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mobiweaver/jquery.mobile-1.0.mobiweaver.js

+/*
+* jQuery Mobile Framework 1.0
+* http://jquerymobile.com
+*
+* Copyright 2011 (c) jQuery Project
+* Dual licensed under the MIT or GPL Version 2 licenses.
+* http://jquery.org/license
+*
+*/
+/*!
+ * jQuery UI Widget @VERSION
+ *
+ * Copyright 2010, AUTHORS.txt (http://jqueryui.com/about)
+ * Dual licensed under the MIT or GPL Version 2 licenses.
+ * http://jquery.org/license
+ *
+ * http://docs.jquery.com/UI/Widget
+ */
+
+(function( $, undefined ) {
+
+// jQuery 1.4+
+if ( $.cleanData ) {
+	var _cleanData = $.cleanData;
+	$.cleanData = function( elems ) {
+		for ( var i = 0, elem; (elem = elems[i]) != null; i++ ) {
+			$( elem ).triggerHandler( "remove" );
+		}
+		_cleanData( elems );
+	};
+} else {
+	var _remove = $.fn.remove;
+	$.fn.remove = function( selector, keepData ) {
+		return this.each(function() {
+			if ( !keepData ) {
+				if ( !selector || $.filter( selector, [ this ] ).length ) {
+					$( "*", this ).add( [ this ] ).each(function() {
+						$( this ).triggerHandler( "remove" );
+					});
+				}
+			}
+			return _remove.call( $(this), selector, keepData );
+		});
+	};
+}
+
+$.widget = function( name, base, prototype ) {
+	var namespace = name.split( "." )[ 0 ],
+		fullName;
+	name = name.split( "." )[ 1 ];
+	fullName = namespace + "-" + name;
+
+	if ( !prototype ) {
+		prototype = base;
+		base = $.Widget;
+	}
+
+	// create selector for plugin
+	$.expr[ ":" ][ fullName ] = function( elem ) {
+		return !!$.data( elem, name );
+	};
+
+	$[ namespace ] = $[ namespace ] || {};
+	$[ namespace ][ name ] = function( options, element ) {
+		// allow instantiation without initializing for simple inheritance
+		if ( arguments.length ) {
+			this._createWidget( options, element );
+		}
+	};
+
+	var basePrototype = new base();
+	// we need to make the options hash a property directly on the new instance
+	// otherwise we'll modify the options hash on the prototype that we're
+	// inheriting from
+//	$.each( basePrototype, function( key, val ) {
+//		if ( $.isPlainObject(val) ) {
+//			basePrototype[ key ] = $.extend( {}, val );
+//		}
+//	});
+	basePrototype.options = $.extend( true, {}, basePrototype.options );
+	$[ namespace ][ name ].prototype = $.extend( true, basePrototype, {
+		namespace: namespace,
+		widgetName: name,
+		widgetEventPrefix: $[ namespace ][ name ].prototype.widgetEventPrefix || name,
+		widgetBaseClass: fullName
+	}, prototype );
+
+	$.widget.bridge( name, $[ namespace ][ name ] );
+};
+
+$.widget.bridge = function( name, object ) {
+	$.fn[ name ] = function( options ) {
+		var isMethodCall = typeof options === "string",
+			args = Array.prototype.slice.call( arguments, 1 ),
+			returnValue = this;
+
+		// allow multiple hashes to be passed on init
+		options = !isMethodCall && args.length ?
+			$.extend.apply( null, [ true, options ].concat(args) ) :
+			options;
+
+		// prevent calls to internal methods
+		if ( isMethodCall && options.charAt( 0 ) === "_" ) {
+			return returnValue;
+		}
+
+		if ( isMethodCall ) {
+			this.each(function() {
+				var instance = $.data( this, name );
+				if ( !instance ) {
+					throw "cannot call methods on " + name + " prior to initialization; " +
+						"attempted to call method '" + options + "'";
+				}
+				if ( !$.isFunction( instance[options] ) ) {
+					throw "no such method '" + options + "' for " + name + " widget instance";
+				}
+				var methodValue = instance[ options ].apply( instance, args );
+				if ( methodValue !== instance && methodValue !== undefined ) {
+					returnValue = methodValue;
+					return false;
+				}
+			});
+		} else {
+			this.each(function() {
+				var instance = $.data( this, name );
+				if ( instance ) {
+					instance.option( options || {} )._init();
+				} else {
+					$.data( this, name, new object( options, this ) );
+				}
+			});
+		}
+
+		return returnValue;
+	};
+};
+
+$.Widget = function( options, element ) {
+	// allow instantiation without initializing for simple inheritance
+	if ( arguments.length ) {
+		this._createWidget( options, element );
+	}
+};
+
+$.Widget.prototype = {
+	widgetName: "widget",
+	widgetEventPrefix: "",
+	options: {
+		disabled: false
+	},
+	_createWidget: function( options, element ) {
+		// $.widget.bridge stores the plugin instance, but we do it anyway
+		// so that it's stored even before the _create function runs
+		$.data( element, this.widgetName, this );
+		this.element = $( element );
+		this.options = $.extend( true, {},
+			this.options,
+			this._getCreateOptions(),
+			options );
+
+		var self = this;
+		this.element.bind( "remove." + this.widgetName, function() {
+			self.destroy();
+		});
+
+		this._create();
+		this._trigger( "create" );
+		this._init();
+	},
+	_getCreateOptions: function() {
+		var options = {};
+		if ( $.metadata ) {
+			options = $.metadata.get( element )[ this.widgetName ];
+		}
+		return options;
+	},
+	_create: function() {},
+	_init: function() {},
+
+	destroy: function() {
+		this.element
+			.unbind( "." + this.widgetName )
+			.removeData( this.widgetName );
+		this.widget()
+			.unbind( "." + this.widgetName )
+			.removeAttr( "aria-disabled" )
+			.removeClass(
+				this.widgetBaseClass + "-disabled " +
+				"ui-state-disabled" );
+	},
+
+	widget: function() {
+		return this.element;
+	},
+
+	option: function( key, value ) {
+		var options = key;
+
+		if ( arguments.length === 0 ) {
+			// don't return a reference to the internal hash
+			return $.extend( {}, this.options );
+		}
+
+		if  (typeof key === "string" ) {
+			if ( value === undefined ) {
+				return this.options[ key ];
+			}
+			options = {};
+			options[ key ] = value;
+		}
+
+		this._setOptions( options );
+
+		return this;
+	},
+	_setOptions: function( options ) {
+		var self = this;
+		$.each( options, function( key, value ) {
+			self._setOption( key, value );
+		});
+
+		return this;
+	},
+	_setOption: function( key, value ) {
+		this.options[ key ] = value;
+
+		if ( key === "disabled" ) {
+			this.widget()
+				[ value ? "addClass" : "removeClass"](
+					this.widgetBaseClass + "-disabled" + " " +
+					"ui-state-disabled" )
+				.attr( "aria-disabled", value );
+		}
+
+		return this;
+	},
+
+	enable: function() {
+		return this._setOption( "disabled", false );
+	},
+	disable: function() {
+		return this._setOption( "disabled", true );
+	},
+
+	_trigger: function( type, event, data ) {
+		var callback = this.options[ type ];
+
+		event = $.Event( event );
+		event.type = ( type === this.widgetEventPrefix ?
+			type :
+			this.widgetEventPrefix + type ).toLowerCase();
+		data = data || {};
+
+		// copy original event properties over to the new event
+		// this would happen if we could call $.event.fix instead of $.Event
+		// but we don't have a way to force an event to be fixed multiple times
+		if ( event.originalEvent ) {
+			for ( var i = $.event.props.length, prop; i; ) {
+				prop = $.event.props[ --i ];
+				event[ prop ] = event.originalEvent[ prop ];
+			}
+		}
+
+		this.element.trigger( event, data );
+
+		return !( $.isFunction(callback) &&
+			callback.call( this.element[0], event, data ) === false ||
+			event.isDefaultPrevented() );
+	}
+};
+
+})( jQuery );
+/*
+* widget factory extentions for mobile
+*/
+
+(function( $, undefined ) {
+
+$.widget( "mobile.widget", {
+	// decorate the parent _createWidget to trigger `widgetinit` for users
+	// who wish to do post post `widgetcreate` alterations/additions
+	//
+	// TODO create a pull request for jquery ui to trigger this event
+	// in the original _createWidget
+	_createWidget: function() {
+		$.Widget.prototype._createWidget.apply( this, arguments );
+		this._trigger( 'init' );
+	},
+
+	_getCreateOptions: function() {
+
+		var elem = this.element,
+			options = {};
+
+		$.each( this.options, function( option ) {
+
+			var value = elem.jqmData( option.replace( /[A-Z]/g, function( c ) {
+							return "-" + c.toLowerCase();
+						})
+					);
+
+			if ( value !== undefined ) {
+				options[ option ] = value;
+			}
+		});
+
+		return options;
+	},
+
+	enhanceWithin: function( target ) {
+		// TODO remove dependency on the page widget for the keepNative.
