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@Jack Tummers thanks for the feedback.  It's not the first comment I've gotten about the music; I plan on removing it when I get a chance.

1 year, 4 months ago on Doppelgänger Bar

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@jGregory Yes, thank you.  I will most likely add options for added font control.  I'm not sure most people would need options for things like width, margin and padding though.  These things are very quick and simple css tweaks and I don't want to clutter up the UI with options that most people won't use.  I defer to the users though - if the people want it, I'll consider it!

1 year, 4 months ago on Sidekick

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@jGregory thanks for the feedback.  Can you elaborate on what you mean by css access?

1 year, 4 months ago on Sidekick

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@jcooper thanks for the request, I may add this in a future release.

1 year, 4 months ago on Sidekick

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 @John Hibbs just deployed v1.0.5 which separates the add search option for each mode!

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Draven in your case, this is due to some CSS that is being applied by your ARVE plugin giving the video's containing div a higher z-index (5000) than Hero Nav (1050).  You simply need to add a new rule to change the z-index on the .arve-embed-container iframe to give it a z-index less than 1050.

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Draven it's hard to say without seeing it.  What browser (+version) are you using? Is there a live page somewhere you can show me the problem you're having?  I'd be happy to take a look.

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Draven this has to due with how you youtube video is embedded, not the section.  I'm not sure how you're embedding it, but you need to make sure the iframe has the wmode="transparent" attribute.  If you're copying your embed code directly from youtube, this attribute is not included.  Depending on where you're putting the video, you could use the [pl_video id="your-youtube-id"] shortcode.  This is a handy way to do it as it not only includes this important attribute, but embeds the video responsively by default (although you can also specify width and height if you want too.).

Hope that helps!

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@John Hibbs @evanmattson @Draven @imagineutopia @TCoGw Ah, of course.  I'll add that shortly.

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Draven @imagineutopia @TCoGw Hey guys, just wanted to give you a heads up - v1.0.4 was just deployed which has the new option to enable the fixed navigation mode!  Let me know what you think!

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Draven ah, so you mean at the top, on the same line where the show/hide toggle button is on?

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Draven on the right? how so? the menu items are full-width in the mobile view.  I'm not sure where you're referring to.

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@imagineutopia @Draven @evanmattson thanks for the input!  I'm planning on adding this feature soon.

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@Clifford P sorry, Code Glow doesn't offer any front-end functionality.

1 year, 5 months ago on Code Glow

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@MundoCaco Hi there,

It's not currently possible to conditionally disable sections.  You could possibly hide them using some device specific CSS by using the free pagelines Browser CSS plugin.  The section would still be loading though, so I realize that's probably not what you want.

Thanks for your support!

1 year, 5 months ago on Section Switchboard

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@TCoGw @evanmattson @Draven I see, thanks for the clarification.  So, similar to the fixed navigtion at the top of this page, correct? I will plan on adding this feature in a future release, although I cannot say how soon. 

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@TCoGw Are you referring to something like the Scroll Spy section? You can see it used as the main navigation on this page: http://demo.pagelines.me/tools/

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@pilpelim Hey there, sorry to hear you're having some trouble getting started.

The easiest way to install the plugin is right through the built-in "Store" page under "PageLines" in wp-admin.  Once there, go to Sections > Top Premium and scroll down to find it in the list.  If you've already purchased the plugin like you mentioned, and you're logged into your PL account within that install, the plugin will not ask you to purchase again - you will just see a button that says "Install".

This is the recommended way to install all PL store products!  If you continue to have trouble, please open a thread on the support forum (www.pagelines.com/forum). 

1 year, 5 months ago on Doppelgänger Bar

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@Draven hmm, I never thought of that.  I'm sure it's possible.

If anyone else is interested in this feature, please like Draven's thread!

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@ssstofff The sidebar content is managed the same way you would manage sidebars normally - using widgets.  DGB doesn't use anything else, it doesn't even add any sidebars of it's own.  It simply gives you more control over the sidebars you already have and enhances them with some cool features.  Check out the walkthrough video for it if you haven't already! (You can find it by following the link for the live demo above).

1 year, 5 months ago on Doppelgänger Bar

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@glenneastland nope, DGB only works with sidebars.  I have recently released a new primary navigation section called "Hero Nav" - I may add your suggestion to that as a per-page option to show a different menu.  If you haven't seen that section yet, check it out!

