jQuery.mmenu 4.2.0

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dotnet add package jQuery.mmenu --version 4.2.0
NuGet\Install-Package jQuery.mmenu -Version 4.2.0
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="jQuery.mmenu" Version="4.2.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add jQuery.mmenu --version 4.2.0
#r "nuget: jQuery.mmenu, 4.2.0"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install jQuery.mmenu as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=jQuery.mmenu&version=4.2.0

// Install jQuery.mmenu as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=jQuery.mmenu&version=4.2.0

Features

Fully responsive CSS framework generated with SCSS.
Creates sliding panels as easy as menus.
Menu can be positioned at the top, right, bottom or left, at the back, front or next to the page.
Use sliding horizontal or expanding vertical submenus.
Optionally open the menu by dragging the page out of the viewport.
Plays nicely with jQuery Mobile.
Add headers, labels, counters and even a search field.
Completely themable by changing the background-color.
Works well on all major browsers.
Filled with options for customizing the menu.
Uses SCSS to easily create customized menus.

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Version Downloads Last updated
4.2.1 28,229 3/6/2014
4.2.0 965 3/6/2014

Version 4.2
Improved CSS framework to remove opening glitch.
Deprecated using position: "top"/"bottom" in combination with zposition: "back"/"next" in favor of the improved CSS framework.
Removed older deprecated warnings.
Small JS and CSS improvements.
Version 4.1
Added labels option for fixed labels and labels that collapse the subsequent list items as an add-on.
Added support for the header add-on in vertical menus.
Added header.content option to pre-define the contents of the header.
Introduced classname Spacer to add spacing between list-items in the menu.
Rearranged file structure for JS, CSS and SCSS files.
Added GuardFile for automatically minifying the javascript files.
Labels use an ellipsis for overflowing text.
Small bugfixes.
Version 4.0
Completely rewrote plugin to an OO class.
Adapted styling to iOS7.
Started using SCSS.
Using SCSS framework to automatically create CSS for customized colors.
Using SCSS framework to automatically create CSS for customized min- and max width/height.
Moved JS and CSS files for counters, searchfield and dragOpen to separate add-on files.
Renamed JS and CSS files.
Improved HTML markup and CSS framework.
Improved CSS for variable item heights.
Improved non-menu options and behavior.
Added header option for a fixed menu-header as an add-on.
Added option classes.
Added option dragOpen.maxStartPos.
Changed option counters.count to counters.update.
Added fullscreen CSS extension.
Added effects CSS extension.
Added default themes white and black CSS extensions.
Plugin adds classname mm-current to currently opened menu and currently opened panel.
Introduced classname mm-fixed-top and mm-fixed-bottom for moving fixed elements with the page.
Added support for ordered lists (OL).
Removed onClick.callback and onClick.delayLocationHref options.
Removed support for onClick = true/false.
Renamed onClick.setLocationHref option to onClick.preventDefault (with opposite behavior).
Removed toggle custom event for menu.
Removed close and toggle custom events for horizontal sliding panels.
Replaced default hardware acceleration configuration (true) with a optional CSS extension.
Removed useIphoneAddressbarFix method as it has no effect on the iOS7 addressbar.