+		// Currently the keepNative value is defined on the page prototype so
+		// the method is as well
+		var page = $(target).closest(":jqmData(role='page')").data( "page" ),
+			keepNative = (page && page.keepNativeSelector()) || "";
+
+		$( this.options.initSelector, target ).not( keepNative )[ this.widgetName ]();
+	}
+});
+
+})( jQuery );
+/*
+* a workaround for window.matchMedia
+*/
+
+(function( $, undefined ) {
+
+var $window = $( window ),
+	$html = $( "html" );
+
+/* $.mobile.media method: pass a CSS media type or query and get a bool return
+	note: this feature relies on actual media query support for media queries, though types will work most anywhere
+	examples:
+		$.mobile.media('screen') //>> tests for screen media type
+		$.mobile.media('screen and (min-width: 480px)') //>> tests for screen media type with window width > 480px
+		$.mobile.media('@media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2)') //>> tests for webkit 2x pixel ratio (iPhone 4)
+*/
+$.mobile.media = (function() {
+	// TODO: use window.matchMedia once at least one UA implements it
+	var cache = {},
+		testDiv = $( "<div id='jquery-mediatest'>" ),
+		fakeBody = $( "<body>" ).append( testDiv );
+
+	return function( query ) {
+		if ( !( query in cache ) ) {
+			var styleBlock = document.createElement( "style" ),
+				cssrule = "@media " + query + " { #jquery-mediatest { position:absolute; } }";
+
+			//must set type for IE!
+			styleBlock.type = "text/css";
+
+			if ( styleBlock.styleSheet  ){
+				styleBlock.styleSheet.cssText = cssrule;
+			} else {
+				styleBlock.appendChild( document.createTextNode(cssrule) );
+			}
+
+			$html.prepend( fakeBody ).prepend( styleBlock );
+			cache[ query ] = testDiv.css( "position" ) === "absolute";
+			fakeBody.add( styleBlock ).remove();
+		}
+		return cache[ query ];
+	};
+})();
+
+})(jQuery);
+/*
+* support tests
+*/
+
+(function( $, undefined ) {
+
+var fakeBody = $( "<body>" ).prependTo( "html" ),
+	fbCSS = fakeBody[ 0 ].style,
+	vendors = [ "Webkit", "Moz", "O" ],
+	webos = "palmGetResource" in window, //only used to rule out scrollTop
+	operamini = window.operamini && ({}).toString.call( window.operamini ) === "[object OperaMini]",
+	bb = window.blackberry; //only used to rule out box shadow, as it's filled opaque on BB
+
+// thx Modernizr
+function propExists( prop ) {
+	var uc_prop = prop.charAt( 0 ).toUpperCase() + prop.substr( 1 ),
+		props = ( prop + " " + vendors.join( uc_prop + " " ) + uc_prop ).split( " " );
+
+	for ( var v in props ){
+		if ( fbCSS[ props[ v ] ] !== undefined ) {
+			return true;
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+// Test for dynamic-updating base tag support ( allows us to avoid href,src attr rewriting )
+function baseTagTest() {
+	var fauxBase = location.protocol + "//" + location.host + location.pathname + "ui-dir/",
+		base = $( "head base" ),
+		fauxEle = null,
+		href = "",
+		link, rebase;
+
+	if ( !base.length ) {
+		base = fauxEle = $( "<base>", { "href": fauxBase }).appendTo( "head" );
+	} else {
+		href = base.attr( "href" );
+	}
+
+	link = $( "<a href='testurl' />" ).prependTo( fakeBody );
+	rebase = link[ 0 ].href;
+	base[ 0 ].href = href || location.pathname;
+
+	if ( fauxEle ) {
+		fauxEle.remove();
+	}
+	return rebase.indexOf( fauxBase ) === 0;
+}
+
+
+// non-UA-based IE version check by James Padolsey, modified by jdalton - from http://gist.github.com/527683
+// allows for inclusion of IE 6+, including Windows Mobile 7
+$.mobile.browser = {};
+$.mobile.browser.ie = (function() {
+	var v = 3,
+	div = document.createElement( "div" ),
+	a = div.all || [];
+
+	while ( div.innerHTML = "<!--[if gt IE " + ( ++v ) + "]><br><![endif]-->", a[ 0 ] );
+
+	return v > 4 ? v : !v;
+})();
+
+
+$.extend( $.support, {
+	orientation: "orientation" in window && "onorientationchange" in window,
+	touch: "ontouchend" in document,
+	cssTransitions: "WebKitTransitionEvent" in window,
+	pushState: "pushState" in history && "replaceState" in history,
+	mediaquery: $.mobile.media( "only all" ),
+	cssPseudoElement: !!propExists( "content" ),
+	touchOverflow: !!propExists( "overflowScrolling" ),
+	boxShadow: !!propExists( "boxShadow" ) && !bb,
+	scrollTop: ( "pageXOffset" in window || "scrollTop" in document.documentElement || "scrollTop" in fakeBody[ 0 ] ) && !webos && !operamini,
+	dynamicBaseTag: baseTagTest()
+});
+
+fakeBody.remove();
+
+
+// $.mobile.ajaxBlacklist is used to override ajaxEnabled on platforms that have known conflicts with hash history updates (BB5, Symbian)
+// or that generally work better browsing in regular http for full page refreshes (Opera Mini)
+// Note: This detection below is used as a last resort.
+// We recommend only using these detection methods when all other more reliable/forward-looking approaches are not possible
+var nokiaLTE7_3 = (function(){
+
+	var ua = window.navigator.userAgent;
+
+	//The following is an attempt to match Nokia browsers that are running Symbian/s60, with webkit, version 7.3 or older
+	return ua.indexOf( "Nokia" ) > -1 &&
+			( ua.indexOf( "Symbian/3" ) > -1 || ua.indexOf( "Series60/5" ) > -1 ) &&
+			ua.indexOf( "AppleWebKit" ) > -1 &&
+			ua.match( /(BrowserNG|NokiaBrowser)\/7\.[0-3]/ );
+})();
+
+$.mobile.ajaxBlacklist =
+			// BlackBerry browsers, pre-webkit
+			window.blackberry && !window.WebKitPoint ||
+			// Opera Mini
+			operamini ||
+			// Symbian webkits pre 7.3
+			nokiaLTE7_3;
+
+// Lastly, this workaround is the only way we've found so far to get pre 7.3 Symbian webkit devices
+// to render the stylesheets when they're referenced before this script, as we'd recommend doing.
+// This simply reappends the CSS in place, which for some reason makes it apply
+if ( nokiaLTE7_3 ) {
+	$(function() {
+		$( "head link[rel='stylesheet']" ).attr( "rel", "alternate stylesheet" ).attr( "rel", "stylesheet" );
+	});
+}
+
+// For ruling out shadows via css
+if ( !$.support.boxShadow ) {
+	$( "html" ).addClass( "ui-mobile-nosupport-boxshadow" );
+}
+
+})( jQuery );
+/*
+* "mouse" plugin
+*/
+
+// This plugin is an experiment for abstracting away the touch and mouse
+// events so that developers don't have to worry about which method of input
+// the device their document is loaded on supports.
+//
+// The idea here is to allow the developer to register listeners for the
+// basic mouse events, such as mousedown, mousemove, mouseup, and click,
+// and the plugin will take care of registering the correct listeners
+// behind the scenes to invoke the listener at the fastest possible time
+// for that device, while still retaining the order of event firing in
+// the traditional mouse environment, should multiple handlers be registered
+// on the same element for different events.