1 year, 5 months ago on Doppelgänger Bar

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@KevinHuemann I 100% agree.  A mistake I won't be making again ;)  The live demo is in the works and coming in the next day or so.  However, I feel like live demos don't do products like this much justice as you can't test the different options which is what makes a section like this so powerful.

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@jgiroux It varies a bit based on the settings you have.  The biggest difference is the dropdown mode: click mode allows you to click to reveal sub-menus while also making those top level links clickable with an automatically added item at the top of it's dropdown menu.
Closed: http://screencast.com/t/C1pClW7WF
Expanded (posts): 
http://screencast.com/t/98OgRSEWag
When set to hover, all dropdowns are shown as expanded (similar to the bootstrap navbar).

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@AlexRyan2 Thanks Alex, much appreciated!

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@John Hibbs Thank you!

1 year, 5 months ago on Hero Nav

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@MundoCaco thank you!  I really appreciate the feedback.  Many of my other products are enhanced by Code Glow as well - such as PageLESS, LESS Developer, and my newest (and probably last LESS-related plugin) LESS Factory!

1 year, 6 months ago on Code Glow

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 @Clifford P Eventual? It was updated the same day! :)

1 year, 8 months ago on Grid Shortcodes

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 @Clifford P version 1.2 has just been deployed.

 

Keep an eye out for the update.  It's everything I explained with a little difference in the naming scheme using an underscore and letter rather than a dash and a number.  The description above has been updated though, so everything is there in the instructions.

1 year, 8 months ago on Grid Shortcodes

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 @Clifford P Hey Clifford,

After looking into this some more I found that this is actually a limitation of the wordpress shortcode parser.  

See here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Shortcode_API#Nested_Shortcodes

 

Basically, when a shortcode has other shortcodes inside it with the same name, it can't correctly match the right closing shortcode to the right opening one.

 

That is why things were breaking for you.  The first [row] was being cut off prematurely with the closing [/row] following your closing span12 (in your first paste).

 

This is a big bummer for Grid Shortcodes, and something I was not aware of before writing the plugin.

 

As much as I'd like to go and write a custom shortcode parser for this plugin - it's a free product.  As it is, it will apparently be limited to less complex grids for now.  

 

The only solution is to make the shortcode tag names unique by nesting level - which is actually a lot easier for the author to keep track of too with more complex grids.

ie:

[row]

[span3][/span3]

[span6]

[row-1]

[span12 pad="well"]

text here [pl_button type="important" link="" target="blank"]button text here[/pl_button]

[/span12]

[/row-1]

[/span6]

[span3][/span3]

[/row]

 

You can write your shortcodes like this and they won't be messed up by auto paragraphs too :)  (they don't need to be all on one line)

 

So, being the only solution - I will release an update soon :)

 

Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

1 year, 8 months ago on Grid Shortcodes

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 @Clifford P Hey Clifford, glad to hear you're finding it useful!

 

To add a class to the row element (including spanX), simply use the class attribute, like so: [row class="well"].

 

You can add multiple classes this way if you so desire, just separate them with spaces.  The pad shortcode attribute is for assigning classes to the generated wrapper div that is possible with the spanX tags.

 

All the shortcodes accept id attributes as well.  I will make this more in the description above as it's kind of hidden at the bottom there.

1 year, 8 months ago on Grid Shortcodes

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 @SuzyCakes Hi Suzy!

 

The compiled output from the input above should be showing up there.  Your input code is saving, but you can't see the compiled output or you can't see either one?

 

You should see something like this: http://screencast.com/t/4r4uf3o6

 

A few things to consider:  

1) it doesn't happen in real time, you need to update the post by clicking "Save Meta Settings" or "Publish"/"Update"  to see the output reflected there,

2) there needs to be some title or content for the post or WP won't fire the actions that PageLESS hooks into to compile and save the code as it doesn't think there is anything to save.

 

If you're interested in the compiled output, you'll love my upcoming product which is like this functionality on steriods :)

 

Hope that helps!

1 year, 9 months ago on Page{LESS}

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 @Spirulina Thanks! Glad to hear it! :)

1 year, 11 months ago on Code Glow

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