For it to work as it does in the demo video you need adjust a ton of style.css codes.
For example in my case, I am having trouble putting normal page text UNDER the image. It seems to want to stay directly next to it, even with ” ” and I see no HTML reason for this. The hover text header is too close to description text which looks strange and this is not adjustable. It adds a bullet symbol to the image without HTML reason for it. Also the shadow effect in the video is something you have to add yourself through CSS. And most importantly: during every animation, the image is reduced greatly in quality; with some animations even permanently. In the video you don’t see this for some reason.
The idea of this plugin is really nice, but this seriously needs some tweaking. Especially for the beginner WordPress users among us who don’t know much about CSS.
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