+//
+// The current version exposes the following virtual events to jQuery bind methods:
+// "vmouseover vmousedown vmousemove vmouseup vclick vmouseout vmousecancel"
+
+(function( $, window, document, undefined ) {
+
+var dataPropertyName = "virtualMouseBindings",
+	touchTargetPropertyName = "virtualTouchID",
+	virtualEventNames = "vmouseover vmousedown vmousemove vmouseup vclick vmouseout vmousecancel".split( " " ),
+	touchEventProps = "clientX clientY pageX pageY screenX screenY".split( " " ),
+	activeDocHandlers = {},
+	resetTimerID = 0,
+	startX = 0,
+	startY = 0,
+	didScroll = false,
+	clickBlockList = [],
+	blockMouseTriggers = false,
+	blockTouchTriggers = false,
+	eventCaptureSupported = "addEventListener" in document,
+	$document = $( document ),
+	nextTouchID = 1,
+	lastTouchID = 0;
+
+$.vmouse = {
+	moveDistanceThreshold: 10,
+	clickDistanceThreshold: 10,
+	resetTimerDuration: 1500
+};
+
+function getNativeEvent( event ) {
+
+	while ( event && typeof event.originalEvent !== "undefined" ) {
+		event = event.originalEvent;
+	}
+	return event;
+}
+
+function createVirtualEvent( event, eventType ) {
+
+	var t = event.type,
+		oe, props, ne, prop, ct, touch, i, j;
+
+	event = $.Event(event);
+	event.type = eventType;
+
+	oe = event.originalEvent;
+	props = $.event.props;
+
+	// copy original event properties over to the new event
+	// this would happen if we could call $.event.fix instead of $.Event
+	// but we don't have a way to force an event to be fixed multiple times
+	if ( oe ) {
+		for ( i = props.length, prop; i; ) {
+			prop = props[ --i ];
+			event[ prop ] = oe[ prop ];
+		}
+	}
+
+	// make sure that if the mouse and click virtual events are generated
+	// without a .which one is defined
+	if ( t.search(/mouse(down|up)|click/) > -1 && !event.which ){
+		event.which = 1;
+	}
+
+	if ( t.search(/^touch/) !== -1 ) {
+		ne = getNativeEvent( oe );
+		t = ne.touches;
+		ct = ne.changedTouches;
+		touch = ( t && t.length ) ? t[0] : ( (ct && ct.length) ? ct[ 0 ] : undefined );
+
+		if ( touch ) {
+			for ( j = 0, len = touchEventProps.length; j < len; j++){
+				prop = touchEventProps[ j ];
+				event[ prop ] = touch[ prop ];
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	return event;
+}
+
+function getVirtualBindingFlags( element ) {
+
+	var flags = {},
+		b, k;
+
+	while ( element ) {
+
+		b = $.data( element, dataPropertyName );
+
+		for (  k in b ) {
+			if ( b[ k ] ) {
+				flags[ k ] = flags.hasVirtualBinding = true;
+			}
+		}
+		element = element.parentNode;
+	}
+	return flags;
+}
+
+function getClosestElementWithVirtualBinding( element, eventType ) {
+	var b;
+	while ( element ) {
+
+		b = $.data( element, dataPropertyName );
+
+		if ( b && ( !eventType || b[ eventType ] ) ) {
+			return element;
+		}
+		element = element.parentNode;
+	}
+	return null;
+}
+
+function enableTouchBindings() {
+	blockTouchTriggers = false;
+}
+
+function disableTouchBindings() {
+	blockTouchTriggers = true;
+}
+
+function enableMouseBindings() {
+	lastTouchID = 0;
+	clickBlockList.length = 0;
+	blockMouseTriggers = false;
+
+	// When mouse bindings are enabled, our
+	// touch bindings are disabled.
+	disableTouchBindings();
+}
+
+function disableMouseBindings() {
+	// When mouse bindings are disabled, our
+	// touch bindings are enabled.
+	enableTouchBindings();
+}
+
+function startResetTimer() {
+	clearResetTimer();
+	resetTimerID = setTimeout(function(){
+		resetTimerID = 0;
+		enableMouseBindings();
+	}, $.vmouse.resetTimerDuration );
+}
+
+function clearResetTimer() {
+	if ( resetTimerID ){
+		clearTimeout( resetTimerID );
+		resetTimerID = 0;
+	}
+}
+
+function triggerVirtualEvent( eventType, event, flags ) {
+	var ve;
+
+	if ( ( flags && flags[ eventType ] ) ||
+				( !flags && getClosestElementWithVirtualBinding( event.target, eventType ) ) ) {
+
+		ve = createVirtualEvent( event, eventType );
+
+		$( event.target).trigger( ve );
+	}
+
+	return ve;
+}
+
+function mouseEventCallback( event ) {
+	var touchID = $.data(event.target, touchTargetPropertyName);
+
+	if ( !blockMouseTriggers && ( !lastTouchID || lastTouchID !== touchID ) ){
+		var ve = triggerVirtualEvent( "v" + event.type, event );
+		if ( ve ) {
+			if ( ve.isDefaultPrevented() ) {
+				event.preventDefault();
+			}
+			if ( ve.isPropagationStopped() ) {
+				event.stopPropagation();
+			}
+			if ( ve.isImmediatePropagationStopped() ) {
+				event.stopImmediatePropagation();
+			}
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+function handleTouchStart( event ) {
+
+	var touches = getNativeEvent( event ).touches,
+		target, flags;
+
+	if ( touches && touches.length === 1 ) {
+
+		target = event.target;
+		flags = getVirtualBindingFlags( target );
+
+		if ( flags.hasVirtualBinding ) {
+
+			lastTouchID = nextTouchID++;
+			$.data( target, touchTargetPropertyName, lastTouchID );
+
+			clearResetTimer();
+
+			disableMouseBindings();
+			didScroll = false;
+
+			var t = getNativeEvent( event ).touches[ 0 ];
+			startX = t.pageX;
+			startY = t.pageY;
+
+			triggerVirtualEvent( "vmouseover", event, flags );
+			triggerVirtualEvent( "vmousedown", event, flags );
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+function handleScroll( event ) {
+	if ( blockTouchTriggers ) {
+		return;
+	}
+
+	if ( !didScroll ) {
+		triggerVirtualEvent( "vmousecancel", event, getVirtualBindingFlags( event.target ) );
+	}
+
+	didScroll = true;
+	startResetTimer();
+}
+
+function handleTouchMove( event ) {
+	if ( blockTouchTriggers ) {
+		return;
+	}
+
+	var t = getNativeEvent( event ).touches[ 0 ],
+		didCancel = didScroll,
+		moveThreshold = $.vmouse.moveDistanceThreshold;
+		didScroll = didScroll ||
+			( Math.abs(t.pageX - startX) > moveThreshold ||
+				Math.abs(t.pageY - startY) > moveThreshold ),
+		flags = getVirtualBindingFlags( event.target );
+
+	if ( didScroll && !didCancel ) {
+		triggerVirtualEvent( "vmousecancel", event, flags );
+	}
+
+	triggerVirtualEvent( "vmousemove", event, flags );
+	startResetTimer();
+}
+
+function handleTouchEnd( event ) {
+	if ( blockTouchTriggers ) {
+		return;
+	}
+
+	disableTouchBindings();
+
+	var flags = getVirtualBindingFlags( event.target ),
+		t;
+	triggerVirtualEvent( "vmouseup", event, flags );
+
+	if ( !didScroll ) {
+		var ve = triggerVirtualEvent( "vclick", event, flags );
+		if ( ve && ve.isDefaultPrevented() ) {
+			// The target of the mouse events that follow the touchend
+			// event don't necessarily match the target used during the
+			// touch. This means we need to rely on coordinates for blocking
+			// any click that is generated.
+			t = getNativeEvent( event ).changedTouches[ 0 ];
+			clickBlockList.push({
+				touchID: lastTouchID,
+				x: t.clientX,
+				y: t.clientY
+			});
+
+			// Prevent any mouse events that follow from triggering
+			// virtual event notifications.
+			blockMouseTriggers = true;
+		}
+	}
+	triggerVirtualEvent( "vmouseout", event, flags);
+	didScroll = false;
+
+	startResetTimer();
+}
+
+function hasVirtualBindings( ele ) {
+	var bindings = $.data( ele, dataPropertyName ),
+		k;
+
+	if ( bindings ) {
+		for ( k in bindings ) {
+			if ( bindings[ k ] ) {
+				return true;
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	return false;
+}
+
+function dummyMouseHandler(){}
+
+function getSpecialEventObject( eventType ) {
+	var realType = eventType.substr( 1 );
+
+	return {
+		setup: function( data, namespace ) {
+			// If this is the first virtual mouse binding for this element,
+			// add a bindings object to its data.
+
+			if ( !hasVirtualBindings( this ) ) {
+				$.data( this, dataPropertyName, {});
+			}
+
+			// If setup is called, we know it is the first binding for this
+			// eventType, so initialize the count for the eventType to zero.
+			var bindings = $.data( this, dataPropertyName );
+			bindings[ eventType ] = true;
+
+			// If this is the first virtual mouse event for this type,
+			// register a global handler on the document.
+
+			activeDocHandlers[ eventType ] = ( activeDocHandlers[ eventType ] || 0 ) + 1;
+
+			if ( activeDocHandlers[ eventType ] === 1 ) {
+				$document.bind( realType, mouseEventCallback );
+			}
+
+			// Some browsers, like Opera Mini, won't dispatch mouse/click events
+			// for elements unless they actually have handlers registered on them.
+			// To get around this, we register dummy handlers on the elements.
+
+			$( this ).bind( realType, dummyMouseHandler );
+
+			// For now, if event capture is not supported, we rely on mouse handlers.
+			if ( eventCaptureSupported ) {
+				// If this is the first virtual mouse binding for the document,
+				// register our touchstart handler on the document.
+
+				activeDocHandlers[ "touchstart" ] = ( activeDocHandlers[ "touchstart" ] || 0) + 1;
+
+				if (activeDocHandlers[ "touchstart" ] === 1) {
+					$document.bind( "touchstart", handleTouchStart )
+						.bind( "touchend", handleTouchEnd )
+
+						// On touch platforms, touching the screen and then dragging your finger
+						// causes the window content to scroll after some distance threshold is
+						// exceeded. On these platforms, a scroll prevents a click event from being
+						// dispatched, and on some platforms, even the touchend is suppressed. To
+						// mimic the suppression of the click event, we need to watch for a scroll
+						// event. Unfortunately, some platforms like iOS don't dispatch scroll
+						// events until *AFTER* the user lifts their finger (touchend). This means
+						// we need to watch both scroll and touchmove events to figure out whether
+						// or not a scroll happenens before the touchend event is fired.
