it says its compatible with firefox safari and chrome, how does it appear in internet explorer?
It is compatible with Internet Explorer 8 when the HTML5 Shiv script is linked. It’s easy and Instructions are given in the documentation.
The effects will not have a transition or transform. This means it will just appear instantly when you hover.
Internet Explorer 9 makes it look a bit better but without the need to link the script.
Works really great.
It might be helpful to show a visual help to get users attention and an advise that there is a further information/description which is coming with the image.
Is it possible to mark the image with a little sign. A spot or something with an letter (“i” for information…) or a small word (info…)?
That’s a great idea. Here’s the code to make it happen:
padding:5px 0 0 0;
-moz-transition:all 1s ease-in-out;
-webkit-transition:all 1s ease-in-out;
transition:all 1s ease-in-out;
-moz-transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;
-webkit-transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;
transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;
If you are using the flip effect, I recommend increasing the margin since it’s different on that one.
Alternatively you could also use a background image.
Is this code compatible with WordPress?
Captions can be integrated into a Wordpress powered website via regular HTML code.
It is not a Wordpress plugin though so you won’t be able to use shortcodes or other Wordpress specific features.
Thank you for your interest.
I was having some problems with the appear bottom function on Safari for some strange reason – stupid browser – so i stuck to the push functions. Have you encountered similar problems your end?
There seems to be a problem with the CSS3 transition in Safari indeed. I did overlook it because Captions was tested in Webkit, though with Chrome.
I think I might know a solution. Hold on as I will do an update.
Do you have an update to the Appear effect for Safari?
It works first time you try it and then you need to reload the page to get it to work again.
If you remove rule number 543 in “captions.css”, it should work. Not so good for the screen readers but it is a quick fix. I am on the lookout for a better solution, though I had expected Safari to fix this bug in one of their many updates.
I am using a plugin that has captions included – but in the plugin if I include HTML in the caption the whole thing breaks.
If I purchase this from you can this be fixed so my captions will allow HTML ?
Captions is part of Complete Gallery Manager for WordPress
Have you already contacted the author? They might suggest a solution or have this feature on their roadmap.
You can put HTML elements inside the figcaption element (just make sure it validates). Some of the examples in the demo have an HTML heading.
Hey there – it is now working in my plugin an I love the effect.
Can I set this up on my Wordpress blog? The plugin includes Captions – so it may be installed already but I just need to know how to check it and what syntax to use on the page.
If this is possible I’ll purchase it for use outside the plugin.
I am not sure I understand your question well. Captions consists of HTML and CSS . It is not a real plugin nor is it a WordPress plugin.
Is it possible to place a caption on an image without hover? In otherwords, when an image is rendered the caption is shown and remains visible?
You would need to customize the CSS a bit, nothing major.
Hello how the Apple family of devices on the show?
Can I make this plugin work on touch screens (clck instead of hover) ?
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