Salvattore is a library agnostic JS script that will help you organize your HTML elements according to the number of columns you specify, like jQuery Masonry.
- No requirements: Salvattore is a standalone script, it will work right away after being referenced in your HTML page.
- Extremely lightweight: about 2.7KB (minified and gzipped.)
- CSS-driven configuration: the number of columns is defined in CSS and the styling is left to the user.
- Media queries ready: the same parameters can be used inside media queries for better results on different devices.
- Wide browser support: modern browsers and IE9+
- Balanced columns: to keep all columns about the same height.
To find out more and see it in action, please visit our website.
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Methods can be called on the globally exposed
salvattore object for advanced usage.
var grid = document.querySelector('#grid'); var item = document.createElement('article'); salvattore.appendElements(grid, [item]); item.outerHTML = 'I’ve been appended!';
|appendElements||grid : DOM object, elements: Array of DOM objects||Adds elements to the end of a grid.|
|prependElements||grid : DOM object, elements: Array of DOM objects||Adds elements to a beginning of a grid. Adds multiple elements one by one before each other, so note the order.|
|registerGrid||grid : DOM object||Adds a new grid to salvattore. Which is initialized automatically then.|
|recreateColumns||grid : DOM object||Removes all the columns from the grid, and adds them again.|
|rescanMediaQueries||Checks stylesheets and selectors for media queries again. Recreates the columns for all grids afterwards.|
How to contribute
We use Gulp to add polyfills and minify the script in the
dist/ folder. To make changes to the script itself, please edit
src/salvattore.js and send us a pull request.
Share feedback & ideas
You can even contribute by using Salvattore and sharing bugs, ideas or solutions on the Issues page.
Protip: if you’re posting a bug please share all the relevant data and ideally a live URL so that we can debug (yeah we do that!)