Re: Website Update

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Re: Website Update

Post by CrazyCat » Tue May 27, 2014 12:11 pm

Minor visual trouble : the menu links don't keep the "active" background when you are on the corresponding page, but when you use the history back they do.

I cannot test the module section yet, gonna do that tonight :)
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Re: Website Update

Post by n0kS » Tue May 27, 2014 12:16 pm

CrazyCat wrote:Minor visual trouble : the menu links don't keep the "active" background when you are on the corresponding page, but when you use the history back they do.

I cannot test the module section yet, gonna do that tonight :)
It's currently intended to not have an 'active' class on the 'active' page but I'll reconsider this, doesn't sound bad. Probably your browser maintains a clicked/hovered event on the menu item you clicked that's why you see it 'active' when you use the history back button.

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Re: Website Update

Post by CrazyCat » Wed May 28, 2014 3:11 pm

n0kS wrote:It's currently intended to not have an 'active' class on the 'active' page but I'll reconsider this, doesn't sound bad. Probably your browser maintains a clicked/hovered event on the menu item you clicked that's why you see it 'active' when you use the history back button.
I think that you can have the menu fixed, to keep it always visible when you scroll the page. If you add the 'active' class, the visitor will always know where he is.
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