- On Fri, Feb 17, 2006 at 09:51:37AM -0800, Cahill, Earl wrote:
> I read this to mean, if you are in the upper half of the element, insertHi Earl, the hidden drop targets at the end of the list make it so that
> before it. I am pretty sure that you want offsetTop instead of
> offsetLeft. Perhaps I am misreading it, but it sure seemed like my code
> started to work after I made that change. It also seems strange that
> the case of inserting below the node isn't covered. Looking at the
> example, I see a hidden li at the end of the list, which I guess would
> solve the no insertAfter problem.
we only need to insert before other items. Thanks for pointing our the
offsetLeft error, that will be fixed.