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    Junior Member UptonGirl's Avatar
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    Do any of you use the Moo FX aps to add menus or accordions?

    I don' think I'm downloading the correct file, since all I get is a text file with lines and lines of random code. I'm not very JavaScript savvy - so was hoping for a simpler interface. I'm told the Dreamweaver Spry assets are not as functional as they should be - particularly when it comes to navigation by keyboard as opposed to mouse.

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    Is that based on MooTools?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoseley
    Is that based on MooTools?
    Actually, yes - I'm talking about moo tools. I could have sworn that not too long ago I saw some kind of simple interface (similar to Dr. Java - and yes I know that's Java - not JavaScript, it's just an example ( but every file I download form the moo tools site look like this: (color added to show exactly what i clipped form the text file):

    ----start example ---

    /MooTools, <http://mootools.net>, My Object Oriented (JavaScript) Tools. Copyright (c) 2006-2008 Valerio Proietti, <http://mad4milk.net>, MIT Style License.

    var MooTools={'version':'1.2.1','build':'0d4845aab3d9a 4fdee2f0d4a6dd59210e4b697cf'};var Native=function(options){options=options||{};var name=options.name;var legacy=options.legacy;var protect=options.protect;var methods=options.implement;var generics=options.generics;var initialize=options.initialize;var afterImplement=options.afterImplement||function(){ };var object=initialize||legacy;generics=generics!==fals e;object.constructor=Native;object.$family={name:' native'};if(legacy&&initialize)object.prototype=le gacy.prototype;object.prototype.constructor=object ;if(name){var family=name.toLowerCase();object.prototype.$family ={name:family};Native.typize(object,family);}
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    ----SNIP = end example ---

    and so on - Beyond recognizing it as programming code and having some very basic familiarity with OOP-like terms, I'm clueless.:-[

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    www.jquery.com <--- the answer to all your prayers

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    Yes, I think this is very nice. & ver impotant

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    That's the correct code you should be getting -- and you'll be getting something similar if you download jQuery in its compressed form. Moo.fx itself is a bunch of code, but for the purposes of serving the file fast, when you download it it's compressed textually to the point of illegibility. To actually study the way it works, you should check the documentation at http://mootools.net/docs/ .


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