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    Your site is beautiful!

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    After a while Emge Office updated its website. The structure is simple but offers some custom css and code. I hope you like. :)

    www.emgeoffice.com

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    Hi @Richard this is the link: www.emgeoffice.com

    The Javascript is on the front page / Files. Right now it is realised through the +Text—Source code element. You will maybe see that there are some bugs sometimes. It occurs especially on first load of the site.

    To see the issue with +HTML I created this test-page: https://emgeoffice.com/test/
    You can access it using your name as password: Richard

    Thank you so much!

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    Dear @Richard this did not work so far. :/ I am still going with the +Text. The code is there in the inspector if I add +HTML but there is nothing visible for the visitor of the website. Another problem is that the Javascript is somehow doubling, invisible though, if I add it that way.

    I guess all the problems are related to the fact that there are too many nested classes and containers if I add regular HTML. I can see it in the inspector. It is from 'gridder' to 'column' etc.

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    I observed something strange or maybe it is because I am doing something wrong.

    For some custom Javascript I added custom HTML to one page of my website. When trying to do this via +HTML I will not see it on the website but I can inspect it with Chrome though.

    So I added it via +Text—Source code and then it works. It is producing some glitches from time to time which could also be related to 'newpageshown' which might not work every time I am resizing the browser window.

    Does anybody know how I can make the HTML work the regular way? I want to see if Javascript works a bit more reliable then.

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    Hi Paul, sounds like this could work if you are using a thumbnail grid. Some custom tweaks should help make it work.

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    You could possibly do this in CSS if you know the name of the column elements. You would set margins on the left or right side using numbers in pixels or percentage.

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    I had the same problem. I found a solution: You should not add the cart-page to the mobile menu. Instead the mobile menu should stay empty as the cart icon is displayed on mobile anyways. The only way I found to disable the mobile cart icon is to remove the sidecart plugin.

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  • emgeoffice emgeoffice

    The recent update of carousel fixed it for me. Thanks for your help @Richard!

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