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  • alexbruno

    Thanks for the new Stack Element feature + your excellent user support!

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    @arminunruh

    Ah, awesome! That's good to know. I was thought something was weird when I was adjusting the max-width max-height value and no changes were being made.

    Thanks, I'll be on the lookout for any updates.

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  • alexbruno

    Is there any way to scale a magnetic slide and its contents to 100% viewport height?

    I'm placing HTML5 videos in each slide and they go to 100% width, which leaves lots of space on the top and bottom. It's OK if the left and right sides of the videos are cut off.

    I've been playing with the styling but can't seem to nail down what can make this work.

    Here's a URL to an example page: http://abrudesign.com/beautytest3/videos/

    Any help is appreciated, thanks!

    Thanks!

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  • alexbruno

    I did try editing those CSS values, and it does make a difference in the transition; however something in the JS runs and the intro image disappears before the transition can finish.

    But yes thanks for taking a look, this would be a great feature!

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  • alexbruno

    It'd be nice if we could change the amount of time it takes to fade out the intro image.

    Seems like this is only editable via javascript? I tried changing a few things in Custom CSS but to no avail.

    Thanks thanks!

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  • alexbruno

    @arminunruh This worked wonderfully. Thank you!

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  • alexbruno

    Hi Armin,

    Just noticed this strange error—it must have started very recently. Clearing the cache and disabling plugins don't have an impact.

    Using a CSS transform on .category-link causes the underlying thumbnail to disappear in Chrome and Internet Explorer.

    The following styling was used in "Custom CSS for Desktop Version"

    .category-link {
    -webkit-transform: rotate(-45deg);
    -moz-transform: rotate(-45deg);
    -ms-transform: rotate(-45deg);
    -o-transform: rotate(-45deg);
    transform: rotate(-45deg);
    }

    Chrome Result
    Screenshot 2015-09-08 03.28.42a.png

    Internet Explorer Result
    Screenshot 2015-09-08 03.27.51a.png

    Firefox Result
    Screenshot 2015-09-08 03.26.40.png

    When I remove -webkit-transform, -ms-transform, and transform, the images reappear, but unfortunately the text is no longer rotated.

    This issue seemingly appeared out of nowhere, and of all the browsers to be affected, why IE + Chrome? Firefox and Safari are fine. Weird!

    I'll disable rotation for now, but am eagerly looking for a solution. If I can provide any more information to help please let me know.

    Also—I realize styling issues/bugs may be out of scope for your help—but I wanted to post just in case you do have any ideas or anyone else does. Thanks!

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  • alexbruno

    Sorry for taking so long to reply —

    the fix worked wonderfully!

    Thanks so much for addressing this!

    posted in Installation Problems read more
  • alexbruno

    Updated Lay Theme (along with the default themes) today, and after the update finished, my wordpress install appeared to be broken. Whenever I tried to access the backend or any URL, I got this error:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /home/redacted/public_html/2015A/wp-content/themes/lay/assets/inc/simple-custom-post-order/simple-custom-post-order.php on line 145

    I tried looking for an extra '[' in the simple-custom-post-order.php file but couldn't find it.

    I had FTP access so I found the simple-custom-post-order on wordpress.org and re-installed manually. This fixed the issue!

    Just posting for posterity!

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  • alexbruno

    Hihi!

    I was trying to add an unordered list into a text box (using the Source code edit) like so:

    <ul><li>one</li><li>two</li><li>three</li></ul>

    When I click "OK" it appears in the WYSIWYG window, but then hitting "Done" on that causes the entire box and the text within to disappear from existence. This error occurs on both a new text box and an already-existing text box.

    I experienced this on Windows 7 64, Chrome version 44.0.2403.130 m. Lay Theme v 1.035 and Wordpress v 4.2.4

    Will let you know if I see this in any other browser or on OS X!

    Thank you.

    Edit: also happens on Windows Firefox v37.0 and Mac OS X 10.10.3 Chrome v44.0.2403.130 (64-bit) --

    However this error does not occur on OS X Safari 8.0.5 !

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