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December 8, 2014 at 12:16 pm #190312
I am redesigning a site and am incorporating a responsive slider from woo themes. I like a site that incorporated it really great (www.swipely.com) BUT that site got redesigned recently and is no longer online: BUT I had downloaded some code already (whew!).
Here is a simplified page of the downloaded code (showing the effect I am trying to achieve):
What I thought was cool is how there’s additional elements: text and the people images that slide w/ the background images.
AND that their heads pop up above the b/g image top.
Here’s my current page I’m working on:
Also here’s a version that just links to a big monster CSS file from the downloaded site.
—The people show up and slide, but the heads still cut off and other stuff collapses etc. (Ugh!)
I haven’t been able to ascertain even after hours and days of study where the CSS is that is getting this done. One difference is the use of a body class applied to all on the page. But I still can’t seem to change things when I add it in.
I’ve fiddled w/ z-index and -margins, but all to no avail.
Thanks for any help on this combat quagmire.December 8, 2014 at 1:39 pm #190334
Compare the people images in
The first shows their heads popping above the sliding background on top of the fixed header background.
I can’t replicate that in the second link.December 8, 2014 at 4:43 pm #190349
That was very good suggestion, I think I’m close now! I disabled all of them, even noticing one in-line styling of that attribute!
But it still is not fixing it. However, I can fix it for a moment in Firebug — The place where there’s inline styling of it for some reason duplicates and shows in 2 lines. When I edit it out in Firebug all “overflow: hidden” finally gets turned off! So, here’s a new link w/ no overflow: hidden anywhere.
Is there such a thing as “ghost code”? cause, it only shows up in firebug! Weird.
And about the collapsing thing If you compare
you’ll notice the blog doesn’t start till the beige background, but in “2” it collapses all that white area and some content goes behind my footer.December 8, 2014 at 7:03 pm #190359
Thanks for that solve on the main-container & footer-container, I guess the needless absolute position pulled it out of the document flow.
But I’m not sure what you mean by a bird’s eye view.
Also do you know how to get rid of that CSS that is getting generated by script?
Thanks again!!December 8, 2014 at 7:25 pm #190362
No worries! I made some good progress here.
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