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simonbouchard says

I love you.

NO, it’s me that you love!!!!

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simonbouchard says

Si tu as besoin du code pour le loop, just ask.

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simonbouchard says

Tu peux simplement te créer un array “list-item” et dans le champ “settings” tu y glisse tes options.

http://pastebin.com/sK4c6gMG
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simonbouchard says

So, guys.. themeforest is your only source of income? You earn nearly 10k? And you’re saying that you manage to forget to withdraw your hard earned 10k from THE ONLY source of income? Then how do you even remember that you have to pay taxes or have a family to support? I cannot even imagine.. is it really that hard to spare few minutes and check if you requested a payout? I guess, I could understand if TF would be your only part-time money maker, but..

Yes it is, I did the error twice. Had to borrow money from the bank. Sometimes, we just don’t see the days passing through:

“We’re in september, are we ?”
“No, it’s already october 2… babe.”
“WHAT #!@?”

Yep.

Oh I forgot to eat, sometimes…

Yep…

+1 for this feature, please!

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simonbouchard says

Adding -webkit-font-smoothing:antialiased; to the content area fixed this issue. It was happening only in Chrome on Mac.. Windows was fine :/

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simonbouchard says

I have recorded a video, it’s easier to watch than explain what is going on. Take a look at any text while a slider is sliding within FlexSlider. Watch closely. Can anyone tell me what the hell is that ?

It only act like that in Google Chrome with or without web fonts.

Video : https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1699200/tmp/2012-09-19.mov (33MB)

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simonbouchard says

The HTML5 audio player would be on that page, not loaded via AJAX . Everything else would need to be loaded, though. Here’s something that might help you better understand the idea: http://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/81-ajaxing-a-wordpress-theme/

Thanks! That helped a lot :)

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simonbouchard says

jQuery’s .load().

So the topbar is loaded via AJAX but when visitors navigate through the website, everything will refresh and so the background music… I need a static div sitting on top of everything, acting like a iframe… don’t know how to achieve this with jquery.load :/

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simonbouchard says

Hey Simon, Well you’d definitely need to load in content via AJAX – is that the issue or … ?

Yes, via AJAX but how, is there something already built for this kind of scenario ? The site i’m building is actually based on this theme : http://themeforest.net/item/wowway-interactive-responsive-portfolio-theme/2374321

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simonbouchard says

Hello,

I want to add background music to a website using a HTML5 audio player, placing it like a top bar on top of everything and I want to keep the music playing while people navigate through the website.

I don’t know how to proceed, I saw this already a while ago and can’t remember how it’s done…

Anyone ?

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