+
+						.bind( "touchmove", handleTouchMove )
+						.bind( "scroll", handleScroll );
+				}
+			}
+		},
+
+		teardown: function( data, namespace ) {
+			// If this is the last virtual binding for this eventType,
+			// remove its global handler from the document.
+
+			--activeDocHandlers[ eventType ];
+
+			if ( !activeDocHandlers[ eventType ] ) {
+				$document.unbind( realType, mouseEventCallback );
+			}
+
+			if ( eventCaptureSupported ) {
+				// If this is the last virtual mouse binding in existence,
+				// remove our document touchstart listener.
+
+				--activeDocHandlers[ "touchstart" ];
+
+				if ( !activeDocHandlers[ "touchstart" ] ) {
+					$document.unbind( "touchstart", handleTouchStart )
+						.unbind( "touchmove", handleTouchMove )
+						.unbind( "touchend", handleTouchEnd )
+						.unbind( "scroll", handleScroll );
+				}
+			}
+
+			var $this = $( this ),
+				bindings = $.data( this, dataPropertyName );
+
+			// teardown may be called when an element was
+			// removed from the DOM. If this is the case,
+			// jQuery core may have already stripped the element
+			// of any data bindings so we need to check it before
+			// using it.
+			if ( bindings ) {
+				bindings[ eventType ] = false;
+			}
+
+			// Unregister the dummy event handler.
+
+			$this.unbind( realType, dummyMouseHandler );
+
+			// If this is the last virtual mouse binding on the
+			// element, remove the binding data from the element.
+
+			if ( !hasVirtualBindings( this ) ) {
+				$this.removeData( dataPropertyName );
+			}
+		}
+	};
+}
+
+// Expose our custom events to the jQuery bind/unbind mechanism.
+
+for ( var i = 0; i < virtualEventNames.length; i++ ){
+	$.event.special[ virtualEventNames[ i ] ] = getSpecialEventObject( virtualEventNames[ i ] );
+}
+
+// Add a capture click handler to block clicks.
+// Note that we require event capture support for this so if the device
+// doesn't support it, we punt for now and rely solely on mouse events.
+if ( eventCaptureSupported ) {
+	document.addEventListener( "click", function( e ){
+		var cnt = clickBlockList.length,
+			target = e.target,
+			x, y, ele, i, o, touchID;
+
+		if ( cnt ) {
+			x = e.clientX;
+			y = e.clientY;
+			threshold = $.vmouse.clickDistanceThreshold;
+
+			// The idea here is to run through the clickBlockList to see if
+			// the current click event is in the proximity of one of our
+			// vclick events that had preventDefault() called on it. If we find
+			// one, then we block the click.
+			//
+			// Why do we have to rely on proximity?
+			//
+			// Because the target of the touch event that triggered the vclick
+			// can be different from the target of the click event synthesized
+			// by the browser. The target of a mouse/click event that is syntehsized
+			// from a touch event seems to be implementation specific. For example,
+			// some browsers will fire mouse/click events for a link that is near
+			// a touch event, even though the target of the touchstart/touchend event
+			// says the user touched outside the link. Also, it seems that with most
+			// browsers, the target of the mouse/click event is not calculated until the
+			// time it is dispatched, so if you replace an element that you touched
+			// with another element, the target of the mouse/click will be the new
+			// element underneath that point.
+			//
+			// Aside from proximity, we also check to see if the target and any
+			// of its ancestors were the ones that blocked a click. This is necessary
+			// because of the strange mouse/click target calculation done in the
+			// Android 2.1 browser, where if you click on an element, and there is a
+			// mouse/click handler on one of its ancestors, the target will be the
+			// innermost child of the touched element, even if that child is no where
+			// near the point of touch.
+
+			ele = target;
+
+			while ( ele ) {
+				for ( i = 0; i < cnt; i++ ) {
+					o = clickBlockList[ i ];
+					touchID = 0;
+
+					if ( ( ele === target && Math.abs( o.x - x ) < threshold && Math.abs( o.y - y ) < threshold ) ||
+								$.data( ele, touchTargetPropertyName ) === o.touchID ) {
+						// XXX: We may want to consider removing matches from the block list
+						//      instead of waiting for the reset timer to fire.
+						e.preventDefault();
+						e.stopPropagation();
+						return;
+					}
+				}
+				ele = ele.parentNode;
+			}
+		}
+	}, true);
+}
+})( jQuery, window, document );
+/* 
+* "events" plugin - Handles events
+*/
+
+(function( $, window, undefined ) {
+
+// add new event shortcuts
+$.each( ( "touchstart touchmove touchend orientationchange throttledresize " +
+					"tap taphold swipe swipeleft swiperight scrollstart scrollstop" ).split( " " ), function( i, name ) {
+
+	$.fn[ name ] = function( fn ) {
+		return fn ? this.bind( name, fn ) : this.trigger( name );
+	};
+
+	$.attrFn[ name ] = true;
+});
+
+var supportTouch = $.support.touch,
+	scrollEvent = "touchmove scroll",
+	touchStartEvent = supportTouch ? "touchstart" : "mousedown",
+	touchStopEvent = supportTouch ? "touchend" : "mouseup",
+	touchMoveEvent = supportTouch ? "touchmove" : "mousemove";
+
+function triggerCustomEvent( obj, eventType, event ) {
+	var originalType = event.type;
+	event.type = eventType;
+	$.event.handle.call( obj, event );
+	event.type = originalType;
+}
+
+// also handles scrollstop
+$.event.special.scrollstart = {
+
+	enabled: true,
+
+	setup: function() {
+
+		var thisObject = this,
+			$this = $( thisObject ),
+			scrolling,
+			timer;
+
+		function trigger( event, state ) {
+			scrolling = state;
+			triggerCustomEvent( thisObject, scrolling ? "scrollstart" : "scrollstop", event );
+		}
+
+		// iPhone triggers scroll after a small delay; use touchmove instead
+		$this.bind( scrollEvent, function( event ) {
+
+			if ( !$.event.special.scrollstart.enabled ) {
+				return;
+			}
+
+			if ( !scrolling ) {
+				trigger( event, true );
+			}
+
+			clearTimeout( timer );
+			timer = setTimeout(function() {
+				trigger( event, false );
+			}, 50 );
+		});
+	}
+};
+
+// also handles taphold
+$.event.special.tap = {
+	setup: function() {
+		var thisObject = this,
+			$this = $( thisObject );
+
+		$this.bind( "vmousedown", function( event ) {
+
+			if ( event.which && event.which !== 1 ) {
+				return false;
+			}
+
+			var origTarget = event.target,
+				origEvent = event.originalEvent,
+				timer;
+
+			function clearTapTimer() {
+				clearTimeout( timer );
+			}
+
+			function clearTapHandlers() {
+				clearTapTimer();
+
+				$this.unbind( "vclick", clickHandler )
+					.unbind( "vmouseup", clearTapTimer )
+					.unbind( "vmousecancel", clearTapHandlers );
+			}
+
+			function clickHandler(event) {
+				clearTapHandlers();
+
+				// ONLY trigger a 'tap' event if the start target is
+				// the same as the stop target.
+				if ( origTarget == event.target ) {
+					triggerCustomEvent( thisObject, "tap", event );
+				}
+			}
+
+			$this.bind( "vmousecancel", clearTapHandlers )
+				.bind( "vmouseup", clearTapTimer )
+				.bind( "vclick", clickHandler );
+
+			timer = setTimeout(function() {
+					triggerCustomEvent( thisObject, "taphold", $.Event( "taphold" ) );
+			}, 750 );
+		});
+	}
+};
+
+// also handles swipeleft, swiperight
+$.event.special.swipe = {
+	scrollSupressionThreshold: 10, // More than this horizontal displacement, and we will suppress scrolling.
+
+	durationThreshold: 1000, // More time than this, and it isn't a swipe.
+
+	horizontalDistanceThreshold: 30,  // Swipe horizontal displacement must be more than this.
+
+	verticalDistanceThreshold: 75,  // Swipe vertical displacement must be less than this.
+
+	setup: function() {
+		var thisObject = this,
+			$this = $( thisObject );
+
+		$this.bind( touchStartEvent, function( event ) {
+			var data = event.originalEvent.touches ?
+								event.originalEvent.touches[ 0 ] : event,
+				start = {
+					time: ( new Date() ).getTime(),
+					coords: [ data.pageX, data.pageY ],
+					origin: $( event.target )
+				},
+				stop;
+
+			function moveHandler( event ) {
+
+				if ( !start ) {
+					return;
+				}
+
+				var data = event.originalEvent.touches ?
