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If you are using the plugin on your website, please post the address in this topic, I would be curious to see your implementation :)
First, thank you.
It’s working perfectly.
Really great customization is possible.
I miss the arrow-key usage of the Wilshire script a bit, but it’s not a big deal.
A small problem:
The noreults <code><p></code> doesn’t appear in Safari (OS X 10.4.7 Safari v419.3). (Working in FF and Camino)
I tried with no css to be sure. No go.
I just need to fix this and it’s all set.
Thanks for your time.
Last edited by Fredb7 (2006-07-26 03:33:23)
Thanks for pointing this little bug, I had not noticed that because it was the latest piece of code I have changed before the release.
I’ll fix that today or tomorrow.
One more little thing:
When using the default break, the script line in the source includes <code>”<br />”</code> instead of <code>“br”</code>. This doesn’t change anything except the xhtml fails to validate. Giving a <code>break=“br”</code> argument fixes it.
As a side note, I had to change the livesearch_resetimage img to a div in livesearch.js to be able to change the image with css when style-switching.
Last edited by Fredb7 (2006-07-26 14:28:21)
Okay, I have fixed both issues. As for the images, normally it is possible to style them individually (I did it successfully). If you want them to be displayed as a div, you can use <code>display: block;</code> in your CSS. I will post a message once the new release is online.
Thanks cbeyls. Working fine!
About the images. I meant “using a different image depending on the user selected style”. Maybe there is a trick I don’t know that can achieve that.. No big deal anyway.
BTW, I just notice we’re both belgian and speaking french;) . Encore merci.
Ok now I understand your idea of using CSS to style the images instead of specifying it in the XHTML img src attribute. It’s not a bad one but it may seem more difficult for the user to configure these div’s so they align properly and have the right dimensions and less “natural” than a img tag that does this automatically.
Also, I have never tried to put an animated GIF as background image of a div with CSS. Is the GIF still animated in all browsers?
Et oui, petit bonjour de Belgique où le temps se rafraîchit ce qui permet d’être un peu plus actif :)
Last edited by cbeyls (2006-07-31 14:41:20)
It was just a side note, I don’t think you should change the img. I just have to change two lines in the js. No big deal.
I just use the close img, not a spinner, but I tried an animated as a div background and it’s working in Mozilla browsers at least.
Thanks again, I’ll post the address when the site is online.
This looks like it may be just what I am after, but don’t you just know it, it is giving me a headache already and I haven’t even installed it yet.
I had a small problem recently, where my site acted very weirdly when I tried to write an article with the word ‘curl’ in it. It kept kicking me out and giving me all sorts of funny problems.
As I consequence, I do not use the word ‘curl’. However, when trying to install your plugin, I am getting these same problems appearing, so before attempting to going any further, I was hoping you could let me know if the plugin has the word ‘curl’ in it too?
If so, at least I know and can move on to the next step of trying to resolve this issue.
Edit: Resolved the problem by editing the .htaccess file. Thanks. Sorry to bother you.
Last edited by Catalyst (2006-08-07 21:07:45)