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  1. Thread: CSS Styling

    by Mikey
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    1. div#product_list_inner 2. ...

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    div#product_list_inner


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    .prd-cell-action span.prti a
  2. +1 As well as the swipe which would be a...

    +1

    As well as the swipe which would be a welcome addition, the current zoom requires you to keep your finger on the screen, which of course can obscure the image.



    +1 again!!

    Slide-out...
  3. This was announced in the Christmas newsletter...

    This was announced in the Christmas newsletter and it stated it was scheduled for Q1. Obviously this has now been and gone, so I enquired with support this morning with regard to an ETA - I got a...
  4. Usually the problem is due to iframes loading...

    Usually the problem is due to iframes loading after the initial page has rendered causing a content to shift/reflow. On the product page the social media share buttons are iframes, so try switching...
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    Hi Michelle, It's very easy to do!! Basically...

    Hi Michelle,

    It's very easy to do!! Basically you just need to copy & paste some code, then just add your Google merchant ID to it - instructions are here:...
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    Unfortunately Google have intended this behaviour...

    Unfortunately Google have intended this behaviour by design for whatever reason?!:eek: And because it is an iFrame, you have zero control overriding this.

    A hacky way of getting around it would...
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    When you create a new block it's assigned it own...

    When you create a new block it's assigned it own unique HTML I.D that you can then target via CSS. So to find this out, go into 'Block Editor' > 'Properties' and scroll down to 'Variable for HTML' -...
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    Hi Tom, This depends on how your template is...

    Hi Tom,

    This depends on how your template is set-up or more specifically the width it is set to, so in order to have full-width sections on your website your template will need to be set globally...
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    Lol no worries, nice easy one to be fair!!:cool:

    Lol no worries, nice easy one to be fair!!:cool:
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    This will be the line here that turns off the...

    This will be the line here that turns off the columns once the screen width falls below 1024 pixels:



    #left, #right {display: none;}


    Either simply delete it or wrap it in comment tags so...
  11. Maybe raise the issue with support via a...

    Maybe raise the issue with support via a call/email as that definitely doesn't sound right!!:confused:
  12. With reference to the above, I came across this...

    With reference to the above, I came across this site today which handles it in the manner I suggested which IMO gives a the user a really good UX (especially as it keeps the other thumbnails below...
  13. No Worries - glad it's working!!:cool: In...

    No Worries - glad it's working!!:cool:



    In theory yes, but unlike the above which is one instance on one page, it would take a lot of faffing around to achieve and maintain. If you REALLY want...
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    If you've got a live example you can post/PM a...

    If you've got a live example you can post/PM a link to I'll happily take a look...

    Mike
  15. Opps - forgot to wrap the code in script tags -...

    Opps - forgot to wrap the code in script tags - updated below...



    <script>
    $(document).ready(function() {
    $('<tr><td></td><td style="font-size: 12px; color: #F45E2D;"><i>Used to provide...
  16. OK give this a try - go into 'Template Editor'...

    OK give this a try - go into 'Template Editor' and under the 'Pages' tab scroll down to 'Closing body' - now paste the following code in this section:



    $(document).ready(function() {
    ...
  17. I've just had a look, but noticed you've now...

    I've just had a look, but noticed you've now since removed this field. If you add it again and this time leave out the orange text so it just reads: Mobile (Optional): and I'll take a look for you......
  18. This is the updated code with the amendment...

    This is the updated code with the amendment included for 'No stock':



    <!-- Show NDD Countdown -->

    <script>
    $(document).ready(function() {
    setInterval(function() {
    var now =...
  19. You could add a few lines to the code that looks...

    You could add a few lines to the code that looks for the "No stock" text on the product page and then hides the countdown timer.



    if ($('span#availability2:contains("No stock")').length > 0) {...
  20. Hi, Thanks for posting the code!! It works...

    Hi,

    Thanks for posting the code!! It works great, but it would be nice if Bluepark could integrate a fully built-in, easily manageable system that takes into account bank holidays etc.
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