We realize that existing sites and plugins may be affected by these changes, and are providing the j Query Migrate plugin for a transitional upgrade path.
Individual descriptions below indicate if the behavior changed in 1.9 can be restored by using the j Query Migrate plugin.
It also allows for values to passed as an attribute on the tag, as well as a comment inside the tag.
This avoids the values being displayed on screen briefly before the sparkline function has a chance to execute. 1 March 2010 - Version 1.5.1 Released I accidentally left a stray comma in the 1.5 release which breaks compatibility with Internet Explorer. 26 February 2010 - Version 1.5 Released This version contains a number of minor updates and fixes, including: 14 September 2009 - Version 1.4.3 Released This version adds support for null values for line and bar charts, updates the default pie chart colours, adds the color Map option for bar charts and adds a line Width option for line charts. Over 3,000 people have bookmarked this site on delicious now! This release also includes a few bug fixes including one where lines would not always appear crisp in canvas based browsers such as Firefox. It looks like sparklines work fairly well in this release, although the small circles used in line charts, box plots, etc. 25 January 2009 - Version 1.3 Released This version fixes some positioning issues on all platforms and adds some support for Internet Explorer 8.
The plugin was written by Gareth Watts for Splunk Inc and released under the New BSD License.
At the bottom of the page is a link to an example page so that you can view the working code.
Add any of these CSS classes ( That's about it - it's pretty easy to get it up and running.
Use combinations of the characters below, with the default depending on the calendar used.
j Query 1.9 removes or modifies several APIs that behaved inconsistently or inefficiently in the past.
The majority of these changes have been foreshadowed by their deprecation in previous versions of j Query, particularly 1.7 and 1.8.
There are many different calendars used throughout the world. They can also be updated by adding a number of periods to an existing date.
This plugin aims to make them accessible in Java Script in a consistent manner. Use 'd' for days, 'w' for weeks, 'm' for months, or 'y' for years. If adding months or years and the resulting month has fewer days than the original, the date is set to the last day of the new month.