+						event.originalEvent.touches[ 0 ] : event;
+
+				stop = {
+					time: ( new Date() ).getTime(),
+					coords: [ data.pageX, data.pageY ]
+				};
+
+				// prevent scrolling
+				if ( Math.abs( start.coords[ 0 ] - stop.coords[ 0 ] ) > $.event.special.swipe.scrollSupressionThreshold ) {
+					event.preventDefault();
+				}
+			}
+
+			$this.bind( touchMoveEvent, moveHandler )
+				.one( touchStopEvent, function( event ) {
+					$this.unbind( touchMoveEvent, moveHandler );
+
+					if ( start && stop ) {
+						if ( stop.time - start.time < $.event.special.swipe.durationThreshold &&
+								Math.abs( start.coords[ 0 ] - stop.coords[ 0 ] ) > $.event.special.swipe.horizontalDistanceThreshold &&
+								Math.abs( start.coords[ 1 ] - stop.coords[ 1 ] ) < $.event.special.swipe.verticalDistanceThreshold ) {
+
+							start.origin.trigger( "swipe" )
+								.trigger( start.coords[0] > stop.coords[ 0 ] ? "swipeleft" : "swiperight" );
+						}
+					}
+					start = stop = undefined;
+				});
+		});
+	}
+};
+
+(function( $, window ) {
+	// "Cowboy" Ben Alman
+
+	var win = $( window ),
+		special_event,
+		get_orientation,
+		last_orientation;
+
+	$.event.special.orientationchange = special_event = {
+		setup: function() {
+			// If the event is supported natively, return false so that jQuery
+			// will bind to the event using DOM methods.
+			if ( $.support.orientation && $.mobile.orientationChangeEnabled ) {
+				return false;
+			}
+
+			// Get the current orientation to avoid initial double-triggering.
+			last_orientation = get_orientation();
+
+			// Because the orientationchange event doesn't exist, simulate the
+			// event by testing window dimensions on resize.
+			win.bind( "throttledresize", handler );
+		},
+		teardown: function(){
+			// If the event is not supported natively, return false so that
+			// jQuery will unbind the event using DOM methods.
+			if ( $.support.orientation && $.mobile.orientationChangeEnabled ) {
+				return false;
+			}
+
+			// Because the orientationchange event doesn't exist, unbind the
+			// resize event handler.
+			win.unbind( "throttledresize", handler );
+		},
+		add: function( handleObj ) {
+			// Save a reference to the bound event handler.
+			var old_handler = handleObj.handler;
+
+
+			handleObj.handler = function( event ) {
+				// Modify event object, adding the .orientation property.
+				event.orientation = get_orientation();
+
+				// Call the originally-bound event handler and return its result.
+				return old_handler.apply( this, arguments );
+			};
+		}
+	};
+
+	// If the event is not supported natively, this handler will be bound to
+	// the window resize event to simulate the orientationchange event.
+	function handler() {
+		// Get the current orientation.
+		var orientation = get_orientation();
+
+		if ( orientation !== last_orientation ) {
+			// The orientation has changed, so trigger the orientationchange event.
+			last_orientation = orientation;
+			win.trigger( "orientationchange" );
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Get the current page orientation. This method is exposed publicly, should it
+	// be needed, as jQuery.event.special.orientationchange.orientation()
+	$.event.special.orientationchange.orientation = get_orientation = function() {
+		var isPortrait = true, elem = document.documentElement;
+
+		// prefer window orientation to the calculation based on screensize as
+		// the actual screen resize takes place before or after the orientation change event
+		// has been fired depending on implementation (eg android 2.3 is before, iphone after).
+		// More testing is required to determine if a more reliable method of determining the new screensize
+		// is possible when orientationchange is fired. (eg, use media queries + element + opacity)
+		if ( $.support.orientation ) {
+			// if the window orientation registers as 0 or 180 degrees report
+			// portrait, otherwise landscape
+			isPortrait = window.orientation % 180 == 0;
+		} else {
+			isPortrait = elem && elem.clientWidth / elem.clientHeight < 1.1;
+		}
+
+		return isPortrait ? "portrait" : "landscape";
+	};
+
+})( jQuery, window );
+
+
+// throttled resize event
+(function() {
+
+	$.event.special.throttledresize = {
+		setup: function() {
+			$( this ).bind( "resize", handler );
+		},
+		teardown: function(){
+			$( this ).unbind( "resize", handler );
+		}
+	};
+
+	var throttle = 250,
+		handler = function() {
+			curr = ( new Date() ).getTime();
+			diff = curr - lastCall;
+
+			if ( diff >= throttle ) {
+
+				lastCall = curr;
+				$( this ).trigger( "throttledresize" );
+
+			} else {
+
+				if ( heldCall ) {
+					clearTimeout( heldCall );
+				}
+
+				// Promise a held call will still execute
+				heldCall = setTimeout( handler, throttle - diff );
+			}
+		},
+		lastCall = 0,
+		heldCall,
+		curr,
+		diff;
+})();
+
+
+$.each({
+	scrollstop: "scrollstart",
+	taphold: "tap",
+	swipeleft: "swipe",
+	swiperight: "swipe"
+}, function( event, sourceEvent ) {
+
+	$.event.special[ event ] = {
+		setup: function() {
+			$( this ).bind( sourceEvent, $.noop );
+		}
+	};
+});
+
+})( jQuery, this );
+// Script: jQuery hashchange event
+// 
+// *Version: 1.3, Last updated: 7/21/2010*
+// 
+// Project Home - http://benalman.com/projects/jquery-hashchange-plugin/
+// GitHub       - http://github.com/cowboy/jquery-hashchange/
+// Source       - http://github.com/cowboy/jquery-hashchange/raw/master/jquery.ba-hashchange.js
+// (Minified)   - http://github.com/cowboy/jquery-hashchange/raw/master/jquery.ba-hashchange.min.js (0.8kb gzipped)
+// 
+// About: License
+// 
+// Copyright (c) 2010 "Cowboy" Ben Alman,
+// Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.
+// http://benalman.com/about/license/
+// 
+// About: Examples
+// 
+// These working examples, complete with fully commented code, illustrate a few
+// ways in which this plugin can be used.
+// 
+// hashchange event - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/hashchange/
+// document.domain - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/document_domain/
+// 
+// About: Support and Testing
+// 
+// Information about what version or versions of jQuery this plugin has been
+// tested with, what browsers it has been tested in, and where the unit tests
+// reside (so you can test it yourself).
+// 
+// jQuery Versions - 1.2.6, 1.3.2, 1.4.1, 1.4.2
+// Browsers Tested - Internet Explorer 6-8, Firefox 2-4, Chrome 5-6, Safari 3.2-5,
+//                   Opera 9.6-10.60, iPhone 3.1, Android 1.6-2.2, BlackBerry 4.6-5.
+// Unit Tests      - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/unit/
+// 
+// About: Known issues
+// 
+// While this jQuery hashchange event implementation is quite stable and
+// robust, there are a few unfortunate browser bugs surrounding expected
+// hashchange event-based behaviors, independent of any JavaScript
+// window.onhashchange abstraction. See the following examples for more
+// information:
+// 
+// Chrome: Back Button - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-chrome-back-button/
+// Firefox: Remote XMLHttpRequest - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-firefox-remote-xhr/
+// WebKit: Back Button in an Iframe - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-webkit-hash-iframe/
+// Safari: Back Button from a different domain - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-safari-back-from-diff-domain/
+// 
+// Also note that should a browser natively support the window.onhashchange 
+// event, but not report that it does, the fallback polling loop will be used.
+// 
+// About: Release History
+// 
+// 1.3   - (7/21/2010) Reorganized IE6/7 Iframe code to make it more
+//         "removable" for mobile-only development. Added IE6/7 document.title
+//         support. Attempted to make Iframe as hidden as possible by using
+//         techniques from http://www.paciellogroup.com/blog/?p=604. Added 
+//         support for the "shortcut" format $(window).hashchange( fn ) and
+//         $(window).hashchange() like jQuery provides for built-in events.
+//         Renamed jQuery.hashchangeDelay to <jQuery.fn.hashchange.delay> and
+//         lowered its default value to 50. Added <jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain>
+//         and <jQuery.fn.hashchange.src> properties plus document-domain.html
+//         file to address access denied issues when setting document.domain in
+//         IE6/7.
+// 1.2   - (2/11/2010) Fixed a bug where coming back to a page using this plugin
+//         from a page on another domain would cause an error in Safari 4. Also,
+//         IE6/7 Iframe is now inserted after the body (this actually works),
+//         which prevents the page from scrolling when the event is first bound.
+//         Event can also now be bound before DOM ready, but it won't be usable
+//         before then in IE6/7.
+// 1.1   - (1/21/2010) Incorporated document.documentMode test to fix IE8 bug
+//         where browser version is incorrectly reported as 8.0, despite
+//         inclusion of the X-UA-Compatible IE=EmulateIE7 meta tag.
+// 1.0   - (1/9/2010) Initial Release. Broke out the jQuery BBQ event.special
+//         window.onhashchange functionality into a separate plugin for users
+//         who want just the basic event & back button support, without all the
+//         extra awesomeness that BBQ provides. This plugin will be included as
+//         part of jQuery BBQ, but also be available separately.
