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Found the problem, it was my Firefox. Tested in a VM and it works just fine. Thanks Yigit for your excellent help and your patience.
The animation is gone, when srolling down, the logo resizes abruptly. Scrolling back up the logo resizes smoothly though…
thanks for your help and all your efforts. That didn’t work out as intended. Apart from the little gap (have a look) the logo is now “jumping”, i.e the resizing is not smoothly animated anymore, like it was before.
thanks, but not quite…. I’ve been trying and trying and always had effects similar like that one now (have a look).
That header is a tricky one ;-)
To specify: I am talking about reducing the expanded height, not the smaller height when the page is srolled down. A link might help ;-)
I simply tricked it and used 930 x 430 images and renamed them to image-450×280. Stupid, but hell, the website has to go live at some point.
Can somebody tell me a trick how to show the category header for categories, but not for subcategories?
thanks for your answer. And you are right, it is used there, but the demo doesn’t use the category image as a header and at the same time as thumbnails if you display categories and subcategories. E.g. the category picture here http://www.kriesi.at/themes/replete/product-category/women/ would be cropped and display nothing useful, if you’d enable “show subcategories” in the woocommerce settings/catalog/. That’s what we are trying to do and that’s what doesn’t work right :-(
So I guess it is nearly impossible to make use of the category images for thumbs AND as category header at the same time, right?
Sure, we could use 990px wide images, but that would still crop the header image, where I don’t want it. And the other solution would be to simply leave our thumbs at 450px and then exchange each resulting thumb-450×280.jpg for each category header, but that kind of fiddling is exactly what I would like to avoid. Do you see my dilemma?
Hi guys, thanks for your answers so far. I would still love to have a different image there. Let me explain why:
Changing the image to full size doesn’t help much either. I guess not many people are using the category images at all or at least don’t show them there (By there I mean above the subcategories resp. products). For better differentiation/understanding let*s call the image shown on the category page “category header” (the one in the slideshow_container)
If I would use 450×450 px, as intended by Kriesi, the category header will either be cut of and displayed too large (i.e. stretched) in the default setting, or simply displayed too large/stretched, if I use above modification.
I could switch to larger category images, but as long as they are square or even in portrait format, the resulting category header image would be way to high. Obviously for the same design reasons, Kriesi has opted for a landscape orientation himself, but cropped and in the wrong dimensions.
Naturally I might be doing something completely wrong, but if I am right this “category header” image is simply done wrong. Would you please be so kind and check that? It is not used in the demo, so I can’t verify it there.
Ideally we can find a way to have a different image as the category header, as nothing else makes much sense, imho. Correct me if I am wrong.
That doesn’t explain the behaviour of the header image. That’s actually my biggest problem right now, all other things I can solve. But that image is driving me crazy. Could you point me to the part of the template, where that is loaded? I would like to have a different image there, since the current setup makes no sense at all (As written before: It also uses another size, 450x280px and displays that as a header image in the category, but in 780x485px. See http://deinhardt.com/sizes2.jpg )
those are not used by woocommerce products or product categories. So there are even more thumbs generated, but then they are not used correctly.An example:
I upload category1.jpg with 450x450px. Next to all the other sizes the image is resized to 308x308px (my product image settings in woocommerce). The theme uses the 308px thumb, but resizes the images again, depending on the number of columns in the shop layout.
It also uses another size, 450x280px and displays that as a header image in the category, but in 780x485px.
See what I mean?
Did someobody translate Abundance meanhwile? If so, would you please be so kind and share?May 30, 2012 at 2:50 pm in reply to: Can't use links in text above sortable portfolio page #75922May 30, 2012 at 1:31 pm in reply to: Can't use links in text above sortable portfolio page #75920
thanks for your offer to help. Login details are in your mail, the page can be found here http://van-langen.de/wp-admin/post.php?post=58&action=edit
CheersMay 25, 2012 at 12:39 pm in reply to: Can't use links in text above sortable portfolio page #75918
…and from the distance fragments of the song “The Sound of Silence” very quietly and slowly drift through the calm, like whispers in the wind…
;-)May 24, 2012 at 11:09 am in reply to: Can't use links in text above sortable portfolio page #75917
I really would love to hear from someone about this, as we plan to go live next week and if there’s no solution, we’d have to consider alternatives…May 22, 2012 at 1:32 pm in reply to: Can't use links in text above sortable portfolio page #75916
I’d be interested in this too. Since we’re talking about the footer, this is independent from any specific page. I would like to be able to change the footer columns globally, i.e. have 3 columns, but 2 x 1/4 and 1 x 1/2 or something in that vain.
Where/How could I do that?February 9, 2011 at 11:16 pm in reply to: Space between portfolio posts too wide before sorting #36893
Just wanted to drop by after while and say the support here is quite disappointing. Of the few questions I had not a single one has been answered to my satisfaction. As far as I tell can most of the time users help each other, but that’s not my idea of customer support.
Also there has been a lot of development in the market and on themforest and many authors whip out one update after another to make their themes even better. Not so Kriesi. He sold 20.000 copies and that’s it? No support, no updates, nothing?
DisappointingDecember 8, 2010 at 2:02 am in reply to: Space between portfolio posts too wide before sorting #36892
Please, at least tell me, that you don’t know how to solve this or where to start looking…December 1, 2010 at 3:30 pm in reply to: Space between portfolio posts too wide before sorting #36891November 15, 2010 at 1:06 pm in reply to: Space between portfolio posts too wide before sorting #36890November 8, 2010 at 4:39 pm in reply to: Space between portfolio posts too wide before sorting #36885
It happens in every browser (FF, IE, Opera, Safari, Chrome). Maybe you missed it? I’d send you screenshots, but I don’t know how….
When you load the page, the space between first and second row is too big, but after clicking on “Alle” the second row moves up. Refreshing the page the space is bigger again….
Thanks for your tip, but not quite what we need. The question really is, how can we address portfolio categories instead of post categories? All plugins that we’ve tried only “see” the standard post categories, so we didn’t find a way to do what we planned with plugins. Our goal is to have a kind of sub-navigation in the portfolio post sidebar, enabling users to select all portfolio posts of a given category.
So, can you tell us how the portfolio categories are handled in Avisio?