SimpleModal 1.4.4 is now available for download. This release addressed the removal of $.browser in jQuery 1.9 (deprecated since 1.3).
SimpleModal 1.4.3 is now available for download. I never created a post for the 1.4.2 release (back in December 2011), so the following is a summary of changes since 1.4.1:
SimpleModal 1.4.1 is now available for download. I never created a post for the 1.4 release (back in August), so the following is a summary of changes since 1.3.5:
I’m happy to (finally) announce the release of SimpleModal Login 1.0! I’ve been working off-and-on since the beginning of the 2010 on adding new features, such as user registration, password reset and an activity indicator. All of those features are included in 1.0 as well as the following:
SimpleModal 1.3.5 is now available for download. The transient option, which was added in 1.3.4, was renamed to modal because transient is a reserved word and was causing issues. Also, the reference to $.support.boxModal was changed back to $.boxModal to remain compatible with older versions of jQuery.
SimpleModal 1.3.4 is now available for download. A new option, transient, was added which allows you to disable the overlay, iframe, and certain events. This would allow the user to still interact with the page below the dialog. Another container dimension fix was added to deal with Opera quirks. Lastly, a new internal placeholder was [...]
I’d like to introduce SimpleModal Login, a modal Ajax login for WordPress which utilizes jQuery and the SimpleModal jQuery plugin. SimpleModal Login handles logging into WordPress but does not handle user registration or the forgot password functions. SimpleModal Login also supports themes, something I’m planning on adding to the SimpleModal Contact Form plugin as well. [...]
In the SimpleModal 1.3.2 release I re-introduced an issue in IE7 with determining the container dimensions. Thanks to all who reported the issue, it has been fixed and 1.3.3 has been released. If you’re curious about the specifics, in IE7, $(element).width() (and height()) return a value that includes the padding and/or margin of the element. [...]