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Hello,

Firstly let me tell you good luck with your first item on Envato market place and of course good luck with sales.

I suggest you to make a video. People can steal it easily this way.

Izglejda mnogo dobre. Uspeh! :)

nice work…

Thanks,

This is a clean, simple file that was easy for a newbie like me to customize. Works perfectly. Could I add a name or short text to the popped-up image?

Thanks,

Caulfield

Thanks for the feedback, Caulfield.

You can do what you want by adding the following CSS styles
#dockmenu a span {
    display: none;
    font-size: 11px;
    padding: 0;
    color: #FFFFFF;
    background-color: #676767;
    border-radius: 4px;
}
#dockmenu a:hover span {
    display: block;
}

and then add the text using a span inside the link:

<a href="#home"><span>Home</span><img src="img/01-home.png" /></a>

Hope this helps.

Georgiivanov,

Thanks so much for help and getting back to me right away. I very much appreciate your doing so right away, too. So Thanks!

Everything is the way I want it now, except I want to raise the span title up about 40 px. I have square finish icons and if the span floats slightly higher, it will be perfect. I’ve tried every combination of adding different properties and values, but it’s not working. I think it should be a simple fix.

If you have a suggestion, please let me know.

Thanks so much again,

Caulfield

I am not quite sure what you are trying to achieve, but if you send me message from my profile page (http://codecanyon.net/user/georgiivanov) with some more details – code and/or screenshots I try to help you.

Many Thanks for helping me customize your file. It’s great and now working perfectly!!

It was a pleasure working with you! I will look out for any new work you author!!

Caulfield

how do I leave the menu at the bottom of the page?

Already solved, thanks! Insert the following class to the menu:

footer {

position:fixed; bottom:5px; width:100%; }

This is very interesting. If you would ever turn it into a Wordpress plugin I’d be in :o)

Just to clarify, can this dock be added in the middle of a webpage? How do you set the position on the page?

I was able to use the dock menu successfully. It looks and works awesome! One question would be – is it possible to have a title/text below each icon?

I figured out a workaround to get the text span class on the bottom – I made a 2nd div section and the image was a 120px wide x 1px height transparent png, then adjusted the class to be in alignment under the images. I like the product.

The second div was going to be the solution I would propose.

Thanks for the positive feedback.

Clean and good, GLWS

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