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May
14
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
I updated the bitbucket repo but haven't had a chance to push the changes to S3 yet.
Feb
6
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
That was beyond the scope of the original design and the time I had to develop this in. It would have also made the library considerably more complex.
Mar
5
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
That's possible, but a bit presumptuous. It means any configurations can't be passed and really isn't how a JQuery plugin should behave.
Aug
27
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
@SanFrancesco, you need to embed the question but you can configure the plugin to only show the accepted answer.
Jan
4
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
It's not possible to write data to stack exchange using the 1.x API nor is it possible to authenticate a user. Even if it were possible, making the tool able to respond would have made it vastly more complex and significantly more data to download. I did, however, allow users to click on the questions and answers to view them on the live site where in they can respond if they're registered members.
Sep
11
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
@Rebecca, Thanks, I've pulled. Now I just have to get it on S3.
Jul
15
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
Excellent. I actually realized after that the undefined error wasn't coming from the parameter on the user object being undefined, but rather the entire user object was undefined. So now it simply skips the profile creation step if no user is passed.
Jul
14
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
Sorry, I did that quickly and forgot to actually use the email hash in the url. I've fixed that. Expect the CDN to update in about 24 hours.
Jul
13
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
@systempuntoout this should be fixed now. Give it 24 hours to propagate over the S3.
Jul
12
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
Does it work now?
Jul
9
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
I've added the quotes around the href. The fix should be online in about 24 hours when S3 propagates.
Jul
6
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
Interesting. perhaps [href["' + options.stylesheet + '"]' would do the trick. To surround the sub-parameter in quotes.
Jul
4
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
Which browser are you using? I updated JQuery in my test page to 1.6.1 and got no errors. I looked at your source for the page that fails and think it might have something to do with how your injecting a script tag into the header. Because the error I got stated that stacktack() wasn't an available object.
Jun
28
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
Sorry about the domain outage. It was fixed as soon as I noticed.
Dec
14
comment iStack for iPad
Looks very nice.
Dec
1
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
@Chris, it could be an issue with how often you're polling their service. The changes I suggested should not have caused this.
Nov
26
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
@Chris, one solution would be to put the stacktack() function call inside the click event that expands the question. Be sure to use selectors in the click to target the specific question div, for example: $(this).find('.question').stacktack();
Nov
3
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
I've actually already posted a tutorial as an answer here that explains the steps needed to accomplish this. It explains how to edit the theme HTML as well as how to post a Tack in a text post on Tumblr.
Nov
2
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
I forgot to mention, S3 will take about a day to propagate so you may not see it working until tomorrow. My mistake.
Nov
2
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
@garbagecollector, Tumblr sanitized html IDs from any html I tried to put in a text post, so I updated the plugin to allow class-based IDs as well. See it in action here: zamtools.tumblr.com/post/1463290085/stacktack