Goal is to show to how build a robust jQuery plugin, way beyond just coding. Your take-away should be an understanding of the surrounding infrastructure, both to be able to use and to help improve it. We've got about 50 minutes. My talk should take about 30 minutes, giving us 20 minutes for open discussion. Please ask questions whenever you want to, though I may defer some answers to the end. To start, lets look at the most important question.
1.3 --- * Added fade
option (duration in ms) for fading in/out tooltips; IE <= 6 is excluded when bgiframe plugin is included * Fixed imagemaps in IE, added back example * Added positionLeft-option - positions the tooltip to the left of the cursor * Remove deprecated $.fn.Tooltip in favor of $.fn.tooltip 1.2 --- * Improved bodyHandler option to accept HTML strings, DOM elements and jQuery objects as the return value * Fixed bug in Safari 3 where to tooltip is initially visible, by first appending to DOM then hiding it * Improvement for viewport-border-positioning: Add the classes "viewport-right" and "viewport-bottom" when the element is moved at the viewport border. * Moved and enhanced documentation to docs.jquery.com * Added examples for bodyHandler: footnote-tooltip and thumbnail * Added id option, defaults to "tooltip", override to use a different id in your stylesheet * Moved demo tooltip style to screen.css * Moved demo files to demo folder and dependencies to lib folder * Dropped image map example - completely incompatible with IE; image maps aren't supported anymore