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  • in reply to: RTL: Panel element forces left align #24552
    royeyal
    Participant

    Oh man… So much work to make things work in RTL.
    I really do appreciate it.

    in reply to: RTL: Panel element forces left align #24549
    royeyal
    Participant

    Cool. Thanks!

    in reply to: Showcase and link post format bug #24485
    royeyal
    Participant

    Awesome.
    The bug is fixed.
    Thanks! πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Showcase and link post format bug #24463
    royeyal
    Participant

    This is the page: http://setworkconquer.com/articles/.
    But you won’t see it, since I had to use jQuery to fix the double class bug.
    So I used:

    • Link post format
    • Theme Blvd Featured Image Link Override plugin, with “Featured images link to their posts” and “No, do not apply the above override to single posts”
    • Theme Blvd Layout Builder plugin: A page with a custom layout using the Showcase element

    I hope this helps.
    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 9 months ago by royeyal.
    in reply to: Masonry does not support RTL #24445
    royeyal
    Participant

    Awesome! Masonry works now.
    As is the Layout Plugin.

    The Customizer is fixed now as well ever since I’ve updated the Layout Plugin along with the theme.
    The Sidebar would appear blank, but now it works great.

    Also “A boostrap styled alert.”
    Should be bootstrap. Ahem… πŸ™‚

    Also 2: Not that important, but several phrases can’t be translated, such as Bulk, Apply, and several menu items:
    Screen Shot 2015 12 12 at 11 43 31 AM

    Thanks once again

    in reply to: Masonry does not support RTL #24439
    royeyal
    Participant

    I’ve updated the theme. Some issues still linger.

    The code section should be kept at LTR, since code isn’t written in RTL no matter what:
    Screen Shot 2015 12 12 at 2 24 03 AM

    Column section is still a mess, also is the open/close triangle:
    Screen Shot 2015 12 12 at 2 25 45 AM<br />

    The Customize is also broken on RTL (forgot to repost that).

    Masonry isn’t working yet:
    http://setworkconquer.com/articles/

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 9 months ago by royeyal.
    in reply to: Masonry does not support RTL #24432
    royeyal
    Participant

    Images don’t pop out correctly. My fix:

    .has-img-popout .site-inner.full_width .featured-item.popout,
    .has-img-popout .element-section>.element-blog .featured-item.popout,
    .has-img-popout .site-inner.full_width .entry-content .aligncenter.size-full,
    .has-img-popout .site-inner.full_width .entry-content div.aligncenter,
    .has-img-popout .site-inner.full_width .entry-content figure.aligncenter {
        margin: 40px -10% 40px auto;
    }

    My Tab Pills fix:

    .rtl .nav-pills>li+li {
        margin-left: 0;
        margin-right: 2px;
    }
    .rtl .nav-pills>li {
        float: right;
    }

    And other things I’ve mentioned before, such as:

    @media screen and (min-width: 768px) {
        .col-sm-1,
        .col-sm-2,
        .col-sm-3,
        .col-sm-4,
        .col-sm-5,
        .col-sm-6,
        .col-sm-7,
        .col-sm-8,
        .col-sm-9,
        .col-sm-10,
        .col-sm-11,
        .col-sm-12 {
            float: right;
        }
    }

    Thanks!

    in reply to: RTL Bugs and other stuff #24201
    royeyal
    Participant

    Indeed. I’m just sharing my customizations.
    Again, thanks for the support.

    in reply to: RTL Bugs and other stuff #24183
    royeyal
    Participant

    I highly appreciate all your effort addressing each and every of my issues.
    I hope you’ll be able to push these updates soon enough, as I am working on a project these very days.

    4.) Great solution!

    8.) I still think the builder needs a button elements, but I was utterly surprised at the hidden visual editor. It’s just what I’ve been searching for! πŸ™‚

    9.) I do hope you’ll find a solution. I have to use a YouTube video as a full screen background, and I hope I won’t have to deal with this.

    10.) regarding the Revolution Slider scripts, I was looking at you demo site, not my dev site. So, my bad. Sorry.

    3 other things I want to add:

    Stretched Header Style
    I think the default should be that header should match content width, even if stretched. The current default option to have the elements in the header to be always be placed at the browser window’s edge should be an option in my opinion.
    For the project I am working on I had to use this code:

    #branding .wrap {
    	max-width: 1150px;
    }
    .site-header.full-width > .wrap .header-logo,
    .rtl .site-header.full-width > .wrap .header-logo {
    	right: auto;
    	left: auto;
    }

    Having 2 different headers when choosing sticky header
    I don’t understand why the sticky header is different.
    I had to create my own sticky header for this project:

    #top {
    	position: fixed;
    	margin: auto;
    	z-index: 501;
    	width: 100%;
    }
    #custom-main,
    .epic-thumb.fs {
    	padding-top: 87px;
    }

    Button
    I think all .btn classes should default to 1em, and not 11px.

    And that’s it.
    Thanks for everything, and for creating such an awesome framework.

    Cheers

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 10 months ago by royeyal. Reason: typo
    in reply to: Sticky posts? #13911
    royeyal
    Participant

    Hmmm… I’ve using WordPress for years now, and only now I’ve realized all that.

    Thank you for the thorough investigation! πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Sticky posts? #13902
    royeyal
    Participant

    I see.
    Didn’t know that get_posts ignores sticky posts, and using array_merge and array_slice is a bit of an overkill πŸ™‚

    But still – I’m
    and it ignored the sticky posts altogether.

    I’ve found out that, while using “Post List (paginated)” on a layout in the Builder, ticking a parent category, or all relevant categories, failed to use the sticky post. But ticking “All Categories” fixed the problem.

    in reply to: Sticky posts? #13891
    royeyal
    Participant

    Thanks for the lengthy explanation.

    Well, I’m already using a Paginated Post List…

    I’m a bit confused… If the post titled β€œCheap cars can photograph well” is a sticky post, why isn’t it first? It’s the second post on the demo.

    So, how can I program the Paginated Post List element not to ignore sticky posts?
    Should I just use a widget with custom query for those cases?

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Admin RTL issue #13789
    royeyal
    Participant

    Good riddance… πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Admin RTL issue #13764
    royeyal
    Participant

    Great! πŸ™‚

    Don’t forget there’s also a paragraph with inline-CSS inside that div as well.

    Thanks for the quick support.

    in reply to: Move #bottom after #container without messing with footer.php #13683
    royeyal
    Participant

    It always looks simple when you’re handed with an elegant solution. Thank you! πŸ™‚

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