Updating links on multiple html pages at the same time
When Ajax isn't possible (such as a non-same-domain url, or if specified using certain attributes on the link), a normal HTTP request is used instead.
The goal of this nav model is to allow developers to create websites using best practices — where ordinary links will "just work" without any special configuration — while creating a rich, native-like experience that can't be achieved with standard HTTP requests.
When using this feature in your source markup, although browsers that support this feature will not use the specified attribute, be sure to still provide a meaningful value that actually points to the URL of the referring page to allow the feature to work for users in C-Grade browsers.
If users can reach this page from more than one referring pages, specify a sensible will not reverse the reversed page transition and produce the "normal" version of the transition.
The jquery just creates the array of links and opens each one when the "open-all" button is clicked: HTML: Thank you for your interest in this question.
In either situation, j Query Mobile updates the page's URL hash to enable Back button support, deep-linking and bookmarking.
It's important to note that if you are linking from a mobile page that was loaded via Ajax to a page that contains multiple internal pages, you need to add a ) to track the Ajax history, while multiple internal pages use the hash to indicate internal pages so there will be conflicts in the hash between these two modes.
on a parent container which allows you to exclude a large number of links from the Ajax navigation system.
This avoids the need to add this attribute to every link in a container. This allows you to build a small site or application within a single HTML document; j Query Mobile will simply display the first "page" it finds in the source order when the page loads.