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  • ArneRobot

    Hi Marius,

    it seems to work now. I added this code 2 weeks ago and that fixed it. But now it also works without this code. Hmmmm…

    .slug-impressum-datenschutz ._100vh :not(.stack-element) > .col[data-type="text"] {
    position: relative !important;
    }

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  • ArneRobot

    Hello,

    I found a rendering error when I put two text fields side by side in the grid editor. The right text field covers the left one: http://haven.band/wp/impressum-datenschutz

    It seems to have something to do with this CSS:

    ._100vh :not(.stack-element) > .col[data-type="text"] {
    position: absolute !important;
    margin-left: 0 !important;
    z-index: 1;
    }

    When I deactivate "position: absolute" in the FF inspector it is fine. But other pages with Fullscreen Slider activated don't render correctly when I remove "position: absolute" completely from the CSS…

    Thanks and regards,
    Arne

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  • ArneRobot

    Thanks edgrbnz! I got it now:

    <script>
    window.laytheme.on("newpage", function(layoutObj, type, obj){
    jQuery("body").on("click", "#topframe", function(){
    jQuery.fn.fullpage.moveSectionUp(1);
    });
    });
    </script>

    This works for me. I had to add the "1" to jQuery.fn.fullpage.moveSectionUp(1);

    Thanks for the help!

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  • ArneRobot

    Hello Marius.

    I can't really follow you… Is that based on LayTheme? I was specially looking for a LayTheme-solution. Of course I know other scrolling website solutions but since there is a dedicated "moveSectionDown();" in LayTheme, I thought there might be the same for the other direction?

    Cheers, Arne

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  • ArneRobot

    Hello,

    is there a JS-code to move one section up in the fullscreen-slider? Like this code moves one section down:

    jQuery.fn.fullpage.moveSectionDown();

    Thank you, regards
    Arne

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  • ArneRobot

    Hello,

    I was wondering if it is possible to fade out the original image on click on a lightbox image. I would like to resize/enlarge the image and at the same time fade out the original (small) image. Fade it back in when the lighbox is closed…

    http://unionofcrazyshit.de/wp/about

    Is it possible? This is my idea but I can't get this code to work:

    <script>
    jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    jQuery( "#imagefade" ).click(function() {
    jQuery( "#imagefade" ).css( "opacity", "0" );
    });
    });
    </script>

    Thank you and cheers,
    Arne

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  • ArneRobot

    Hello Marius.

    Do you want the login data for my customer's website?

    Cheers, Arne

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  • ArneRobot

    I made a downgrade in my clean test install to WP 4.8.3 and the project descriptions work again. Lay Theme versions: 2.1.2 and 2.3.3.

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  • ArneRobot

    Small update: I am testing on this bug and I am pretty sure that it has to do with the latest WordPress version.

    I installed a testing stage version of my website (no plugins): same problems!

    I made a clean install (just the theme, no plugins) with WP 4.9 with an older Lay Theme (Version: 2.1.2): same problems!

    Cheers, Arne

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  • ArneRobot

    Hello Marius,

    yes, I CAN duplicate a project and I CAN change all info in the gridder. Everything BUT the project descriptions. When I change those and hit "Aktualisieren" (blue WP button) on the page it changes back to the text that was there before.

    I think that it doesn't write my edit to the database anymore but changes back to the text that was saved there before.

    Thank you and regards
    Arne

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