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February 10, 2016 at 6:21 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #581294
could you please let me know which code in which file creates that specific menu design in Flashlight (see link in private content)?
BrunoFebruary 8, 2016 at 3:43 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #579702
Re desktop menu:
I added 2 links to show my point (edited screenshots – see private content).
– In the Flashlight menu, part of the menu area is transparent (top and near bottom)
– the Flashlight menu is moved to the right (this is what your code is supposed to do – unfortunately I don’t see any change)
How can I move the menu and create the partial transparency in Enfold?
Re mobile menu:
Your code reduces the width of the menu, however:
(please check the screenshot from a responsive theme in the private content)
1) the area on the left of the (reduced width) menu should be transparent (remember, my goal is that the menu slider must not hide the entire screen)
2) is there a way to make the width of the menu slider flexible, i.e. self-adapting to the width of the content of the menu, instead of a having a fixed percentage of the fullsize slider (if there are only short items in the menu, the slider should be smaller, when the content includes long words, the menu slider should get wider accordingly). Of course I can check and adjust the width when I add a new menu item, but it would be more elegant if this happened automatically.
BTW: these desktop design elements were what caught my eye, when I first saw the Flashlight demo, therefore I would like to recreate it in EnfoldFebruary 8, 2016 at 1:45 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #579600
What about the desktop menu?
Where in Flashlight can I find the code of the menu I’m looking for (that partially transparent block, offset from the left edge – see my current homepage or the mockup/screenshot or the Flashlight demo)?
What code (CSS?) would I need to transfer or modify (and where to insert/modify)?
BrunoFebruary 8, 2016 at 1:05 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #579555
my post starts with the following statements (quote):
– My current site http://www.fotowalther.ch is created with Flashlight (non-responsive).
– I might switch to Enfold, provided there is a solution for the menu as described.
My questions (requirements for switching) are:
1) I want the desktop menu to look the same with Enfold as with Flashlight (see mockup or active homepage)
2) the mobile menu must NOT hide the entire screen (it should be flexible and only take the width required to accomodate the menu as shown in the mockup).
I was then asked to create mockups to show my points.
There must be a fundamental misunderstanding. Why would you like me to show the solution when I am asking to know if it can be done in the first place?
To see how it looks when the mobile menu hides the entire screen please check any of the Enfold demos. I’m asking because I don’t want the menu to look like this. I wonder whether it would be possible with a CSS code or a file modification to achieve what I want.
BrunoFebruary 4, 2016 at 3:47 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #577804
The links to my mockups were in the private content. Maybe the have gone lost in cyberspace, so I added them here again (private content).
It seems that my last sentence was not clear: I no longer request to avoid the hamburger button. (I still don’t like it, but if the mobile user is happy with it, it’s okay.). However, I insist that the slider does not hide the entire screen (and the hamburger button sits on the right hand side of the header). I hoped this could be done with just a CSS modification.
Thanks for pointing me to these plugins. I’ll give them a try.
thanks for the ultrafast reply!
I also appreciate your creating tutorials (I assume this should also help you with redundant questions).
For future reference I’m also trying to create my own database with codes and resources I come across browsing the support forum.
BrunoFebruary 1, 2016 at 4:19 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #575860
thanks for your comments.
Meanwhile I created a mockup of the desktop as well as of the envisioned mobile version.
1) The desktop version should show a vertical menu on the left side, with the same design as the dummy from the Flashlight demo.
2) The mobile (responsible) version should show a vertical menu sliding in from the right edge (including 3 menu levels). The slider should not hide the entire screen, but only have the width needed to accommodate the menu.
Can both be done in Enfold?
(I gave in as far as my request to avoid the hamburger button is concerned. I still don’t like it, but if the mobile user is happy with it, it’s okay.
BrunoJanuary 31, 2016 at 1:40 pm in reply to: Navi verlinkt nur die home, bei den anderen Seiten erscheint eine Fehlermeldung #575293
ich meine, sowas irgendwo gelesen zu haben – allerdings keine Ahnung, ob bei Kriesi oder bei WooCommerce.
Jedenfalls denke ich nicht, dass die Support Leute die Dringlichkeit einer Anfrage aufgrund der Anzahl Nachfragen beurteilen (können), Im Zweifelsfall hilft vermutlich Geduld genauso. Aber: nicht Genaues weiss man nicht – genau wie bei Problemen mit der Software.
Ich erhielt bisher immer eine Antwort – mal früher, mal später – mal effektive Vorschläge, mal weniger.January 31, 2016 at 12:42 am in reply to: Navi verlinkt nur die home, bei den anderen Seiten erscheint eine Fehlermeldung #575119
jedesmal, wenn Du noch einen Hilfeschrei anhängst, reiht sich die Anfrage wieder am Ende der Warteschlange ein – und Deutsch können meines Wissens nur Einzelne – es scheint, dass diese am Wochenende auch mal frei haben …January 30, 2016 at 10:14 pm in reply to: Navi verlinkt nur die home, bei den anderen Seiten erscheint eine Fehlermeldung #575099
“Private Content” heisst so, weil diese Inhalte nicht öffentlich sind, sondern nur vom Support-Team eingesehen werden können.
Will heissen: ich hab keine Login-Daten von Dir.
Private Content (link to your website, login credentials, FTP credentials, etc – only visible for moderators)January 30, 2016 at 8:19 pm in reply to: Navi verlinkt nur die home, bei den anderen Seiten erscheint eine Fehlermeldung #575077
wie gesagt: mehr weiss ich nicht, bin auch bloss ein geplagter User …
(“Flashlight” ist ein anderes WP theme von Kriesi).January 30, 2016 at 7:49 pm in reply to: Navi verlinkt nur die home, bei den anderen Seiten erscheint eine Fehlermeldung #575070
ich habe mich heute den ganzen Nachmittag lang mit diesem Problem herumgeschlagen.
