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  • in reply to: Padding fix at the bottom of the page #573345

    No effect with the latest code

    in reply to: "Bubble box" on menus and sub-menus #573344

    I mentioned the round corners afterwards, any chance of doing so?
    And, since we are here… :) any chance of having that small “arrow” like on Facebook bubble in black here? http://dns.d.pr/1gfq0/3pViBirF

    in reply to: Padding fix at the bottom of the page #573342

    Added 100px but it is adding space AFTER the social share icons.
    I would like the space after the end of the page (contents) and BEFORE the social share icons.

    in reply to: "Bubble box" on menus and sub-menus #573338

    Sorry Josue,

    I had removed the code as it didn’t work for me. Added again now, can you check pls?
    Would like to add the round effect in the boxes as well.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 2 days ago by  sitesme.
    in reply to: Padding fix at the bottom of the page #573337

    No effect unfortunately.

    in reply to: Padding fix at the bottom of the page #573334

    Hi Josue,

    This seems to move the whole div in all directions. Any way to just move it vertically? Something such as “top padding”?

    in reply to: "Bubble box" on menus and sub-menus #573333

    Thank you Josue,

    But I was not able to see the “bubble” effect where the menu and sub-menus are kind of connected?
    It just moved the sub-menus slightly.

    in reply to: "Bubble box" on menus and sub-menus #573319

    Hi Josue,

    Site in PVT, thanks.

    in reply to: Padding fix at the bottom of the page #573317

    Hi Josue,

    Please check again in PVT

    in reply to: Padding fix at the bottom of the page #572304

    Hi Yigit,

    Please check the link in private. Thank you

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #549573

    Thank you Andy, Ismail and Yigit for your help. Overall it is a great solution in my opinion and it proves that mobiles (at least Safari on iOS) can process the hover effect perfectly fine on the image hotspots at least by tapping instead of hovering obviously.

    The issue with the popup positioning could probably be fixed by adapting the code a bit but it is possible to manually adjust them. I did it successfully in my testing environment. Where can I suggest this to be part of Enfold in the future?

    Many thanks.

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #547596

    Dear Ismael,

    (EDITED):
    I have just tried again and cleared the cache on my mobile device and now I can see the tooltips and they are looking just fine!
    I understand your concerns about the tooltips positioning but I can manually change their position one by one and I am sure this will work fine.

    How can we hide the numbers from the tooltips and also hide the text that is showing below the map? I mean… the text from the tooltips that is being displayed with the numbered bullets? If we hide both, the problem is finally solved :)

    Pls check my private contents below as well

    Thank you

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  sitesme. Reason: Checked again
    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #546288

    Hi Ismael,

    Thank you for reviving this post with a new attempt, however, the CSS code provided did not produce any effect or change on the image hotspots area.

    Regarding the explanations:
    “1.) Mobile devices don’t support hover state so it’s not going to work as it should.”
    I tried this on iPad which uses the same technology as iPhone for example and hover state works fine there!

    2.) There is not enough space to accommodate the tool tip especially when you use long text.
    We have little text and hope the tool tip does note cover the whole screen… hopefully will not…

    If there is a way to override the mobile version on mobile at all costs for the image hotspot?

    Many thanks

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #542419

    It is sad that a great module such as the image hotspot has a totally different behaviour in mobiles from the desktops and there is no flexibility to simply disable the mobile version on mobiles. I can not be 100% sure as I am not a programmer but according to my brief experience this task seems to be quite easy by applying the right CSS code that “overrides” the mobile version.

    I can not agree that this is a “customization of the theme” that is out of your support scope because I am not asking for any changes on the normal theme as it is displayed on desktop. The feature already exists and I do not need any changes. The only quick “fix” I am requesting is to disable the mobile version for the hotspot module and display it exactly as it is show on tablets and desktops, that’s it.

    Can you please try to have Yigit or Josue involved on this just to have a quick look to see if they find a quick workaround this? If they don’t have a solution as well after a quick look, my apologies for the long post and thank you all for trying.

    Thank you.

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #542364

    Hi Andy,

    I am sure Kriesi has valid reasons to show hotspots on mobile and the alternative way to show it is ok for most users but useless for this specific website.

    I tested this on iPad (same touchscreen idea) and it worked perfectly so, all I am asking is the CSS code that changes the hotspots model on smaller screens (i.e. mobile devices). If there is a better way to set a specific resolution to show the mobile version to “trick” the hotspots module I am fine with that! Some sort of condition such as “show hotspots mobile version if width <= 100 pixels”. This way the mobile would display it as the desktop version.

    Is there anyone else from your team (a colleague or even Kriesi) that can step in to make this happen?

    Many thanks.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by  sitesme.
    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #541877

    Hi Andy

    Unfortunately the code provided has just removed the text below the image (the text that should appear in the hotspots on mouse hover).
    Please check the link in private.

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #541030

    Hi Andy,

    I just posted twice as it is unusual to wait more than 48h for a reply. I’ll take that in consideration for the future.

    As for the link provided I believe this is not exactly what I need. I was asking to “disable” the mobile version of the image hotspots altogether and display it as it shows on desktop screens. Is this possible?

    Thank you

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #540370

    Hi there,

    Is there any news about this issue with the image hotspots element?

    After some consideration, and as I can see this seems to be a difficult task, I wonder if there is a way to simply go with option 1 as mentioned on my last post?
    1) Disable the “mobile version” for the image hotspot module and display it in the exact same way as the desktop. This means that instead of showing 8 hotspots in the image and 8 text boxes below the image, it would work in the same way as the desktop does: hover the hotspot and a popup displays the text

    If there is a Quick CSS code for this, much better.

    Many thanks.

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #538161

    Hi Andy,

    Thank you for your help.

    The code provided hid the text on mobile. The text should not be hidden.

    Two possible scenarios if you can help us, for the mobile version of the image hotspot:
    1) Disable the “mobile version” for the image hotspot module and display it in the exact same way as the desktop. This means that instead of showing 8 hotspots in the image and 8 text boxes below the image, it would work in the same way as the desktop does: hover the hotspot and a popup displays the text

    OR, if the above is not possible:

    2) We have the following text next to the image: “Please rollover a city for more details”. Is it possible to replace this text on mobiles only to “refer to key for more information”?

    One or the other would work really.

    Many thanks for your help.

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #538125

    Thank you for your prompt answer Yigit.

    Please find the link in private.

    Thank you

    in reply to: Hide time from blog posts #538117

    Thank you Yigit,

    I quite prefer the solution you gave me and remove the date and time from the sidebar. It is ok as far as the date is displayed on the article itself. Thank you very much for this.

    PS – Pls check my private content below as well.

    in reply to: Hide time from blog posts #537193

    Thank you for the link Elliot.

    Isn’t there a way to use a CSS code to hide the time instead of making changes on the theme files? We use a child theme but still… CSS is much more convenient and easier to revert back the changes in the future if we need to.

    in reply to: Color Section background image on mobile devices #537192

    I understand.

    Thank you Rikard for the clarification.

    in reply to: Color Section background image on mobile devices #536383

    Hi Rikard,

    Please check the link in Private.

    in reply to: Hide time from blog posts #536211

    Hi Basilis,

    Unfortunately the code didn’t work. I still see the date on the side widget of my blog posts.

    in reply to: Image hotspots on mobile devices #536104

    In addition to the above,

    We have the following text next to our image hotspot which is a map:
    “Please rollover a city for more details”.

    This doesn’t make sense on mobile because there is no “rollover” effect.
    Is it possible to change the text above on mobiles one to “refer to key for more information”?

    One shall be replaced by the other basically.

    Thank you

    in reply to: Image icon & Portfolio tweak #533660

    Spot on Andy! :)

    Thanks again for your great help and patience on this one…

    in reply to: Image icon & Portfolio tweak #533649

    Thank you for your patience on this Andy,

    It is harder to explain that I thought, but let me try once again, I am sure it will work now.

    The Ajax Portfolio is FINE and we want to keep it as it is: http://dns.d.pr/1bvjW/4YYLrrvl

    However, after the ajax portfolio opens, the user is (at the moment) able to click on the image and enlarge it to open in a lightbox – I am calling it the “lightbox LINK”: http://dns.d.pr/me4x/2dVzhXWU
    This lightbox LINK is what we would like to remove. In other words: http://dns.d.pr/1kFpe/2XpTUQUA

    I hope this makes it easy to understand.

    Thank you

    in reply to: Image icon & Portfolio tweak #533557

    Hi Andy,

    Unfortunately that is what we already have at the moment “Open a preview of the entry (known as AJAX Portfolio)” – we need to REMOVE the Preview / ajax / lightbox altogether and when someone clicks on the picture nothing should happen, the picture should NOT enlarge.

    Basically… the portfolio item should NOT open in a new page or should NOT open in a lightbox. It is enough to open like this only: http://dns.d.pr/1bvjW/4YYLrrvl

    Any quick CSS to remove the preview of the entry on portfolio items?

    Thank you

    in reply to: Google Maps link to Google Map website or app #533092

    Thank you Ismael,

    I will give a try.

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