jQuery equalizeBottoms plugin v1.4


With jQuery equalizeBottoms you can “equalize” the bottoms of multiple elements, making columns heights even, even when CSS refuses to help.

I actually created this plugin back in April, but never officially released it. After designing the basic functionality, I built-in the ability to poll for element height changes.. but since then, I’ve created jQuery doTimeout, which handles all that fancy polling stuff, should you need it. So, long story short, I removed all the unnecessary polling code from equalizeBottoms, which leaves just the lean and mean bottom-equalizing code!

Either way, check out the plugin now, and let me know what you think!

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