Hab für mich mal eine funktionierende Lösung gefunden.
In einer “Flashlight” Homepage funktioniert’s mit “Beitragsname” und “Benutzerdefinierte Basis galerie-3”.
Mehr kann ich im Moment leider nicht beitragen.
BrunoJanuary 30, 2016 at 7:27 pm in reply to: Navi verlinkt nur die home, bei den anderen Seiten erscheint eine Fehlermeldung #575065
vermutlich liegt das an den Permalinks.
Versuch mal verschiedene Kombinationen [Einstellungen/Permalinks]
z.B. Gebräuchliche Einstellungen = Einfach / Basis-Permalink Produkte = Standard (einfach probieren bis etwas funktioniert).
Speichern nicht vergessen ;-)
Es kann sein, dass nach dem Speichern eine Einstellung wieder funktioniert, die zuvor nicht funktioniert hat.
.January 27, 2016 at 5:12 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #573057
It seems that I missed the boat.
I have just noticed that the “Enfold shop demo” addresses part of my question.
The only thing I hate about it is that the side menu hides the entire screen of a mobile device.
Is there a workaround in Enfold?
See: https://s.codepen.io/lukejacksonn/fullembedgrid/PwmwWV?type=embed&animations=run# (I would replace the number with text “more”).
more examples: https://css-tricks.com/the-priority-navigation-pattern/January 27, 2016 at 4:11 pm in reply to: Responsive multilayer menu/navigation (submenus) without hamburger button ? #572987
– I’m not sure what you mean by “I think it could be possible”? Are you confirming it is possible or does it just mean “maybe” (i.e. purchase and find out yourself)? Does anybody else know for sure?
– all these demos use the hamburger button – the one thing I explicitly said I did not want to use – I’m disappointed.
Any other suggestions?
yes, as I wrote: I had to reinstall the previous WP version (4.3.) , because the images looked so awkward.
That’s also the reason why I made the screenshots, to show you how awkward it looked.
At the same time I sent you the link to the (rolled back) version to show you how it should look like in WP 4.4.
Now I reinstalled WP 4.4. and hope it wont be too long until you can have a look and tell me either how to fix the issue or to roll back to WP 4.3 in the meantime.
I temporarily disabled my custom.css file – no change of the issue
that was lightning fast.
Please see the link in the private content.
this successfully removed the double “Copyright” text.
Good to know in which file the code is located,
BrunoDecember 7, 2015 at 9:35 pm in reply to: Remove/edit "no more images available" message in flexible masonry gallery #548304December 7, 2015 at 7:25 pm in reply to: Remove/edit "no more images available" message in flexible masonry gallery #548233
thanks – we’re getting closer: the suggested code eliminates the text , but leaves the empty box.
Any suggestion on how to eliminate the box?
BrunoDecember 7, 2015 at 2:59 pm in reply to: Remove/edit "no more images available" message in flexible masonry gallery #548014
I sent the link as private content.
Watch carefully – the text only shows shortly (you need to scroll down to the bottom of the page while the images are loading).
I think this text is also mentioned in the Flashlight mansonry gallery template (dummy files).
I sent you a screenshot by email.
meanwhile I discovered how to avoid the copyright information (which obviously is extracted from the EXIF information).
However, I would like to have a custom copyright text instead. So I wonder whether I could add some code to the custom.css file (or alternatively in which file I could modify which program code).
Currently the copyright information reads: Copyright: Copyright 2015 Bruno Walther (not very elegant to see the word “copyright” twice).
May I add another (supposedly related) question?
Is there a way how to add some space between the title of the flexible mansonry gallery and the images of the gallery? It does not look nice if the title sits directly on the first row of images.
My ticket #547174 might relate to the same source file.
– Yes, custom.css works – I only needed to add the brackets you mentioned.
– I understand, that the many single “/” fortunately turned out to be a false alarm
thanks a lot!
Your examples identified the culprit (and brought the explanation, why the problem only started with the latest addition): as you pointed out, brackets were missing in line 434 (where the last code was added just before the problem showed up). Adding the brackets helped.
I also corrected the missing “i” in line 346.
As for the single “/”, I checked the whole file for single “/”.
There was none at the start, nor at the end of a line – they all were somewhere between “/*….*/”, where I doubt that they weren’t allowed to be.
Example (line 218):
/* “Show details” / “Expand image” button: replace icon */
I adopted the format for uncommenting “/*….*/” from line 1 of the original custom.css:
/* Have fun adding your style here :) – PS: At all times this file should contain a comment or a rule, otherwise opera might act buggy :( */
Are you considering this as a mistake?
Thanks for your help!
all (but very, very few exceptions) of the codes in my custom.css were suggested by the support team (either upon my inquiry or copied from published answers).
All of these codes were only added to custom.css after they were successfully tested in the Quick CSS.
I’m therefore surprised to hear that there are a lot of typos and that these would suddenly prevent the last addition to work.
I would appreciate if you could point out an example of such typos (together with the correction); this might also help me to find the other typos.
Thanks for letting me know that the Quick CSS is stored in the DB. Up to now I used the Quick CSS as a sandbox for testing and just made sure the custom.css remained save.
I also tried to use a child-theme. Unfortunately it seems that I made a mistake and it did not work so far. I will try again.