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To be more specific if I want to add an external link to the forum is not possible

Guys,

In the testimonials section, I got this message “Warning: extract() expects parameter 1 to be array, string given in /homepages/0/d502708663/htdocs/wp-content/themes/nervaq/theme/php/PeTheme/ShortCode/PeThemeShortcodeNervaqTestimonials.php on line 33”

I don’t know where the problem is from; Can you help me, please.

I’m considering your template for purchase. I have a question: Is it possible to have a locally hosted video instead of youtube? If so, how would we do that? What formats are accepted?

Thanks

G10v3
G10v3 Author

Hi pbarney, it’s possible with an HTML5 video player like http://www.videojs.com/, but there are a lot of them. On videojs website you’ll find a extensive documentation on how to set it up. Formats accepted are, as far as I know, .mp4 .webm and .ogg.

Okay, for everyone concerned about the strange visual artifacts when viewing on Safari for Mac, I have a solution.

The problem is with the jquery.appear plugin when it uses either the “flipInX” or “flipInY” animations. The “fadeInUp” animation works just fine.

So here is a solution that adjusts the animations if the viewer is using Safari for Mac:

In js/nervaq.js, add the following starting at line 59:

/* shut down flipInY and flipInX animations for Safari on Mac */ if (navigator.platform.toUpperCase().indexOf('MAC')>=0 && navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Safari') != -1 && navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Chrome') == -1) { $('.animated').data('animation','fadeInUp'); }

That will fix the problem. In case you’re wondering why I’ve included a line for Chrome, Chrome’s useragent string includes the word “Safari”, so we have to explicitly ignore it.

G10v3
G10v3 Author

Hi pbarney, thank you very much for your perfect solution! :)

pbarney

Glad to be of assistance! Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do to help.

Hello pbarney I tried your code, it works fine. Tested with Safari 8.

Thanks so much

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