jQuery Fixed/Floating List Header version 1.2.4
This plugin allows the user to create a list with floating headings while scrolling, a-la iOS & iCal day view. The plugin allows arbitrary markup of the header and list items, and will work nicely with nested elements.
27 Jan 2013 version 1.2.4
- Fixed demo's to work with jQuery 1.9.0
- Updated version number, change log, and documentation.
- Updated version number, and updated minified version.
- Updated jQuery package file for plugins site, and added demo with invalid HTML markup.
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