+
+(function($,window,undefined){
+  '$:nomunge'; // Used by YUI compressor.
+  
+  // Reused string.
+  var str_hashchange = 'hashchange',
+    
+    // Method / object references.
+    doc = document,
+    fake_onhashchange,
+    special = $.event.special,
+    
+    // Does the browser support window.onhashchange? Note that IE8 running in
+    // IE7 compatibility mode reports true for 'onhashchange' in window, even
+    // though the event isn't supported, so also test document.documentMode.
+    doc_mode = doc.documentMode,
+    supports_onhashchange = 'on' + str_hashchange in window && ( doc_mode === undefined || doc_mode > 7 );
+  
+  // Get location.hash (or what you'd expect location.hash to be) sans any
+  // leading #. Thanks for making this necessary, Firefox!
+  function get_fragment( url ) {
+    url = url || location.href;
+    return '#' + url.replace( /^[^#]*#?(.*)$/, '$1' );
+  };
+  
+  // Method: jQuery.fn.hashchange
+  // 
+  // Bind a handler to the window.onhashchange event or trigger all bound
+  // window.onhashchange event handlers. This behavior is consistent with
+  // jQuery's built-in event handlers.
+  // 
+  // Usage:
+  // 
+  // > jQuery(window).hashchange( [ handler ] );
+  // 
+  // Arguments:
+  // 
+  //  handler - (Function) Optional handler to be bound to the hashchange
+  //    event. This is a "shortcut" for the more verbose form:
+  //    jQuery(window).bind( 'hashchange', handler ). If handler is omitted,
+  //    all bound window.onhashchange event handlers will be triggered. This
+  //    is a shortcut for the more verbose
+  //    jQuery(window).trigger( 'hashchange' ). These forms are described in
+  //    the <hashchange event> section.
+  // 
+  // Returns:
+  // 
+  //  (jQuery) The initial jQuery collection of elements.
+  
+  // Allow the "shortcut" format $(elem).hashchange( fn ) for binding and
+  // $(elem).hashchange() for triggering, like jQuery does for built-in events.
+  $.fn[ str_hashchange ] = function( fn ) {
+    return fn ? this.bind( str_hashchange, fn ) : this.trigger( str_hashchange );
+  };
+  
+  // Property: jQuery.fn.hashchange.delay
+  // 
+  // The numeric interval (in milliseconds) at which the <hashchange event>
+  // polling loop executes. Defaults to 50.
+  
+  // Property: jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain
+  // 
+  // If you're setting document.domain in your JavaScript, and you want hash
+  // history to work in IE6/7, not only must this property be set, but you must
+  // also set document.domain BEFORE jQuery is loaded into the page. This
+  // property is only applicable if you are supporting IE6/7 (or IE8 operating
+  // in "IE7 compatibility" mode).
+  // 
+  // In addition, the <jQuery.fn.hashchange.src> property must be set to the
+  // path of the included "document-domain.html" file, which can be renamed or
+  // modified if necessary (note that the document.domain specified must be the
+  // same in both your main JavaScript as well as in this file).
+  // 
+  // Usage:
+  // 
+  // jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain = document.domain;
+  
+  // Property: jQuery.fn.hashchange.src
+  // 
+  // If, for some reason, you need to specify an Iframe src file (for example,
+  // when setting document.domain as in <jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain>), you can
+  // do so using this property. Note that when using this property, history
+  // won't be recorded in IE6/7 until the Iframe src file loads. This property
+  // is only applicable if you are supporting IE6/7 (or IE8 operating in "IE7
+  // compatibility" mode).
+  // 
+  // Usage:
+  // 
+  // jQuery.fn.hashchange.src = 'path/to/file.html';
+  
+  $.fn[ str_hashchange ].delay = 50;
+  /*
+  $.fn[ str_hashchange ].domain = null;
+  $.fn[ str_hashchange ].src = null;
+  */
+  
+  // Event: hashchange event
+  // 
+  // Fired when location.hash changes. In browsers that support it, the native
+  // HTML5 window.onhashchange event is used, otherwise a polling loop is
+  // initialized, running every <jQuery.fn.hashchange.delay> milliseconds to
+  // see if the hash has changed. In IE6/7 (and IE8 operating in "IE7
+  // compatibility" mode), a hidden Iframe is created to allow the back button
+  // and hash-based history to work.
+  // 
+  // Usage as described in <jQuery.fn.hashchange>:
+  // 
+  // > // Bind an event handler.
+  // > jQuery(window).hashchange( function(e) {
+  // >   var hash = location.hash;
+  // >   ...
+  // > });
+  // > 
+  // > // Manually trigger the event handler.
+  // > jQuery(window).hashchange();
+  // 
+  // A more verbose usage that allows for event namespacing:
+  // 
+  // > // Bind an event handler.
+  // > jQuery(window).bind( 'hashchange', function(e) {
+  // >   var hash = location.hash;
+  // >   ...
+  // > });
+  // > 
+  // > // Manually trigger the event handler.
+  // > jQuery(window).trigger( 'hashchange' );
+  // 
+  // Additional Notes:
+  // 
+  // * The polling loop and Iframe are not created until at least one handler
+  //   is actually bound to the 'hashchange' event.
+  // * If you need the bound handler(s) to execute immediately, in cases where
+  //   a location.hash exists on page load, via bookmark or page refresh for
+  //   example, use jQuery(window).hashchange() or the more verbose 
+  //   jQuery(window).trigger( 'hashchange' ).
+  // * The event can be bound before DOM ready, but since it won't be usable
+  //   before then in IE6/7 (due to the necessary Iframe), recommended usage is
+  //   to bind it inside a DOM ready handler.
+  
+  // Override existing $.event.special.hashchange methods (allowing this plugin
+  // to be defined after jQuery BBQ in BBQ's source code).
+  special[ str_hashchange ] = $.extend( special[ str_hashchange ], {
+    
+    // Called only when the first 'hashchange' event is bound to window.
+    setup: function() {
+      // If window.onhashchange is supported natively, there's nothing to do..
+      if ( supports_onhashchange ) { return false; }
+      
+      // Otherwise, we need to create our own. And we don't want to call this
+      // until the user binds to the event, just in case they never do, since it
+      // will create a polling loop and possibly even a hidden Iframe.
+      $( fake_onhashchange.start );
+    },
+    
+    // Called only when the last 'hashchange' event is unbound from window.
+    teardown: function() {
+      // If window.onhashchange is supported natively, there's nothing to do..
+      if ( supports_onhashchange ) { return false; }
+      
+      // Otherwise, we need to stop ours (if possible).
+      $( fake_onhashchange.stop );
+    }
+    
+  });
+  
+  // fake_onhashchange does all the work of triggering the window.onhashchange
+  // event for browsers that don't natively support it, including creating a
+  // polling loop to watch for hash changes and in IE 6/7 creating a hidden
+  // Iframe to enable back and forward.
+  fake_onhashchange = (function(){
+    var self = {},
+      timeout_id,
+      
+      // Remember the initial hash so it doesn't get triggered immediately.
+      last_hash = get_fragment(),
+      
+      fn_retval = function(val){ return val; },
+      history_set = fn_retval,
+      history_get = fn_retval;
+    
+    // Start the polling loop.
+    self.start = function() {
+      timeout_id || poll();
+    };
+    
+    // Stop the polling loop.
+    self.stop = function() {
+      timeout_id && clearTimeout( timeout_id );
+      timeout_id = undefined;
+    };
+    
+    // This polling loop checks every $.fn.hashchange.delay milliseconds to see
+    // if location.hash has changed, and triggers the 'hashchange' event on
+    // window when necessary.
+    function poll() {
+      var hash = get_fragment(),
+        history_hash = history_get( last_hash );
+      
+      if ( hash !== last_hash ) {
+        history_set( last_hash = hash, history_hash );
+        
+        $(window).trigger( str_hashchange );
+        
+      } else if ( history_hash !== last_hash ) {
+        location.href = location.href.replace( /#.*/, '' ) + history_hash;
+      }
+      
+      timeout_id = setTimeout( poll, $.fn[ str_hashchange ].delay );
+    };
+    
+    // vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
+    // vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv REMOVE IF NOT SUPPORTING IE6/7/8 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
+    // vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
+    $.browser.msie && !supports_onhashchange && (function(){
+      // Not only do IE6/7 need the "magical" Iframe treatment, but so does IE8
+      // when running in "IE7 compatibility" mode.
+      
+      var iframe,
+        iframe_src;
+      
+      // When the event is bound and polling starts in IE 6/7, create a hidden
+      // Iframe for history handling.
+      self.start = function(){
+        if ( !iframe ) {
+          iframe_src = $.fn[ str_hashchange ].src;
+          iframe_src = iframe_src && iframe_src + get_fragment();
+          
+          // Create hidden Iframe. Attempt to make Iframe as hidden as possible
+          // by using techniques from http://www.paciellogroup.com/blog/?p=604.
