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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by andyp » Wed Mar 18, 2015 8:11 pm

Just to say to Patrik.... having read these last posts.... you are a great guy for helping people out... :)
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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Wed Mar 18, 2015 8:31 pm

andyp wrote:Just to say to Patrik.... having read these last posts.... you are a great guy for helping people out... :)
Thank you, I appreciate it :)

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by andyp » Wed Mar 18, 2015 10:41 pm

We appreciate your efforts :)
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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by andyp » Thu Mar 19, 2015 6:38 pm

Hi Patrik...

On the subject of the text shadow... which once had the ability to disable... and now the only way to hide the text shadow is to set it to the same colour background....

What actually happens with this is that the shadow (set to the the same background colour) still shows when the hover function is used..

Meaning... black text on white backgound... set shadow to white to loose the shadow effect... have a different colour for hover....as you would... white set shadow is seen on hover

Is there any way around this because personally I am not at all keen on using shadow effects on text.....

Thanks

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Thu Mar 19, 2015 7:55 pm

Hello, Ok for now use this: Put in an HTML box and pick the type Between <head></head> tag and past in this code:

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<style>
.rmm.custom .rmm-toggled-title, .rmm.custom .rmm-main-list li a, #current_yes a
{
text-shadow: none !important;
}
</style>

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Thu Mar 19, 2015 10:23 pm

Hello, i have updated the Extension. Now you can choose not to show text shadows. I added a setting in: Properties/Menu/Use text shadow, here you can choose Yes or No. No will remove the text shadow from all texts in the menu. Yes will put it back. It wont mater if you have setup text shadow in the other settings, this option (No) will override them. If you set it to Yes the text shadow settings you have setup for the texts will be in effect again.

Download: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/318 ... e_menu.rar

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by andyp » Thu Mar 19, 2015 10:38 pm

Patrik... you are an absolute star... thank you!

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by ddaugherty » Tue Mar 24, 2015 2:05 am

Installed your responsive menu. Seems really nice. Two questions:
1) Is there any instructions for the menu extension?

2) How do you re-position the menu to another location besides the very top of the page?

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Tue Mar 24, 2015 11:26 am

ddaugherty wrote:Installed your responsive menu. Seems really nice. Two questions:
1) Is there any instructions for the menu extension?

2) How do you re-position the menu to another location besides the very top of the page?

No instructions, exepte the remarks in the Extension Descriptions.

You cant.

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Tue Mar 24, 2015 5:34 pm

Hello, you can place the menu down from top with this code:

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<style>
.rmm
{
top: 298px;
}
</style>
Just make an HTMl box/object and place the code between <head></head> tags. And change the top px (298px) value.

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Wed Mar 25, 2015 6:02 pm

New update (version 1.0.0.5), now you can set position (from top) for the menu.

Download: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/318 ... e_menu.rar

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by kenderuiter » Thu Apr 09, 2015 8:26 pm

I am sorry for being totally new to responsive design in general and the responsive drop down menu in particular so maybe this is a stupid question...
...but i tested the responsive drop down menu function on my Samsung sgs4 mobile phone and up till now it doesn't seem to work (meaning i do not get the 'hamburger' menu button so basically it looks like it does not switch to the 320 breakpoint definition). If I change the size of my webbrowser on my pc however, the menu works just fine

For reference, I stored my testpage on www.we-nail-it.nl/new

I would be much obliged if someone could tell me what i am doing wrong here

Kind regards,
Ken de Ruiter

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Thu Apr 09, 2015 10:43 pm

kenderuiter. You have posted this in the wrong place. This is not the WWB Responsive menu. This is my own Responsive menu. You should post this here: viewforum.php?f=29
Or if you want to report a bug then post here: viewforum.php?f=24
I have alredy reported the bug that i cant see the Hamburger button.
If you want to try out my Extension then you can download it from here: viewtopic.php?f=42&t=65322

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by TrevH » Wed Apr 15, 2015 9:32 am

Hi patrik,

Firstly, a big thank you for making such a superb extension it works really well, and you have done an excellent and impressive job.

I haven't a clue in terms of developing extensions, but I would like to ask whether you'd consider it possible to add drop down sub menus to the extension, and style features for borders (with thickness / color / radius) maybe add gradients in the backgrounds of the navbar...

By the way, I wouldn't mind paying for the extra features... I've been looking for something that can make responsive menus like a well known responsive template design program that I previously used, and yours comes very close to their levels of versatility.

Many thanks...

Trev :D

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Re: Responsive Menu Extension

Post by Patrik iden » Wed Apr 15, 2015 1:45 pm

TrevH wrote:Hi patrik,

Firstly, a big thank you for making such a superb extension it works really well, and you have done an excellent and impressive job.

I haven't a clue in terms of developing extensions, but I would like to ask whether you'd consider it possible to add drop down sub menus to the extension, and style features for borders (with thickness / color / radius) maybe add gradients in the backgrounds of the navbar...

By the way, I wouldn't mind paying for the extra features... I've been looking for something that can make responsive menus like a well known responsive template design program that I previously used, and yours comes very close to their levels of versatility.

Many thanks...

Trev :D
Thank you. I plan to make this, but right now i do not have the time. Maybe i will upgrade step by step and add some things like gradients and border settings as i go along.

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