Entries Tagged as 'jQuery UI'

I've used a half dozen modal window plug-ins for jQuery and most have pretty extensive features and options. Somehow I tend to always come back to jQuery UI's dialog. They've done a pretty fair job at creating a versatile and customizable modal window feature. Any container can be turned into a modal window with a simple .dialog() method chained on. The problem that I ran into recently is that when you launch the dialog window, the only way to close is by doing one of the following:

  • Clicking the close button in the top right.
  • Pressing the "escape" button (if the dialog was configured to close on escape).

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D2W - Designer/Developer Workflow ConferenceAs I arrived at the airport on the morning of June 18th, 2010, I admittedly was not exactly sure what to expect of Dee Sadler's upcoming designer/developer workflow conference. It was still quite a mystery where this idea came from, and how it would play out. Several months prior, I was highly encouraged by a good friend (Doug Boude) to volunteer to speak. With the exception of our local CFUG meetings, I've never spoken at any other event. Doug and I batted around a few ideas before finally settling on the idea of a two part session — Part I - JavaScript Libraries for Designers, and Part II - JavaScript Libraries for Developers (but more on that later).

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