Not quite clear what you're trying to do, but if you specify
as an option for .draggable() then the dragged element will remain where it is and a clone of the element will be dragged - so the original element does not move. Is that what you mean? So this would allow you to build, for example, a shopping cart where you can drag items to the cart but they remain available in the shop for multiple purchases.
Otherwise, the revert option will cause the dragged element to return to it's original position when dragging stops.
Last edited by SB65; 10-29-2011 at 11:51 AM..