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(function ($) { // Monkey patch jQuery 1.3.1+ css() method to support CSS 'transform' // property uniformly across Safari/Chrome/Webkit, Firefox 3.5+, IE 9+, and Opera 11+. // 2009-2011 Zachary Johnson www.zachstronaut.com // Updated 2011.05.04 (May the fourth be with you!) function getTransformProperty(element) { // Try transform first for forward compatibility // In some versions of IE9, it is critical for msTransform to be in // this list before MozTranform. var properties = ['transform', 'WebkitTransform', 'msTransform', 'MozTransform', 'OTransform']; var p; while (p = properties.shift()) { if (typeof element.style[p] != 'undefined') { return p; } } // Default to transform also return 'transform'; } var _propsObj = null; var proxied = $.fn.css; $.fn.css = function (arg, val) { // Temporary solution for current 1.6.x incompatibility, while // preserving 1.3.x compatibility, until I can rewrite using CSS Hooks if (_propsObj === null) { if (typeof $.cssProps != 'undefined') { _propsObj = $.cssProps; } else if (typeof $.props != 'undefined') { _propsObj = $.props; } else { _propsObj = {} } } // Find the correct browser specific property and setup the mapping using // $.props which is used internally by jQuery.attr() when setting CSS // properties via either the css(name, value) or css(properties) method. // The problem with doing this once outside of css() method is that you // need a DOM node to find the right CSS property, and there is some risk // that somebody would call the css() method before body has loaded or any // DOM-is-ready events have fired. if ( typeof _propsObj['transform'] == 'undefined' && ( arg == 'transform' || ( typeof arg == 'object' && typeof arg['transform'] != 'undefined' ) ) ) { _propsObj['transform'] = getTransformProperty(this.get(0)); } // We force the property mapping here because jQuery.attr() does // property mapping with jQuery.props when setting a CSS property, // but curCSS() does *not* do property mapping when *getting* a // CSS property. (It probably should since it manually does it // for 'float' now anyway... but that'd require more testing.) // // But, only do the forced mapping if the correct CSS property // is not 'transform' and is something else. if (_propsObj['transform'] != 'transform') { // Call in form of css('transform' ...) if (arg == 'transform') { arg = _propsObj['transform']; // User wants to GET the transform CSS, and in jQuery 1.4.3 // calls to css() for transforms return a matrix rather than // the actual string specified by the user... avoid that // behavior and return the string by calling jQuery.style() // directly if (typeof val == 'undefined' && jQuery.style) { return jQuery.style(this.get(0), arg); } } // Call in form of css({'transform': ...}) else if ( typeof arg == 'object' && typeof arg['transform'] != 'undefined' ) { arg[_propsObj['transform']] = arg['transform']; delete arg['transform']; } } return proxied.apply(this, arguments); }; })(jQuery);