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[Resolved] [Plugin: Filterable jQuery Portfolio Plugin] Styleing, Working with responsive design

  • kmullins131

    @kmullins131

    Hi, I am very happy to be using this plug-in and very much want to buy it as long as I can get some information to:

    – Style…anything
    – make it wrap so I can use it with my fluid portfolio.

    Here is a link to my site I am using it on. Any help would be great.
    http://www.kylemullins.com

    P.S. – The lightbox also isn’t working and i am thinking it is the WOW slider on the same page.

    As soon as I can get these things figured out I will gladly buy it, thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nimble-portfolio/

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  • Plugin Author Nimble3

    @nimble3

    We are working on responsive layout, you will get it very soon.

    Plugin Author Nimble3

    @nimble3

    One of reason for prettyphoto not working would be duplicating the jquery call.

    Before the prettyphoto call jquery version 1.7.2 is called and after it jquery version 1.4.2 is called.

    Hello,

    I’m using your premium version of Nimble Portfolio and I find that if I view my website once everything is fine, but when I filter the items and then try to view them, the lightbox images are blank.

    Please help.

    Is there a responsive design in the premium version?

    +1 for the responsive design? I purchased after seeing your comment from three months ago that you were working on a responsive design, but am disappointed after purchase to see that it was never made responsive. Any way I can personally modify the plugin to MAKE it responsive? I very much need that.

    Thanks!

    So for anyone looking to make this responsive, I have a quick and dirty fix (for the amount of columns at least.

    After much futzing around, it was pretty simple actually. In “Styles.css” within the plugin, change:

    .nimble-portfolio .nimble-portfolio-ul {
        opacity: 0;
    }

    to

    .nimble-portfolio .nimble-portfolio-ul {
        opacity: 0;
        max-width:100%;
    }

    This doesn’t affect the size of the photo, so while it will reduce down into one column, the photo size stays the same. Working on that next part, coding isn’t EXACTLY my forte. 😉

    You would have to add Max-width to each of the template.css as well for it to work.

    Were you able to get the responsive look working? I could deal with just stacking all of the portfolio items.

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