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Full page scroll incl. bullets on the side would be awesome!
jQuery script is free for download (see bottom right of the example page).
Ok, thanks for taking the time to look into this. Too bad there isn’t a way to get it right, but maybe I’ll just pick a neutral color instead so it doesn’t look awkward when it’s “almost” the same.
- in theme option to have a fixed sidebar when scrolling down to avoid wasting a lot of white space on long posts/pages
- Accordion slider from corona option. This is enormously helpfull for websites that run many events as a simple way to show what s coming
- Our management has requested the same feature, fixed sidebars. It would help a lot to add call-to-action buttons etc.
- Sounds interesting
Ok, red works for me too, but that’s not the color I need. Please try again with my specific color #EF7C0B. See the difference below (left is text selection, and right is a button with the correct color):
And below you see where I want to enter EF7C0B, but it gets replaced by EF7D0B. Big difference in color as you can see in the screenshot above.
So every element on my site using the primary color is wrong! I don’t understand the added value of these settings if they refrain from using a specific color. I’m not going to change my company color because these theme settings refuse to accept it. Can’t you fix that, or is there something I can modify to get it fixed?
EDIT: First screenshot shows “red” in the code, but that’s because I took the screenshot while testing with red first, then back to EF7C0B.
- This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by DavyE.
+3 for for the same header with social media icons on the side.
I do know a similar way of getting it working, though, only it doesn’t sit on the right of the search but in between main menu and search, so it’s not right. You can just add the icon (font version) as a custom link to your main menu.
I’m also interested in a non-fullwidth masonry grid.
Also interesting for the fullwidth masonry would be to enter a max width px of the images so they aren’t stretch too much. Right now, in some browser widths my images (thumbs not more than 320 px or so) are stretched to twice the size or even more. This results in a very blurry and ugly presentation, especially since on that same size there could easily be more columns.
Sounds interesting, but any idea if it could also work without having to click “Load more” and just load automatically when the visitor scrolls to the bottom? Same as on behance.net
There really are hundreds of items, so it would be irritating for the visitor to constantly have to scroll, click “load more” then scroll again, click again, scroll again, … for every 20 or so.
- This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by DavyE.
These are the steps I take:
- 1. In the Advanced Layout Builder I go to Media tab then choose Gallery (icon with 9 squares).
- 2. I click on the newly added Gallery element and click on Add/Edit Gallery to choose my pictures.
- 3. After selecting the pictures I want I click Add to Gallery, then Insert Gallery. Now I will see the list of pictures I selected.
- 4. Before clicking Save I first click on Add/Edit Gallery again and drag the images in the right order before clicking on Insert Gallery and finally choose Save.
- 5. Now lets say I want to add or remove a picture to or from the gallery. I click the Gallery element again. In this pop-up screen I see the pictures in the correct order.
- 6. Then I click on Add/Edit Gallery where I see all added pictures, BUT they are all in random order again. If now I click Insert Gallery to save it, the random order overwrites my chosen order. So I must again reorder all of my pictures.
EDIT: Seems like the ol tag doesn’t show numbers so I added the numbers manually.
This is supposed to work with the Enfold Portfolio grid and/or Fullwidth Masonry?
I’m sorry, but I can’t get it to work. I don’t understand how or what exactly.
Installed the plugin (your first link), checked the Infinite Scroll Options and changed “Content Selector” to #main. Rest I left the way it was.
Anyway, I don’t want to bother you guys with this stupid issue any longer. It’s up to the author to fix it or I’m looking for a new one.
Thank you very much for taking the effort to give me your feedback on this.
I was wondering the same thing when the author explained that to me, but I’m no expert in these things so I can’t find out myself. This is what the author explained:
The theme that you are using is using a smooth scroll plugin which animated the scrolling of anchor links within your page. This is causing the conflict with cookieinfo’s more info link since it has is a anchor link and since the code for cookieinfo is added to the bottom of the html document, it is scrolling down to that position. The debugger error has nothing to do with the scrolling issue.
I know there are free plugins, but the whole reason I buy premium items is that I could ensure premium quality. What if a free plugin stops being updated when WP updates? Premium files on Envato usually are of premium quality and make sure they stay compatible. How disappointing and frustrating this is.
It’s really a shame to hear as it basically means I’ve wasted money.
But you are totally right. I’ve tried many plugins in combination with Enfold, many way more complex than this Cookie plugin. If those complex plugins can run without conflicts, this one should too. I’ll contact the author again to see if he is willing to correct it. If not, then I guess someone is getting a lower rating on Envato. :(
Thanks for the info, Devin.
I’m very enthusiastic about the new Masonry option, but also a bit disappointed by certain limitations. For example:
- The Masonry Gallery doesn’t seem to allow me to use thumbnails for the grid overview. In my case, where they click to view high quality jpgs, this means they load in a bunch of way too big pictures in the overview. The Media Gallery does have this option, making me wonder why this wasn’t implemented here.
- It would have been nice to set our own link to the items, for example link an item to a page, image, file (like PDF) or manual link.
- A “Load more” button instead of automatic loading when the visitor scrolls down.
I’d love for the header to be a bit more modern. I’d like the header to act like http://disqus.com/community/ or https://www.uservoice.com/stories/. Where on scroll it goes white and is backed by a background image.
I definitely agree with this, not digging the header options too much.
I would also like some lightbox effects for buttons and contact forms. It would really aid in the process of lead generation.
I totally agree with this too!October 21, 2013 at 11:46 am in reply to: Stretching header menu to fullwidth instead of 1210px #178360
That’s basically the same as what I had tried. Yet for some reason it does work on my live site, but not on my test site.
Thanks for the assistance.October 21, 2013 at 9:10 am in reply to: Stretching header menu to fullwidth instead of 1210px #178324
Sorry, that’s not really what I meant. I’m trying to get the logo align to the left of the browser and the menu to the right of the browser. Similar to this: http://goo.gl/PPwK5h
I would love to add video to the fullscreen slider, instead of just images.
- Animated numbers/charts (even if it’s just like on the Kriesi homepage, right above the big twitter and facebook buttons).
- A nice integrated language selector for WPML in the main menu, similar to the search in the menu.
- This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by DavyE.
Based on a question by pcschool: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/slide-out-mobile-menu-with-click-and-show-submenu/#post-171122
It would be really nice to make the mobile menu slide out only the top menu first, then when pressing a top menu item the submenu opens. This way the visitor has a nice overview of the main menu just like desktop visitors do. Imagine opening a site on your desktop with all submenus already open, how chaotic would that be? So if that would be chaotic, it’s even more chaotic on a small screen.October 4, 2013 at 5:28 pm in reply to: Change color of 'white' mouseover on portfolio grid items #170518
Of course you can, here’s the link: http://codecanyon.net/item/cookie-info-wp-cookie-law-compliance-script/4961749