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PositionOptions Class

Options JSON object for Position

Namespace: SharpKit.jQuery

Base Types

System.Object

Constructors

Name Description
PositionOptions()

Properties

Name Description
at Defines which position on the target element to align the positioned element against: "horizontal vertical" alignment. A single value such as "right" will default to "right center", "top" will default to "center top" (following CSS convention). Acceptable values: "top", "center", "bottom", "left", "right". Example: "left top" or "center center"
collision When the positioned element overflows the window in some direction, move it to an alternative position. Similar to my and at, this accepts a single value or a pair for horizontal/vertical, eg. "flip", "fit", "fit flip", "fit none". Acceptable values: "flip", "fit", "none". flip: to the opposite side and the collision detection is run again to see if it will fit. If it won't fit in either position, the center option should be used as a fall back. fit: so the element keeps in the desired direction, but is re-positioned so it fits. none: not do collision detection.
my Defines which position on the element being positioned to align with the target element: "horizontal vertical" alignment. A single value such as "right" will default to "right center", "top" will default to "center top" (following CSS convention). Acceptable values: "top", "center", "bottom", "left", "right". Example: "left top" or "center center
of Element to position against. If you provide a selector, the first matching element will be used. If you provide a jQuery object, the first element will be used. If you provide an event object, the pageX and pageY properties will be used. Example: "#top-menu Types: Selector, Element, jQuery, Event
offset Add these left-top values to the calculated position, eg. "50 50" (left top) A single value such as "50" will apply to both.
using When specified the actual property setting is delegated to this callback. Receives a single parameter which is a hash of top and left values for the position that should be set.
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