Fixed a bug that caused sizeLeft/Top to be ignored if the cookie option was used.
The first public version of the splitter, 1.03, was released on 2007/01/19. Version 1.5 has several new features and bugfixes. If you are currently using 1.03, be aware that some of the options have been renamed; you may need to do some minor edits before you can upgrade.
See the splitter documentation
The left and right panes can no longer have padding and border placed on them. This was done so that the splitbar can be moved entirely to one side or the other, effectively hiding one pane. To add padding or border to a pane, nest another element within the pane. Several of the examples show how to do this.
initA/Bare now named
sizeBottomto reflect the orientation of the splitter.
minA/Bare now named
outline:trueis used, the splitter waits until the mouse is released to resize the two panes. This reduces reflows and flickering.
cookiecan set a page-specific cookie that remembers the splitbar position and dock state. The
cookieExpiresproperties can modify the cookie the splitter creates. NOTE: This option requires the jQuery cookie plugin.
max*/min*constraints are given in the arguments or styles, the splitbar can now be moved the entire range of the splitter area. This allows one pane to be effectively hidden.
size*property to 0, e.g.,
cookiecan remember this state as well.
resizeToWidthautomatically resizes the splitter when the browser window width is changed.
anchorToWindowautomatically expands the splitter height to fill the remainder of the browser window. NOTE: This option requires the jQuery 1.2 so that it can use
splitHorizontalhave been added as an alternative for
resizeoperation cannot make the splitter smaller than its initial vertical size. This is due to a bug in IE6's interpretation of position:relative that is difficult to work around, so I don't intend to fix it.