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Image Reorderer Overview

The Image Reorderer is a convenience function for applying the Reorderer to images within a collection.. This page provides technical details of the API. For a simple working example, see Integrating the Reorderer.


Creation

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var myImageReorderer = fluid.reorderImages (container[, options]);

Parameters

container

The container parameter is a CSS-based selector, single-element jQuery object, or DOM element specifying the root node of the Reorderer.

options

The options parameter is an optional collection of name-value pairs that configure the Image Reorderer, as described in the fluid:Options section below.

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Reorderer Selectors
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Image Reorderer-specific Selector
The Image Reorderer supports one additional selector:

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Image Reorderer Options

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Description

Values

Default

Deprecated as of 1.1.2:
afterMoveCallbackUrl

If an URL is provided with this option, the current state of the component model will be sent to that URL after a move is carried out using a default afterMove event handler. See Deprecated - afterMoveCallback for info.

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