+          iframe = $('<iframe tabindex="-1" title="empty"/>').hide()
+            
+            // When Iframe has completely loaded, initialize the history and
+            // start polling.
+            .one( 'load', function(){
+              iframe_src || history_set( get_fragment() );
+              poll();
+            })
+            
+            // Load Iframe src if specified, otherwise nothing.
+            .attr( 'src', iframe_src || 'javascript:0' )
+            
+            // Append Iframe after the end of the body to prevent unnecessary
+            // initial page scrolling (yes, this works).
+            .insertAfter( 'body' )[0].contentWindow;
+          
+          // Whenever `document.title` changes, update the Iframe's title to
+          // prettify the back/next history menu entries. Since IE sometimes
+          // errors with "Unspecified error" the very first time this is set
+          // (yes, very useful) wrap this with a try/catch block.
+          doc.onpropertychange = function(){
+            try {
+              if ( event.propertyName === 'title' ) {
+                iframe.document.title = doc.title;
+              }
+            } catch(e) {}
+          };
+          
+        }
+      };
+      
+      // Override the "stop" method since an IE6/7 Iframe was created. Even
+      // if there are no longer any bound event handlers, the polling loop
+      // is still necessary for back/next to work at all!
+      self.stop = fn_retval;
+      
+      // Get history by looking at the hidden Iframe's location.hash.
+      history_get = function() {
+        return get_fragment( iframe.location.href );
+      };
+      
+      // Set a new history item by opening and then closing the Iframe
+      // document, *then* setting its location.hash. If document.domain has
+      // been set, update that as well.
+      history_set = function( hash, history_hash ) {
+        var iframe_doc = iframe.document,
+          domain = $.fn[ str_hashchange ].domain;
+        
+        if ( hash !== history_hash ) {
+          // Update Iframe with any initial `document.title` that might be set.
+          iframe_doc.title = doc.title;
+          
+          // Opening the Iframe's document after it has been closed is what
+          // actually adds a history entry.
+          iframe_doc.open();
+          
+          // Set document.domain for the Iframe document as well, if necessary.
+          domain && iframe_doc.write( '<script>document.domain="' + domain + '"</script>' );
+          
+          iframe_doc.close();
+          
+          // Update the Iframe's hash, for great justice.
+          iframe.location.hash = hash;
+        }
+      };
+      
+    })();
+    // ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
+    // ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ REMOVE IF NOT SUPPORTING IE6/7/8 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
+    // ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
+    
+    return self;
+  })();
+  
+})(jQuery,this);
+/*
+* "page" plugin
+*/
+
+(function( $, undefined ) {
+
+$.widget( "mobile.page", $.mobile.widget, {
+	options: {
+		theme: "c",
+		domCache: false,
+		keepNativeDefault: ":jqmData(role='none'), :jqmData(role='nojs')"
+	},
+
+	_create: function() {
+
+		this._trigger( "beforecreate" );
+
+		this.element
+			.attr( "tabindex", "0" )
+			.addClass( "ui-page ui-body-" + this.options.theme );
+	},
+
+	keepNativeSelector: function() {
+		var options = this.options,
+			keepNativeDefined = options.keepNative && $.trim(options.keepNative);
+
+		if( keepNativeDefined && options.keepNative !== options.keepNativeDefault ){
+			return [options.keepNative, options.keepNativeDefault].join(", ");
+		}
+
+		return options.keepNativeDefault;
+	}
+});
+})( jQuery );
+/* 
+* "core" - The base file for jQm
+*/
+
+(function( $, window, undefined ) {
+
+	var nsNormalizeDict = {};
+
+	// jQuery.mobile configurable options
+	$.extend( $.mobile, {
+
+		// Namespace used framework-wide for data-attrs. Default is no namespace
+		ns: "",
+
+		// Define the url parameter used for referencing widget-generated sub-pages.
+		// Translates to to example.html&ui-page=subpageIdentifier
+		// hash segment before &ui-page= is used to make Ajax request
+		subPageUrlKey: "ui-page",
+
+		// Class assigned to page currently in view, and during transitions
+		activePageClass: "ui-page-active",
+
+		// Class used for "active" button state, from CSS framework
+		activeBtnClass: "ui-btn-active",
+
+		// Automatically handle clicks and form submissions through Ajax, when same-domain
+		ajaxEnabled: true,
+
+		// Automatically load and show pages based on location.hash
+		hashListeningEnabled: true,
+
+		// disable to prevent jquery from bothering with links
+		linkBindingEnabled: true,
+
+		// Set default page transition - 'none' for no transitions
+		defaultPageTransition: "slide",
+
+		// Minimum scroll distance that will be remembered when returning to a page
+		minScrollBack: 250,
+
+		// Set default dialog transition - 'none' for no transitions
+		defaultDialogTransition: "pop",
+
+		// Show loading message during Ajax requests
+		// if false, message will not appear, but loading classes will still be toggled on html el
+		loadingMessage: "loading",
+
+		// Error response message - appears when an Ajax page request fails
+		pageLoadErrorMessage: "Error Loading Page",
+
+		//automatically initialize the DOM when it's ready
+		autoInitializePage: true,
+
+		pushStateEnabled: true,
+
+		// turn of binding to the native orientationchange due to android orientation behavior
+		orientationChangeEnabled: true,
+
+		// Support conditions that must be met in order to proceed
+		// default enhanced qualifications are media query support OR IE 7+
+		gradeA: function(){
+			return $.support.mediaquery || $.mobile.browser.ie && $.mobile.browser.ie >= 7;
+		},
+
+		// TODO might be useful upstream in jquery itself ?
+		keyCode: {
+			ALT: 18,
+			BACKSPACE: 8,
+			CAPS_LOCK: 20,
+			COMMA: 188,
+			COMMAND: 91,
+			COMMAND_LEFT: 91, // COMMAND
+			COMMAND_RIGHT: 93,
+			CONTROL: 17,
+			DELETE: 46,
+			DOWN: 40,
+			END: 35,
+			ENTER: 13,
+			ESCAPE: 27,
+			HOME: 36,
+			INSERT: 45,
+			LEFT: 37,
+			MENU: 93, // COMMAND_RIGHT
+			NUMPAD_ADD: 107,
+			NUMPAD_DECIMAL: 110,
+			NUMPAD_DIVIDE: 111,
+			NUMPAD_ENTER: 108,
+			NUMPAD_MULTIPLY: 106,
+			NUMPAD_SUBTRACT: 109,
+			PAGE_DOWN: 34,
+			PAGE_UP: 33,
+			PERIOD: 190,
+			RIGHT: 39,
+			SHIFT: 16,
+			SPACE: 32,
+			TAB: 9,
+			UP: 38,
+			WINDOWS: 91 // COMMAND
+		},
+
+		// Scroll page vertically: scroll to 0 to hide iOS address bar, or pass a Y value
+		silentScroll: function( ypos ) {
+			if ( $.type( ypos ) !== "number" ) {
+				ypos = $.mobile.defaultHomeScroll;
+			}
+
+			// prevent scrollstart and scrollstop events
+			$.event.special.scrollstart.enabled = false;
+
+			setTimeout(function() {
+				window.scrollTo( 0, ypos );
+				$( document ).trigger( "silentscroll", { x: 0, y: ypos });
+			}, 20 );
+
+			setTimeout(function() {
+				$.event.special.scrollstart.enabled = true;
+			}, 150 );
+		},
+
+		// Expose our cache for testing purposes.
+		nsNormalizeDict: nsNormalizeDict,
+
+		// Take a data attribute property, prepend the namespace
+		// and then camel case the attribute string. Add the result
+		// to our nsNormalizeDict so we don't have to do this again.
+		nsNormalize: function( prop ) {
+			if ( !prop ) {
+				return;
+			}
+
+			return nsNormalizeDict[ prop ] || ( nsNormalizeDict[ prop ] = $.camelCase( $.mobile.ns + prop ) );
+		},
+
+		getInheritedTheme: function( el, defaultTheme ) {
+
+			// Find the closest parent with a theme class on it. Note that
+			// we are not using $.fn.closest() on purpose here because this
+			// method gets called quite a bit and we need it to be as fast
+			// as possible.
+
+			var e = el[ 0 ],
+				ltr = "",
+				re = /ui-(bar|body)-([a-z])\b/,
+				c, m;
+
+			while ( e ) {
+				var c = e.className || "";
+				if ( ( m = re.exec( c ) ) && ( ltr = m[ 2 ] ) ) {
+					// We found a parent with a theme class
+					// on it so bail from this loop.
+					break;
+				}
+				e = e.parentNode;
+			}
+			
+			// Return the theme letter we found, if none, return the
+			// specified default.
