reversing the dircetion to be dragged

I have a piece of code in this fiddle, which simulates an iphone unlock screen, and i would now like to reverse the direction of dragging to unlock such that users drag from right to left to perform the unlock actions.

and this is the fiddle:
https://jsfiddle.net/h6avtu7p/
EnRico LamAsked:
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Julian HansenCommented:
Quick and dirty

Change jQuery to this
$(function() {
$('#slider').css({left: '555px'});
	$("#slider").draggable({
		axis: 'x',
		containment: 'parent',
		drag: function(event, ui) {
			if (ui.position.left <= 0) {
				$("#well").fadeOut();
			} else {
			    // Apparently Safari isn't allowing partial opacity on text with background clip? Not sure.
				// $("h2 span").css("opacity", 100 - (ui.position.left / 5))
			}
		},
		stop: function(event, ui) {
			if (ui.position.left > 1) {
				$(this).animate({
					left: '555px'
				})
			}
		}
	});
	
	// The following credit: http://www.evanblack.com/blog/touch-slide-to-unlock/
	
	$('#slider')[0].addEventListener('touchmove', function(event) {
	    event.preventDefault();
	    var el = event.target;
	    var touch = event.touches[0];
	    curX = touch.pageX - this.offsetLeft - 73;
	    if(curX > 550) return;
	    if(curX <= 0){
	    	$('#well').fadeOut();
	    }
	   	el.style.webkitTransform = 'translateX(' + curX + 'px)'; 
	}, false);
	
	$('#slider')[0].addEventListener('touchend', function(event) {	
	    this.style.webkitTransition = '-webkit-transform 0.3s ease-in';
	    this.addEventListener( 'webkitTransitionEnd', function( event ) { this.style.webkitTransition = 'none'; }, false );
	    this.style.webkitTransform = 'translateX(555px)';
	}, false);

});

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EnRico LamAuthor Commented:
thx a ton, my first question here, lot better than S.O. , a helpful experienced expert.
Julian HansenCommented:
You are most welcome
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