Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 18/8/2011)

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Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 18/8/2011)

Post by smartmedia » Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:29 am

A fantastic menu for all of us..

Version 1.3.0.0
Build with 2.6.0 Extension builder
Document type: HTML 4.01 Transitional

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Original Author of the script Mary Lou

Info
http://tympanus.net/codrops/2010/04/30/ ... th-jquery/

Preview
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Futures
Supports 48 or 64 px icons
Change Title - Links, color size
Change the distance between menus
Change background menu color
Change border color - width
Change width of closed menu
Change expansion menu width
Change Icon Top position
Change Menu roundness

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Download is available from Extension manager

Fixes 1.3.0.0
Fixed problem using earlier version of jQuery. Note that requires 1.5.2.jquery.min.js in order to play right.
Added jQuery compatibility fix
Last edited by smartmedia on Thu Aug 18, 2011 8:11 pm, edited 6 times in total.
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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu

Post by gzagone » Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:53 am

Absolutely not true, your work is very nice and helpful, I really appreciate what you do because it's functional and from the point of view of the very nice graphics.
I've seen all your work on your site, and would be very nice that you go on with the creation of extensions for all of your menus and sites. Many Thanks

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu

Post by Reptilicious » Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:11 pm

gzagone wrote:Absolutely not true, your work is very nice and helpful, I really appreciate what you do because it's functional and from the point of view of the very nice graphics.................... Many Thanks
Couldn't say it any better!
Just downloaded your other extension (Beautiful Background Image Navigation). I am redesigning my website, trying out some new things, because I am not sure what I want, and I can't create the extensions myself, so I hope you keep up the good work!!

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu

Post by BaconFries » Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:14 pm

Pfff you really are impatient arnt you, you have only just posted that you are going to make this and aleardy complaing that no one is responding and that your going to not make anymore, you have to remember that not all forum members will be viewing at the same time as yourself as the forum has many users who are on time difference zones...just to let you know one of my extension has had 30,000 views and only 112 comments...and I have never let this stop me....so just because users don say wow yes please , I love this...I cant wait....doesnt mean you have to stop making them

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu

Post by voltagenh » Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:31 pm

BaconFries wrote:Pfff you really are impatient arnt you, you have only just posted that you are going to make this and aleardy complaing that no one is responding and that your going to not make anymore, you have to remember that not all forum members will be viewing at the same time as yourself as the forum has many users who are on time difference zones...just to let you know one of my extension has had 30,000 views and only 112 comments...and I have never let this stop me....so just because users don say wow yes please , I love this...I cant wait....doesnt mean you have to stop making them

id like to add, if your making things just to get a response then i would try art. because you should be making things that are useful to you. and if you wish to share then do so. but dont EXPECT compliment.

But if your doing it just to help people, then just do it for the sheer fact its helpful. not to get praise or response.

Also your not publishing extentions.. or at least not on this post. and publishing code, for a wysiwyg program is kinda useless to most. thats why this section is called self made extentions.

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu

Post by gzagone » Thu Feb 24, 2011 1:06 pm

The thing I most appreciate the forum of WYSIWYG Web Builder is just that there are people like you that help a lot people like me who make websites, but are not programmers and graphics experts, but only thanks to the extensions that can make you realize sites not only beautiful but also fully functional.
Thanks again!

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Released)

Post by me.prosenjeet » Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:05 pm

Well, I as an extension developer do expect a thanks if you are using my extension.
Only reason, it motivates the extension writer.
A small thanks can make the extension developers work on more extensions...so guys we do want more extensions, dont we!
And frankly, there is no harm posting a Thanks if you liked the work...
Though, you cant make people thank you, not all are generous with their thanks :D
and yes, have patience (thats for all extension developers)

Continue the good work smartmedia, thanks no thanks you are doing a great job!

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 24/2/2011)

Post by smartmedia » Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:22 pm

Please download it again... Updated.
2 new options

Change Icon Top position * new *
Change Menu roundness * new *
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Re: Tympanus / Codrops stuff - keep it coming!

Post by amrajadhyaksha » Fri Feb 25, 2011 7:45 pm

Hi,

I run out of superlatives pretty fast
Doesn't mean I run out of appreciation.

You are doing fab work
May your strength endure
Your enthusiasm hold

All the best

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 24/2/2011)

Post by jordan » Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:30 pm

hello smartmedia,

thanks for your index update mail . appreciated . 8) .

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 24/2/2011)

Post by Reptilicious » Thu Aug 18, 2011 2:36 pm

Hi Smartmedia,
I am using a WB photo gallery and it is not working in combination with this menu, even tough the gallery is in front. I asked about it in the Dutch forum and the support thought that this extension might not be compatible with jQuery. Could you let me know if this extension is compatible with jQuery? And if you have a solution?
Thanks in advance!

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 24/2/2011)

Post by smartmedia » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:04 pm

Hi..
Well, it seems that some problems exist.
1) The menu uses 1.5.2.jquery.min.js it doesn't play otherwise. I re-compile the extension.
2) Using the preview from Extension Builder everything running smoothly but when i add the extension to WYSIWYG Builder i found two problems.
i) In extension builder under <HEAD> tag i use the following:

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<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css" type="text/css" media="screen"/>
        <style>
            *{
                margin:0;
                padding:0;
            }
</style>
After adding the extension and exporting the page, the style part of above code is moved in index.css but the last line </style> is missing.
ii) The Title in the extension are use h2 tag. In Extension builder are shown correctly but in WYSIWYG Builder the Links under the Title are placed more down as supposed to be.

I don't know how to overcome this issue. Perhaps someone with more skills then me can help.
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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 18/8/2011)

Post by BaconFries » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:42 pm

Ok I do not want to argue or have another tit for tat with but you maybe can try the following use th css like example1 or just insert the code example 2 at the top of the style.css and save you can also try downloading the jQuery required to make it work and place in a folder of its own this may help stop it conflicting with the jQuery used in most WB objects/extensions
Example1

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<style type="text/css">
*{
margin:0;
padding:0;
}
</style>

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*{
margin:0;
padding:0;
}

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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 18/8/2011)

Post by smartmedia » Thu Aug 18, 2011 7:08 pm

Thanks BF,
Problem solved by adding the

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*{
margin:0;
padding:0;
}
into style.css
I will release it from Extension Manager.
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Re: Rocking and Rolling Rounded Menu (Updated 18/8/2011)

Post by Reptilicious » Fri Aug 19, 2011 12:01 pm

Hi guys,
Thanks for the effort! :) I updated the extension, but the menu is displayed backwards and the popup is still not working as it should. I use the WB Photo gallery, with the following popup propeties: windows: ligh box gallery and type: fancybox. Which should open in the same window with a small textbox beneath the shown photo, but it opens in a new white screen window. Here is an example: http://test.reptilicious.nl/pagina1.html

If I change type to slimbox, it works fine, but I like the fancybox more...
I am a real dummie with these things, if you can find a solution that would be great, but if it takes to much, I just go for another menu!

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