I have a set of images and when I rollover one I’d like to display some text under the image AND also update the text in a div above.
Can anyone recommend a good jQuery plugin for this?
Hi thanks for that. I have posted on the support forum but as of yet no response or acknowledgement which is why I’m trying here.
The link is here http://220.127.116.11/~wwwmarsh/
What I am trying to do is make one of my divs ‘sticky’ (so it stays at the top of the screen when the user scrolls down).
I can see the code in the HTML but for whatever reason it’s not loading properly – I think it must be because I am not calling it correctly from WP?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Hi all I’ve found a few themes whereby the menu sticks to the top of the page when you scroll down.Examples: http://themeforest.net/item/superior-responsive-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/6212921?WT.ac=category_thumb&WT.seg_1=category_thumb&WT.z_author=apollo13 http://themeforest.net/item/dante-responsive-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/6175269?WT.ac=category_thumb&WT.seg_1=category_thumb&WT.z_author=SwiftIdeas http://themeforest.net/item/dobiz-business-and-portfolio-theme/6378344?WT.ac=category_thumb&WT.seg_1=category_thumb&WT.z_author=vamtam
What I’d like to do is create a ‘Special Features’ page which as well as having the main top menu has another menu on it when you scroll down.
Something like http://www.ansarada.com/features
Can anyone recommend any theme or advise how I can integrate this feature into an existing theme? (I’m fine editing WP files / themes)
All good points and I’m glad you guys can understand where I’m coming from as a buyer. It does surprise me how basic the comments section is because you can’t even search, there’s no real consistent FAQ sections for all themes and it’s very frustrating to scroll through.
I’m hoping someone from Envato will actually spot this thread and either put something together or tell us something is in the works – heck, I think more than half the people on here would be able to improve it!
the other point here is that for the buyer, getting fast support is really important, just as much as having a great theme or template, but with support handled on ones own site, the buyer does get a lot faster support turnaround.[/quote]
Good customer support is what will keep people coming back to this site and its themes. Improving the customer support/comments section will encourage a wider range of people to start buying themes because they know they can get help if they get stuck. And it also provides people who have paid their good money for a product get assistance when they need it.
Firstly let me start off by saying there are some brilliantly creative people on here and they have saved me hours and hours of work.
However, I’ve noticed more and more that on the comments sections of themes questions seemed to be answered by ‘thanks for your message for support please login to our forum | send an email to xyz’
I can understand designers may find it easier to manage support requests this way but why do 90% of support requests get answered in this horribly generic way? If you have bought a number of themes (which surely is the point of the website) then it shouldn’t be expected that you have to register on different forums each time for assistance.
Just wondered on your thoughts on this, I think Envato should develop a better system for support requests for its themes. Something which will help both the developer and the buyer.
I’ve tried the above suggestion and it just generates a 500 internal server error.
I’ve had the same problem as a OP and although all common advice advises against using timthumb it’s still VERY annoying not understanding what has caused this problem. I also found an alternative to timthumb but that had pretty much a similar issue, it’s just that I’m not sure how to best debug it.
Thanks for that, it’s only half of what I require though.
What I would like is a plugin where I can make a form and that will give the user an interface linking to a specific table in their database. And using this form/plugin they can manage entries to the table.
So rather than making something like this myself, is there any plugin which can do this?
Hi all, I’ve been trying to find a plugin for WP which allows the client to maintain their own MySQL database. A UI of some sort would be brilliant here, a bit like PHPmyAdmin but from within the WP admin screen.
The idea is the plugin could be used to update/manage certain fields which are important. Would really appreciate it if anyone could point me in the right direction here.