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  • in reply to: Jump Start 2.0 Mobile Side Menu #20148
    mike-se
    Participant

    Yes, that fixed the text link. Thanks Jason.

    in reply to: Partner logos element #20122
    mike-se
    Participant

    Thanks Jason. That did the trick. Works fine now.

    in reply to: Partner logos element #20112
    mike-se
    Participant

    You seem to be right. I reproduced what you’re saying. Bigger logos then, for now.

    in reply to: Partner logos element #20103
    mike-se
    Participant

    I’m using Firefox on Mac but also tried Chrome with the same result. Only have Gravity Forms which I removed, but still same result. The simple slider works just fine, over and over again.

    in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20102
    mike-se
    Participant

    Exactly like that, yes. That would be really great, and useful. As it is now I havent yet met anyone who didn’t ask for some kind of product list view.

    Especially product lists by category, which include product image, product variables, price and add to cart buttons. Customers loose themselves jumping forth and back between single product page and grid.

    As an example I can mention one shop that sells hundreds of different postcards to shops. When customers do a search for say “greeting cards poem” it would be nice to present a list view where they can easily scroll down a list and pick the ones they want, and how many of each.

    in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20092
    mike-se
    Participant

    My bad Jason. I’m guessing there is no list view, yet 😉 It would be awesome to have a WooCommerce products list view option in JS though. Something like this:

    http://www.sureshopress.com/display-product-for-woocommerce/?page_id=178

    The plugin following this link doesn’t seem to be supported anymore. Oddly WooCommerse doesn’t include a products list view by default, what I have seen anyway. I haven’t found any that work well, and the very few ones out there don’t support product variations.

    Like this order form variant: http://orderform-woo.webaware.net.au/example-forms/all-products-on-one-form/

    Just thought it would be nice having different views for WC i JS. That would make the WooCommerce integration outstanding.

    in reply to: Partner logos element #20091
    mike-se
    Participant

    Ok. The video should work now.

    in reply to: Partner logos element #20082
    mike-se
    Participant

    Tried your suggestion but it didn’t work at all unfortunately. I created a quick ScreenFlow where you can see it. The video is only available for you though.

    https://vimeo.com/116639852

    in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20081
    mike-se
    Participant

    Sure. Here’s a link to Woocommerce own documentation about product variations:

    http://docs.woothemes.com/document/product-variations/

    in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20077
    mike-se
    Participant

    Looks fantastic Jason! Will the list view work for variable products – please?

    in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20044
    mike-se
    Participant

    I have received requests for a shopping cart from a few clients. Think it would be great to have that functionality for Jump Start 2.

    in reply to: Portfolios 1.1.0 problem #19669
    mike-se
    Participant

    OK. Great. Thanks!

    in reply to: Alternate featured image post list thumbnails #18833
    mike-se
    Participant

    Thank’s Jason!

    in reply to: Alternate featured image post list thumbnails #18822
    mike-se
    Participant

    Oh, and it’s supposed to be

    else $size = 'tb_medium';

    .

    in reply to: Alternate featured image post list thumbnails #18821
    mike-se
    Participant

    Ok. So this is what I ended up with, and it seems to work. Please let me know if somethings wrong here 😉

    So I wanted to alternate the featured image thumbnails on a custom layout post list view, setting it custom size on a post by post basis – only when the page is_front_page or is_home.

    On all single pages I want it to be a full featured image thumbnail.

    function my_get_thumbnail_size( $size, $location, $sidebar_layout ) {
    
    	$size = get_post_meta( get_the_ID(), '_tb_thumb', true );
    
    	if ( is_front_page() && is_home() && $size == 'hide' ) {
    		$size = null;
    	} else if ( is_front_page() && is_home() && $size == 'full' ) {
    		$location == 'featured' || $sidebar_layout == 'full_width' ? $size = 'tb_large' : $size = 'tb_medium';
    	} else if ( is_front_page() && is_home() && $size == 'small' ) {
    		$size = 'tb_small';
    
    	} else $size = 'tb_large'; {
    
    	}
    	return $size;
    }
    add_filter( 'themeblvd_get_thumbnail_size', 'my_get_thumbnail_size', 10, 3 );
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