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Alex R. Young





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jQuery Roundup

Posted by Alex R. Young on .

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jQuery Roundup

Posted by Alex R. Young on .

Welcome to the jQuery Roundup 29. You can send your plugins and articles
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Updates From jQuery Core

jQuery 1.4.4 was
discussed on the jQuery blog:

For 1.4.4, we've identified those bugs that were most critical for us to fix and thanks to John Resig and the bug triage team, we've already fixed the majority of these issues. We currently intend on releasing 1.4.4 in early November, assuming no further major bugs are targeted for this release.

There's a version you can test on GitHub called


Multirow-Checkbox-Menu (dual MIT/GPL) by Tom Holder displays Gmail-style Select All/None menus at the top of checkboxes. There's also a
demo so you can try it out to see how it works. It just requires a container with
suitable inputs and a
\$('div.multiRowCheckboxMenu').checkboxMenu(); call to use
it. I think it's a pretty nice plugin, I've had to write something
similar myself recently so I might give it a try.

jQuery Google Bubbles

jquery-google-bubbles by Timmy Willison for customising Google Maps. It has options for things
like setting the marker graphics and window images. I've mentioned one
of the author's plugins before, but if you want to see more his GitHub
profile has the following interesting projects listed: