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  • #21200

    Hi there,

    I already turn off the jquery and put some custom css – like this case http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/disable-mouse-hover-actions-on-product-images

    It’s work fine, but I found an issue:

    When I hover on product image (I look on my browser source), it’s effect a jquery that tell style=”height:auto;”

    This is make me can’t click on the product, and I must double click on product image to open the product

    If you don’t understand what I explained, please go here : http://markandhans.com/product-category/women

    Try to click on product (JUST 1 CLICK), you will get no response. Then try to click other product, and there is nothing happen.

    Don’t get it? Okay, now try to do this

    1. Click on the image of product once (just once click)

    2. Then click again on the same product image (this make you able to go inside the product details page)

    3. So this is a bug for me, the user must click twice to open the product details

    NOTES

    I already turn off the jquery from avia.js

    Code:
    //activates the hover effect for image links
    //if(jQuery.fn.avia_activate_hover_effect)
    //jQuery(container).avia_activate_hover_effect();

    PLEAASE HELP !

    #110957

    Hi GravitatioN,

    I’m not having any issues single clicking on a product at your link. Changing the height does nothing to prevent the url from being selected by the users.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #110958

    Are you using google chrome?

    please try it with google chrome, I tried it with mozilla it’s work fine

    #110959

    Yes, I checked with Chrome, Firefox and IE all running the most recent stable versions.

    #110960

    Strange. It’s still bug in my chrome

    How to disable the height attribute when hover?

    #110961

    I’m not sure I understand what you mean. The height attribute starts out as auto and then changes to a specific amount. Not the other way around. Either way the height shouldn’t have any effect on the inside contents links.

    You can force however with:

    #top.woocommerce-page ul.products .product {
    height: auto !important;
    }

    Regards,

    Devin

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