo = function( target, duration, settings ){ $scrollTo.window().scrollTo( target, duration, settings ); }; $scrollTo.defaults = { axis:'y', duration:1 }; //returns the element that needs to be animated to scroll the window $scrollTo.window = function(){ return $( $.browser.safari ? 'body' : 'html' ); }; $.fn.scrollTo = function( target, duration, settings ){ if( typeof duration == 'object' ){ settings = duration; duration = 0; } settings = $.extend( {}, $scrollTo.defaults, settings ); duration = duration || settings.speed || settings.duration;//speed is still recognized for backwards compatibility settings.queue = settings.queue && settings.axis.length > 1;//make sure the settings are given right if( settings.queue ) duration /= 2;//let's keep the overall speed, the same. settings.offset = both( settings.offset ); settings.over = both( settings.over ); return this.each(function(){ var elem = this, $elem = $(elem), t = target, toff, attr = {}, win = $elem.is('html,body'); switch( typeof t ){ case 'number'://will pass the regex case 'string': if( /^([+-]=)?\d+(px)?$/.test(t) ){ t = both( t ); break;//we are done } t = $(t,this);// relative selector, no break! case 'object': if( t.is || t.style )//DOM/jQuery toff = (t = $(t)).offset();//get the real position of the target } $.each( settings.axis.split(''), function( i, axis ){ var Pos = axis == 'x' ? 'Left' : 'Top', pos = Pos.toLowerCase(), key = 'scroll' + Pos, act = elem[key], Dim = axis == 'x' ? 'Width' : 'Height', dim = Dim.toLowerCase(); if( toff ){//jQuery/DOM attr[key] = toff[pos] + ( win ? 0 : act - $elem.offset()[pos] ); if( settings.margin ){//if it's a dom element, reduce the margin attr[key] -= parseInt(t.css('margin'+Pos)) || 0; attr[key] -= parseInt(t.css('border'+Pos+'Width')) || 0; } attr[key] += settings.offset[pos] || 0;//add/deduct the offset if( settings.over[pos] )//scroll to a fraction of its width/height attr[key] += t[dim]() * settings.over[pos]; }else attr[key] = t[pos];//remove the unnecesary 'px' if( /^\d+$/.test(attr[key]) )//number or 'number' attr[key] = attr[key] <= 0 ? 0 : Math.min( attr[key], max(Dim) );//check the limits if( !i && settings.queue ){//queueing each axis is required if( act != attr[key] )//don't waste time animating, if there's no need. animate( settings.onAfterFirst );//intermediate animation delete attr[key];//don't animate this axis again in the next iteration. } }); animate( settings.onAfter ); function animate( callback ){ $elem.animate( attr, duration, settings.easing, callback && function(){ callback.call(this, target); }); }; function max( Dim ){ var el = win ? $.browser.opera ? document.body : document.documentElement : elem; return el['scroll'+Dim] - el['client'+Dim]; }; }); }; function both( val ){ return typeof val == 'object' ? val : { top:val, left:val }; }; })( jQuery );// JavaScript Document