JavaScript jQuery.reclick Plugin

The jQuery.reclick plugin provides two actions:

1. `jQuery(elements).storeclick(aCookieName)` – this binds a handler to the `click` event. When the element is clicked, its ID is stored in a cookie `aCookieName `
2. `jQuery.reclick(aCookieName)` – if this is called, the element of the stored ID is clicked.

This may be useful e.g. to keep selected tabs or other clickable settings between pages.

**Note:** “jquery.cookie.js”:[http://plugins.jquery.com/project/Cookie] plugin is required!

See “plugin source code”:[/files/jquery.reclick/jquery.reclick.js] or “the example”:[/files/jquery.reclick/] and its source code for more details.

**Download:** “version 1.0″:[/files/jquery.reclick/jquery.reclick.js] (02/01/2009)

Published on February 2, 2009 by Petr Staníček • Category: JavaScript

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