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  • Plugin Author DanielSchurter

    (@danielschurter)


    Hi lisianne

    I changed the code and share it here for you.

    I hope that solves your problem…

    Greetings,
    Dani

    Hi Daniel,

    Thank you.
    I have looked at the code (and run it) and I am not sure it changes the position of the navigation_overview ( 1 2 3 4 ..etc )
    This navigation is always at the top of the page whether the form is at the top or the bottom.

    What I am trying to have is
    1) first the testimonials
    2) then the navigation ( 1 2 3 4 ..etc )
    3) then the form.

    but you could imagine that others still want :

    1) navigation
    2) testimonials
    3) form

    or even :

    1) form
    2) testimonials
    3) navigation

    so the positioning of the navigation is actually independent from the position of the form. Don’t bother if it is too cumbersome to implement. I really appreciate your prompt reply.

    Best.

    Plugin Author DanielSchurter

    (@danielschurter)


    Hi lisianne

    A new version 🙂

    Greetings,
    Dani

    Hi Daniel,

    I have not investigated the new patch very much but it seems to create other problems : the form is not displayed and even though there is the right number of “css_post_embedded” divs, there are all empty.
    However the navigation is properly displayed below the (empty) testimonials.

    Please don’t spend more time on this. You have already done more than anyone could expect! I have really appreciated your support.

    Plugin Author DanielSchurter

    (@danielschurter)


    Hi lisianne

    You’re welcome!
    If you give me the website known I will take a look on it.

    You could send me the information to DMSGuestbook {at} DanielSchurter (.) Net

    Greetings,
    Dani

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