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Thank you very much! Let us know if you have questions
You’re exposing your css with your live preview allowing yourself to just be ripped off. May want to switch to a screencast dude.
Thanks for the heads up!
I’m having a little problem with scaling at small resolutions. Images scale well until:
With even column layouts (i.e. two-column and four-column) the images degrade and layout changes to a single column with a resolution of <= 480px.
The same occurs when using an odd numbered layout i.e. (three-column) when the resolution is <=600px.
I’m targeting mobile devices so really need to scale (or wrap) down to 320px;
Try change @media only screen and (max-width:480px) to @media only screen and (max-width:320px)
This way you will get restrictions for smaller dimensions.
Perfect – changing the media query did the trick.
I have a single image about 250 * 162 per page. When I copy across the type 4 css code, and put the image under the div, the shadow does not display. Can you please advise what I am doing wrong see below :
Hi, can you please provide us with the link, and we’ll see what we can do
do you have an email address i can send the link to ?
Email us to firstname.lastname@example.org Have a good one
Hi, can you please give us a link to your project, so we could see what’s up? You can email us at email@example.com
hi i fixed the problem – it was me being stupid.
usual stuff. great script – SO EASY TO USE!
however i have noticed that if i have multiple images on a page the first image has a small grey bar added at the base of the image.
i can send you a screen shot if you havent seen this before
i have sent you some screen grabs –
i must emphasise this only happens on the first image.
Can you reproduce this bug on our preview page?
thats a very good question.
just so as i know what you mean are you speaking about the haze-css3… /download/html/index.html file?
Hi … i work with wordpress. How do i use this plugin with wordpress ?.
Yes, you can use our code with Wordpress, but I want to point out that it’s an HTML/CSS solution, not a Wordpress plugin.
Are transparent .png’s supported? I’m finding that any I drop into the relevant styled divs lose transparency. When I ref the same .png out-with the styled div the .png renders perfectly.
Working perfectly with .jpg. But I work with transparent background .png’s mostly. Please tell me I’m doing something wrong….
Hi, thanks for the purchase.
Unfortunately, If you mean transparent image with shadow the other part of CSS shadow will be visible.
Hi, thanks, but that’s not what I meant. I’m talking about a simple .png with a transparent background with no shadow in the image itself. When I put that into your styled div the background which should be transparent renders as a mid to dark gray.
When I take the same .png out of the styled div the transparent background comes back!
Want me to set up an example and PM you the link?
Yes, please give me the link or send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The dev identified and fixed the issue in about 17 seconds, a simple CSS tweak was the answer. Should have noticed it myself actually.
10/10 for webcodebuilder and this product. 100% happy!
Thanks for the kind words! Enjoy!
Hi, going to sound like a complete newbie but using this within wordpress I understand its via css and html. So do I need to create a div in the themes editor first? and then apply the css class say to an image module? or do I need to do something else to apply these shadows to images?
Thanks in advance
Hi, you need to copy our structure (div) and apply the css to it. And put the image to the structure.
I’m new, can someone send a tutorial how to install, I have limited HTML understanding
Hi, thanks for the purchase. Did you read the instructions in the download package? Please let me know if you need any help
Great ideal…Good job
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