jQuery LoadingOverlay 2.1.0
Resize action, progressFixedPosition option and control over both SVG fill and stroke colors
4 April 2018
Not even a month since the revolutionary v2 release and here we are with a 2.1 release already! Thanks to all the users with their valuable feedback and ideas to keep improving this plugin.
What’s new in version 2.1.0
- Control over both SVG fill and stroke through
imageColoroption passed as two-elements array
- Default SVG image uses
circleelements instead of
Sometimes you don’t need the auto-resize feature at all and prefer to set resizeInterval option to
false. But what happens if you know something has changed in your page and you need a one-off resizing of your LoadingOverlay? The new Resize action does just that.
It makes sense to have the possibility to place the progress element in a fixed position on top or bottom of the LoadingOverlay. Thanks to this new progressFixedPosition option it is now possible to do so.
Control over both SVG fill and stroke through
imageColor option passed as two-elements array
It might be useful to override inline fill and stroke styles for provided SVGs using imageColor option, so why not? You can keep using a single string value for fill color, or adopt the new array syntax to specify both fill and stroke.
Default SVG image uses
circle elements instead of
This little change saves some bytes that cannot be minified in the production file, hurray!
Download and documentation
Go to the Lab page: LoadingOverlay