Ticket #12267 (closed feature: patchwelcome)
investigate Making “offset” and “dimensions” modules independent of “css” module
|Reported by:||rafael@…||Owned by:||mikesherov|
With the new modular jQuery 1.8.0, I was excited to be able to strip some bytes off.
Like most developers these days, I try to let CSS do as much work as possible when it comes to styling and transitions. I never use .css(), .show(), .hide() or .animate(). Instead, I handle state changes only by toggling classes and I use CSS transitions where needed.
Thus, I’d really like to be able to get rid of both the “effects” and “css” modules, because they are huge. I can drop the “effects” module without problems since no other module depends on it. It’s not the case for “css”, on which “offset” and “dimensions” depend. I still use these two often because they solve many browser inconsistencies.
I’m certainly not the only developer in this situation. It would be very pragmatic to make “offset” and “dimensions” independent of “css”.
- Priority changed from undecided to low
- Status changed from new to open
- Component changed from unfiled to build
- Milestone changed from None to 1.next
- Owner set to mikesherov
- Status changed from open to assigned
- Summary changed from Make “offset” and “dimensions” modules independent of “css” module to investigate Making “offset” and “dimensions” modules independent of “css” module
- Status changed from assigned to closed
- Resolution set to patchwelcome