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#9388 invalid jQuery UI sets 'position: relative' on elements that were made draggable before being added to the DOM Kerrick Kerrick

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In short, I am creating a jQuery element (such as via var el = $('<h1>Test</h1>');), enabling jQuery UI's draggable functionality (el.draggable()), and appending it to the DOM (such as via $('body').append(el);). Instead of using position: absolute as jQuery UI usually does, it puts position: relative into the style attribute of the element.

#9433 notabug JQuery ui accordion option heightStyle: "content" is ignored for dynamic content Kimpo Kimpo

The accordion panel does not expand vertically when a section is loaded with dynamic content even though the option heightStyle is set to "content".

This does however work in jquery ui 1.9.2

#9560 duplicate jQuery UI Draggable + Sortable - drag object offset by offsetTop in non webkit browswers KirkSmith KirkSmith

Take the demo from for 'jQuery UI Draggable + Sortable', add a div prior to the unordered list. Give it a few hundred pixels height. Now, reduce the height of the browser window so it will scroll. Scroll the div out of view. Now try to drag the draggable element. While dragging, the position of the cloned element will be offset from the cursor by the same amount that the document is scrolled in the window. This problem exists at least on IE10, Opera 12, Firefox 24, but not on webkit browsers (Chrome/Opera 16/Safari). I haven't tried others. Somehow, the element appears to be getting fixed positioning, relative to the window, when the computed position appears to be absolute, relative to the document. Perhaps it has something to do with the clone helper for the draggable widget. If I get time, I'll try to dig into it some more.

Kirk Smith

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