Needing help to further develop it.
V1.0 - Initial release. Keeps the topbar constantly in focus.
V1.1 - Code corrected for the community to help develop it.
V1.1.1 - Code corrected by Rafael Amorim. Code needs to be adjusted for right side buttons in CSS.
That's a major difference, isn't it?
And yes, the CSS part is working
Can someone please let me know if this component works on OSSN 6.1 or not?
running v2.0 of ImagesInMessage here,
mine doesn't have a line like that
" I gleaned that from another fully functional component..."
which one exactly?
Sorry Z Man, but the first version in my opinion needed to be a working version without bugs or error codes. So, I switched it out for the communities sake. Not going to have any version of any component I produce causing problems if I can help it. As for the change in the ossn_com.php file, I gleaned that from another fully functional component as a well working code snippet. The component still needs development to get it to function the way I want it. Right now it holds the topbar in focus, but will eventually have the topbar scroll up and away when you scroll down and present the topbar whenever you scroll up. This is a nice innovation to have for any OSSN installation and hope the community helps to make it happen.
Hmm, I don't find it very helpful that you deleted the code I commented earlier today. My basic idea is always to let the whole community participate, because there's a good chance that others will make similar mistakes and can learn how to do it right this way.
Aside from that: releasing different code under the same version number is just a no-go.
Okay, but let's talk about
in your latest code. How do you come up with a line like that? I mean, you won't find such an instruction anywhere else, that's why I'm a little surprised...
Sorry for any difficulties this little project of mine may have caused. I pulled out the
Yeah, that's a start!
And a good example which way some faulty code of one component may stop the code of other components from working. The side effect here: We can't comment anymore. :p
So, what's going wrong?
Pressing F12 and having a look at the Console tab gives an idea ...
Clicking that line 2976:1 will show some more details
<script> is causing the problem?!?
<script></script> tags inside are not allowed / confusing the script interpreter.