Ajax sliders for content fragments. Fancy replacement for foot- and other notes.
Version 1.6.5 is presumably the very last release in the 1st generation of Sliding Notes. Development of the next generation is taking over on a brand new shiny website.
The next generation of Sliding Notes is being rewritten from scratch, based on an entirely new concept that will enable cool features like linkability, skinnability, and more.
Naturally, it will be inevitable that some of the things will work differently than before, so users may have to adapt this or that (most probably CSS code).
You should connect with development for early access to information about upcoming changes and compatibility workarounds that may arise from them.
Added workaround for themes that have shown a weird cross-browser issue in conjunction with Sliding Notes, such as reported by Magnus.
Resolves a CSS conflict with the 'Shadowbox JS' plug-in, while at the same time relieving the user from housekeeping the CSS parts that are vital to Sliding Notes function, not their visual appearance.
Attention upgraders to version 1.4: With Sliding Notes versions prior to 1.4 you had to manually add .hidden and .block CSS clauses to your stylesheet. Please remove them again. As of Sliding Notes 1.4, these clauses are automatically added where needed.
Attention Shadowbox JS users: If you have applied the conflict workaround, and commented out the '.hidden' clause in your 'extras.css' file, you need to uncomment it again. (Look for it in your 'wp-content/plugins/shadowbox-js/css/' folder.)
A small glitch had slipped into the prior release that caused sliding notes to be "dead" (not expandable) on the front page. This version fixes it.
This release is packed with features that greatly ease the integration into existing website styles and concepts, as well as the combination of different usage patterns on the same site.
For details, see the release announcement.
ATTENTION: I had to rollback to 1.0rc5 due to cross-browser problems with the 1.1 series.
A total rewrite:
Note: The styling is done the usual way in the visual editor. There's no extra UI for writing sliding notes (yet). There is an example in the 1.1 release announcement.
Fixes an issue with the print preview. (Notes were not initially collapsed in print preview. Reported by Mark Adams).
Slight changes in the readme file only.
Initial public release