Droppable Element Element

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1 Droppable Element

The droppable element allows you to make a block of Nitrogen elements a drop target for draggable elements.

Combine the draggable element with the droppable element to allow drag and drop behavior.

Usage

#droppable { tag=drop1, accept_class=accept, hover_class=hover, body=[
  #span { text="This is a droppable block." }
]}

Attributes

tag - (Erlang term)
The drag term to pass into the drop_event/2 event.
body - (Nitrogen elements)
The elements that will be droppable.
accept_groups - (list of atoms (defaults to 'all'))
The drag groups that will be accepted by this drop target
active_class - (atom or string (defaults to 'active'))
This CSS class will be applied to the element when the user drags a draggable element.
hover_class - (atom or string (defaults to 'hover'))
This CSS class will be applied to the element when the user hovers with a draggable element.

Events

drop_event(DragTag, DropTag)

Called when the user drops an element. DragTag is the tag associated with the draggable element. DropTag is the tag associated with the droppable element.

Date: 2014-11-12 19:51:08 CST

Author: Rusty Klophaus (@rustyio)

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