9 thoughts on “Slide Panel 1.1.1 released

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    Angius - August 4, 2017

    Seems that 1.1.1 broke the code modification you gave me in comments under 1.1.0 post that made the panel sticky. The code also seems different, so I don’t exactly know how to reapply those changes again.

    I’d be grateful for any help, or even better yet, maybe a simple checkbox in 1.1.2?

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      MojoPlug - August 7, 2017

      Hi Angius. Yes the best approach would be to have a checkbox and it’s in my backlog. I’ve just been busy with other projects, but I’m trying to look this in the near future.

      Meanwhile, you should be able to use the same method with 1.1.1 as before. And the code should be nearly the same, 1.1.1 was a minor fix. Can you re-check?

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        Angius - August 8, 2017

        To be honest, I’m having trouble reproducing the method I used, since it was some time ago and I don;t quire remember what I did. I tried, using the comments left under 1.1.0 post, but so far to no avail.

        Guess it’s a good lesson to always backup any edited files before updating any plugins.

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          MojoPlug - August 23, 2017

          Hi Angius,
          Try this:
          1. Open plugin’s style.css
          2. Add:
          #mojo-sp-right-wrap {
          position: fixed !important;
          }
          3. Save

          You need to reload the style.css too. Either delete browser cache or right click the page -> View page source -> find the MojoPlug style.css -> click to open it -> right click and “reload”.

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    christoph - August 13, 2017

    Its possible that the slide ist e.g. 340 px with and. comes from bottom to top (height e.g. 390px)
    ?

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      MojoPlug - August 23, 2017

      Hi christoph!
      You can force height of a slide panel by adding this line to any stylesheet (.css) in your theme or the plugin style.css itself. For example, setting left panel to fixed 300px height you can use this:

      #mojo-sp-left-wrap {
      height: 300px !important;
      }

      You can make the panel appearing from bottom of div or page too. Here’s an example:

      #mojo-sp-left-wrap {
      top: auto !important;
      bottom: 0 !important;
      }

      Above lines makes it appear at the bottom of an *element*. If you want to fix it to the bottom of *screen*, try this:

      #mojo-sp-left-wrap {
      top: auto !important;
      bottom: 0 !important;
      position: fixed !important;
      }

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    Ivan - September 10, 2017

    Hi! Why does the slider strip content styling? E.g. when I put ninja form inside the slider it strips styling of the text input field. So instead of a nice looking field, I get the basic one.

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      MojoPlug - September 11, 2017

      Hi Ivan,
      The plugin does NOT touch the content styling. This must be something else. Please share a link to your site, I can take a look. If you prefer to send a private message, you can email me more.karvonen(ät)qumos.com.

      Thanks…. More

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    Tim - December 25, 2017

    Hi,

    I keep getting this popup message all over my website:

    MojoPlug warning: This page contains element(s) blocking visibility of right Slide Panel. To fix the problem, find and remove overflow:hidden directive(s) from parent HTML element(s).

    I deleted it from the js file but it is still appearing. This seems to be causing issues to another one of my plugins. Please help. Thanks

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