+
+			return ltr || defaultTheme || "a";
+		}
+	});
+
+	// Mobile version of data and removeData and hasData methods
+	// ensures all data is set and retrieved using jQuery Mobile's data namespace
+	$.fn.jqmData = function( prop, value ) {
+		var result;
+		if ( typeof prop != "undefined" ) {
+			result = this.data( prop ? $.mobile.nsNormalize( prop ) : prop, value );
+		}
+		return result;
+	};
+
+	$.jqmData = function( elem, prop, value ) {
+		var result;
+		if ( typeof prop != "undefined" ) {
+			result = $.data( elem, prop ? $.mobile.nsNormalize( prop ) : prop, value );
+		}
+		return result;
+	};
+
+	$.fn.jqmRemoveData = function( prop ) {
+		return this.removeData( $.mobile.nsNormalize( prop ) );
+	};
+
+	$.jqmRemoveData = function( elem, prop ) {
+		return $.removeData( elem, $.mobile.nsNormalize( prop ) );
+	};
+
+	$.fn.removeWithDependents = function() {
+		$.removeWithDependents( this );
+	};
+
+	$.removeWithDependents = function( elem ) {
+		var $elem = $( elem );
+
+		( $elem.jqmData('dependents') || $() ).remove();
+		$elem.remove();
+	};
+
+	$.fn.addDependents = function( newDependents ) {
+		$.addDependents( $(this), newDependents );
+	};
+
+	$.addDependents = function( elem, newDependents ) {
+		var dependents = $(elem).jqmData( 'dependents' ) || $();
+
+		$(elem).jqmData( 'dependents', $.merge(dependents, newDependents) );
+	};
+
+	// note that this helper doesn't attempt to handle the callback
+	// or setting of an html elements text, its only purpose is
+	// to return the html encoded version of the text in all cases. (thus the name)
+	$.fn.getEncodedText = function() {
+		return $( "<div/>" ).text( $(this).text() ).html();
+	};
+
+	// Monkey-patching Sizzle to filter the :jqmData selector
+	var oldFind = $.find,
+		jqmDataRE = /:jqmData\(([^)]*)\)/g;
+
+	$.find = function( selector, context, ret, extra ) {
+		selector = selector.replace( jqmDataRE, "[data-" + ( $.mobile.ns || "" ) + "$1]" );
+
+		return oldFind.call( this, selector, context, ret, extra );
+	};
+
+	$.extend( $.find, oldFind );
+
+	$.find.matches = function( expr, set ) {
+		return $.find( expr, null, null, set );
+	};
+
+	$.find.matchesSelector = function( node, expr ) {
+		return $.find( expr, null, null, [ node ] ).length > 0;
+	};
+})( jQuery, this );
+
+/*
+* core utilities for auto ajax navigation, base tag mgmt,
+*/
+
+( function( $, undefined ) {
+
+	//define vars for interal use
+	var $window = $( window ),
+		$html = $( 'html' ),
+		$head = $( 'head' ),
+
+		//url path helpers for use in relative url management
+		path = {
+
+			// This scary looking regular expression parses an absolute URL or its relative
+			// variants (protocol, site, document, query, and hash), into the various
+			// components (protocol, host, path, query, fragment, etc that make up the
+			// URL as well as some other commonly used sub-parts. When used with RegExp.exec()
+			// or String.match, it parses the URL into a results array that looks like this:
+			//
+			//     [0]: http://jblas:password@mycompany.com:8080/mail/inbox?msg=1234&type=unread#msg-content
+			//     [1]: http://jblas:password@mycompany.com:8080/mail/inbox?msg=1234&type=unread
+			//     [2]: http://jblas:password@mycompany.com:8080/mail/inbox
+			//     [3]: http://jblas:password@mycompany.com:8080
+			//     [4]: http:
+			//     [5]: //
+			//     [6]: jblas:password@mycompany.com:8080
+			//     [7]: jblas:password
+			//     [8]: jblas
+			//     [9]: password
+			//    [10]: mycompany.com:8080
+			//    [11]: mycompany.com
+			//    [12]: 8080
+			//    [13]: /mail/inbox
+			//    [14]: /mail/
+			//    [15]: inbox
+			//    [16]: ?msg=1234&type=unread
+			//    [17]: #msg-content
+			//
+			urlParseRE: /^(((([^:\/#\?]+:)?(?:(\/\/)((?:(([^:@\/#\?]+)(?:\:([^:@\/#\?]+))?)@)?(([^:\/#\?\]\[]+|\[[^\/\]@#?]+\])(?:\:([0-9]+))?))?)?)?((\/?(?:[^\/\?#]+\/+)*)([^\?#]*)))?(\?[^#]+)?)(#.*)?/,
+
+			//Parse a URL into a structure that allows easy access to
+			//all of the URL components by name.
+			parseUrl: function( url ) {
+				// If we're passed an object, we'll assume that it is
+				// a parsed url object and just return it back to the caller.
+				if ( $.type( url ) === "object" ) {
+					return url;
+				}
+
+				var matches = path.urlParseRE.exec( url || "" ) || [];
+
+					// Create an object that allows the caller to access the sub-matches
+					// by name. Note that IE returns an empty string instead of undefined,
+					// like all other browsers do, so we normalize everything so its consistent
+					// no matter what browser we're running on.
+					return {
+						href:         matches[  0 ] || "",
+						hrefNoHash:   matches[  1 ] || "",
+						hrefNoSearch: matches[  2 ] || "",
+						domain:       matches[  3 ] || "",
+						protocol:     matches[  4 ] || "",
+						doubleSlash:  matches[  5 ] || "",
+						authority:    matches[  6 ] || "",
+						username:     matches[  8 ] || "",
+						password:     matches[  9 ] || "",
+						host:         matches[ 10 ] || "",
+						hostname:     matches[ 11 ] || "",
+						port:         matches[ 12 ] || "",
+						pathname:     matches[ 13 ] || "",
+						directory:    matches[ 14 ] || "",
+						filename:     matches[ 15 ] || "",
+						search:       matches[ 16 ] || "",
+						hash:         matches[ 17 ] || ""
+					};
+			},
+
+			//Turn relPath into an asbolute path. absPath is
+			//an optional absolute path which describes what
+			//relPath is relative to.
+			makePathAbsolute: function( relPath, absPath ) {
+				if ( relPath && relPath.charAt( 0 ) === "/" ) {
+					return relPath;
+				}
+
+				relPath = relPath || "";
+				absPath = absPath ? absPath.replace( /^\/|(\/[^\/]*|[^\/]+)$/g, "" ) : "";
+
+				var absStack = absPath ? absPath.split( "/" ) : [],
+					relStack = relPath.split( "/" );
+				for ( var i = 0; i < relStack.length; i++ ) {
+					var d = relStack[ i ];
+					switch ( d ) {
+						case ".":
+							break;
+						case "..":
+							if ( absStack.length ) {
+								absStack.pop();
+							}
+							break;
+						default:
+							absStack.push( d );
+							break;
+					}
+				}
+				return "/" + absStack.join( "/" );
+			},
+
+			//Returns true if both urls have the same domain.
+			isSameDomain: function( absUrl1, absUrl2 ) {
+				return path.parseUrl( absUrl1 ).domain === path.parseUrl( absUrl2 ).domain;
+			},
+
+			//Returns true for any relative variant.
+			isRelativeUrl: function( url ) {
+				// All relative Url variants have one thing in common, no protocol.
+				return path.parseUrl( url ).protocol === "";
+			},
+
+			//Returns true for an absolute url.
+			isAbsoluteUrl: function( url ) {
+				return path.parseUrl( url ).protocol !== "";
+			},
+
+			//Turn the specified realtive URL into an absolute one. This function
+			//can handle all relative variants (protocol, site, document, query, fragment).
+			makeUrlAbsolute: function( relUrl, absUrl ) {
+				if ( !path.isRelativeUrl( relUrl ) ) {
+					return relUrl;
+				}
+
+				var relObj = path.parseUrl( relUrl ),
+					absObj = path.parseUrl( absUrl ),
+					protocol = relObj.protocol || absObj.protocol,
+					doubleSlash = relObj.protocol ? relObj.doubleSlash : ( relObj.doubleSlash || absObj.doubleSlash ),
+					authority = relObj.authority || absObj.authority,
+					hasPath = relObj.pathname !== "",
+					pathname = path.makePathAbsolute( relObj.pathname || absObj.filename, absObj.pathname ),
+					search = relObj.search || ( !hasPath && absObj.search ) || "",
+					hash = relObj.hash;
+
+				return protocol + doubleSlash + authority + pathname + search + hash;
+			},
+
+			//Add search (aka query) params to the specified url.
+			addSearchParams: function( url, params ) {
+				var u = path.parseUrl( url ),
+					p = ( typeof params === "object" ) ? $.param( params ) : params,
+					s = u.search || "?";
+				return u.hrefNoSearch + s + ( s.charAt( s.length - 1 ) !== "?" ? "&" : "" ) + p + ( u.hash || "" );
+			},
+
+			convertUrlToDataUrl: function( absUrl ) {
+				var u = path.parseUrl( absUrl );
+				if ( path.isEmbeddedPage( u ) ) {
+				    // For embedded pages, remove the dialog hash key as in getFilePath(),
+				    // otherwise the Data Url won't match the id of the embedded Page.