Is there anyway to disable the pulldown of the website as well? When I attempt to pull down, half the time I pull the whole webpage down instead of the “list”
The only element that should be “pullable” is the actual element that you have called the pullToRefresh function on. Is there a version of the site you can show me so I can fully understand what you mean?
I just used your demo. iOS by default makes all webpages “pullable”. Go to any webpage and pull down on it… you will see the ‘stainless’ looking background of the iPhone behind it appear.
Even though this is default behavior, i think there is a way to disable it on IOS … which would make sense since you are creating your own “pulldown” effect.
The only way to disable this behaviour is by declaring the apple-mobile-web-app-capable meta tag in the header of your site and have the user install your web app on their device (http://developer.apple.com/library/safari/#documentation/appleapplications/reference/SafariHTMLRef/Articles/MetaTags.html).
Does this still work when the we-app-capable setting is turned on?
This worked perfectly – actually better than I expected when in web-app mode.
Glad to hear it, let me know if you run in to any other issues.
Sorry, what is this $10 control supposed to do?
Pulling up the “demo” on my iPhone 4 does nothing but what Safari normally does
Pull the list item downwards
Is there a way to use this plug-in to pull up from the bottom. Id like to use this to load additonal content and have at the bottom of the page. From teh demo, it appears its only for the top and a swipe down vs a swipe up
This isn’t currently possible, I will look in to adding it in a future version though, thanks for the suggestion.
Can it work on phonegap applications? I’m developing an rss reader for android using phonegap and will be very happy if I can use this function.
I haven’t explicitly tested it on Phonegap, sorry. I’d welcome any feedback from your attempts!
does this work with titanium?
There’s no reason why it shouldn’t.
Is there a version of this that doesn’t require jQuery mobile?
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I’ve been away on holiday.
There currently isn’t a version that doesn’t require jQuery Mobile but I’m looking in to removing that requirement in a future update.
I would like to see a version which is not dependent on jQuery mobile. After playing around with jQuery mobile in another project I have decided not to use it again as it is far too heavy on processing the DOM .
+1 to see this dependency removed. I’m fine with it being just simply a jQuery plugin, but not jQuery mobile.
The demo link is down
Very good. GLWS
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