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  • A alexandre

    @chrsgrbr great to hear. but unfortunately this isn't an option for me since I have about 80 to 90 pages and projects I would then have to work on individually :/

    thanx, @chrsgrbr! you too!

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  • A alexandre

    @chrsgrbr yeah same here. try to work around and figured this had nothing to do with me :D

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  • A alexandre

    hey there.

    after i updated to 4.1.6 (05.02.2022) i noticed an issue wie the (in my case) left frame as shown in the images.

    Bildschirmfoto 2022-02-06 um 13.06.34.jpg — here's 2% frame (left)

    Bildschirmfoto 2022-02-06 um 13.06.40.jpg — here the elements reach the website's border despite the 2% frame setting

    Bildschirmfoto 2022-02-06 um 13.17.45.jpg — this is the same element on a different page: here only the line is displaced, the project thumbnail element is correctly placed

    this is not only happening with the project thumbnail element but with regular text or site titles as well. interestingly it doesn't happen all the time as you can see in the screenshots and doesn't effect only specific elements. it happens randomly.

    i was able to recreate this bug on a clean-install of lay theme without any custom css tho..

    the site is life: https://allcitiesarebeautiful.com/ci-demi-istanbul/ — scroll down to the end

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  • A alexandre

    hey there,

    thanx so much for your work on lay theme! this was exactly what i was looking for :)

    here's what i have been building with it: allcitiesarebeautiful.com

    cheers,
    Alexandre

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  • A alexandre

    Hey guys,

    Through your Forum I've found this HTML5 audio player (see screenshot) i want to use inside one of my "Projects" posts. Where do I insert the three different codes? To my understanding it is HTML, CSS and Java.

    Once implemented, will it then be placable inside a individual post?

    Thanx a lot for your help!
    Alexandre

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  • A alexandre

    Hey @mariusjopen

    I did test it in Chrome and Safari and both don't execute it.

    Thanx,
    Alexandre

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  • A alexandre

    Hey @mariusjopen

    Ah thanx a lot. Unfortunately the script doesn't seem to work. Clicking the button resolves in an instant switch to its assigned destination without any scroll animation..

    this is the script i used:

    <script>
    jQuery(document).on("click", "a[href*=#]", function(e){
    e.preventDefault();
    var targetId = jQuery(this).attr("href");
    jQuery('html, body').animate({
    scrollTop: jQuery(targetId).offset().top,
    },
    {
    duration: 2000,
    easing: "easeOutSine"
    });
    });
    </script>

    Cheers,
    Alexandre

    0_1562701168365_Bildschirmfoto 2019-07-09 um 21.38.26.png

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  • A alexandre

    Hey guys,

    Could you provide a script for the same "scroll up" animation used with the "back to top button" only in reversed direction? I want to add a "skip" button that uses the same "scroll" animation. I tried what you've posted in this thread (Oct 11, 2016) but it doesn't work properly. I've implemented ID and links but when I click the "skip" button it quickly skips over to the target and then back up again. It doesn't stay on the target location. Also, did I place the script in the right place (See attached photo) and is this still the right script? Haven't found a new thread.

    Thanx a lot and kind regards,
    Alexandre

    0_1562419751278_Bildschirmfoto 2019-07-06 um 15.26.48.png

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  • A alexandre

    Allright. So 12 mb is working fine.

    Could it be that there is some issue with the coded used? I managed to upload a file using the mpeg4 codec instead of the h.264 (x264) codec and had no issues.. the file was 21 mb in size.

    Cheers,
    A

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