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  • leooo leooo

    Yea exactly. When I go back the scroll position is on top again. I tried to deactivate lazy loading and animation when you scroll down. But it didn’t help.
    theschnitt.de is the site. It’s down though this moment. I am not happy with the host. Dreamhost. What do you guys use?

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  • leooo leooo

    it seemed to work for a while now, is it broken again for some of you as well?

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  • leooo leooo

    thx! that would be great, because i will be adding projects more and more and have everything on one site. so when you go back and want to go to the next project thats helpful!

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  • leooo leooo

    Hi there
    What can I do to achieve that the scroll position of my previous site is saved so if I go back again the website is at the same height as before.
    My site is theschnitt.com and always when i go back my site jumps to the top and reload everything.

    On this site of a friend it is done exactly like I want.

    Thanks a lot for the help!!!

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  • leooo leooo

    hey guys,
    anyone knows the css i would have to use to make a menu like described?
    Also its weird at the moment if I set the space to top value to % and to 90 it doest appears to sit in the last 10% of the page.

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  • leooo leooo

    hey peeps.
    i know there is a whole science behind it, but ill ask anyways. which settings influence google to index the site.
    weirdly enough when i was still working on my site on a dreamhoster subdomain it appeared on google just after one day of working on it.
    now that i registered a domain (theschnitt.de) it doesnt appear at all. i oviously have the option to discourage search engines to index my page unchecked.
    before if you would type in my name leonardo franke and editor my WIP page would appear on google. now only a professional profile of mine but not my actual website.

    i wonder if its because its not on https? might google try to fade out websites without it?

    anyone any guess?

    thanks a lot
    leo

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  • leooo leooo

    hi guys.
    thanks for the constant updates!

    the search function is great. my favourite behaviour would be that I type in something and the items just change in my actual design like they do now in the search page. or maybe even that the items which dont apply grey out or something.

    something what would be similar to the search function would be a tag based view of all the projects.
    instead of having different categories and having to show them separately I could imaging a start page with all the projects. If I click on a tag (in my case e.g. fiction films) everything else but fiction films goes out of the overview. if i click on "commercial" only the commercials show. or if i have both clicked, both project tags show. and then i could basically appy loads of other stuff. like year, medium, etc.

    still one of my feature request would be to see the actual background color i set in my own css also in the gridder. so white fonts dont "dissappear" in the preview phase.

    thanks a lot!

    bye

    leo

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  • leooo leooo

    @mariusjopen
    hey hey, found the solution in the end:
    i had to deactivate this in the dreamhost domain settings:
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    then everything was accessible again, even the activated license of my old installation that i forgot to deactivate and couldnt anymore because i closed the old domain.

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  • leooo leooo

    @mariusjopen Yes I did with one click. , but now I think I will try to copy it kind of manually. Always when I tried to copy the database it messes it up

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