Hi.

Should I add the method using (A)...

$$('.css').invoke('addMethod', function(el, args){
  // Payload
});

Or should I use (B) ...

Element.addMethods(function(el, args) {
  if (el.hasClass('css')) {
    // Payload
  }
});
Element.addMethods();


Using (A) directly attaches to any current elements, but (B) will work
on existing and new elements.

I suppose, based upon my own assumptions above, (B) would be the way to go.

Unless there is a way to attach behaviour based upon style (so attach
the method to the style which is then applied to the element when the
style is).

Regards,

Richard Quadling.
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