Posts by: juergen

Posts: 1395
Post: 11042
Topic: Refactored version 1.1 available on GitHub

I made a fork of the plugin that adresses the missing possibility to log in and adds a few features.

get version 1.1 from GitHub


Site, If you're still reading along: Please feel free to update the plugin here with my version.

1 year ago
Post: 11041
Topic: Javascript in templates

$page->head_js[] = rawurldecode($page->theme_path).'/script.js';

is the safest route to go because it will even cope with theme folder names containing spaces and/or special characters.

AFAIK, $addonRelativeCode will only be availabe inside plugin hooks, which may be part of themes, but most themes don't implement such.

Once a theme uses plugin hooks, such as the getHead hook, you can add custom js and css via this hook using $addonRelativeCode.
E.g. Theme Cajón uses advanced techniques in this regard and makes use of several plugin hooks.

1 year ago
Post: 11035
Topic: Ckeditor problem

What i was looking for is how the installation of ckeditor  alone without pressing update can gray out ckeditor.

Can't find anything either, sorry.

1 year ago
Post: 11034
Topic: Blogstrap - resonsive dropdwon

The dark templates are no longer  'in'

Maybe, Cajón has a live switch for that in the Theme Options in the Admin Top Bar (a few lines of css will also change it).
But of course it's a matter of taste.

Another idea is a material-light theme…

Have you seen Bootswatch4 Scss*/material? Its quite there.

Edited: 1 year ago
Post: 11031
Topic: Blogstrap - resonsive dropdwon

I think i will make instead a bootstrap sidebar at the left for handy users.

You have a lot of content. Bootstrap navbars aren't too well suited for 3+ menu levels.
Have you tried the Cajón theme? I made it for such cases and it handles deeply nested menu levels quite well.

edit: On the other hand, Cajón doesn't let one access heading menu pages, so it would need some hacks in your case.


Edited: 1 year ago
Post: 11030
Topic: Blogstrap - resonsive dropdwon

Do You have  a special tool that You saw the .nav4 > li:first-child {   opacity: 0; }  so quick. ?  In my custom.css are a lot of superfluous disturbing stylings with buttons and backgrounds etc. which i should delete.

Nothing special, only the browser's inspector. But it wasn't exactly easy to spot ;)

1 year ago
Post: 11029
Topic: Ckeditor problem
Anything in the JS console?
1 year ago
Post: 11028
Topic: Ckeditor problem

Is this the only file where information about installations is stored ?

AFAIK no yes.

Sounds as if FA5 is to blame. Have you tried to uninstall it?

Edited: 1 year ago
Post: 11025
Topic: Cannot copy or delete sections, too many sections?

Can be both the server and the browser, see this post on stackoverflow

Could also be sth. different though

1 year ago
Post: 11023
Topic: Blogstrap - resonsive dropdwon

I see a secondary menu present in the navbar (probably a leftover version of the main menu), which is made entirley transparent by this css rule:

.nav4 > li:first-child {
  opacity: 0;

This menu is still consuming space and thus messes with the mobile dropdown navigation.
If you don't need it, just remove it using Layout Editor*.

Furthermore I'd remove all the inline styles such als floats and positioning because they cannot be overridden by Bootstrap's menu handling css/js, unless !important is used (which Bootstrap actually does, but only in some rare cases)

This should at first make the behavior a bit clearer.

edit: * if you cannot remove it, comment out the line $GP_ARRANGE = false; in template.php, but I guess you already have done so.

Edited: 1 year ago


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