Hello! Thank you for this plugin! i have been working to develop a new site for our organization that depends heavily upon your plugin. It is so customizable and functions super well.
One small issue has arisen as i took the page live for testing …
i am using the findme=”auto” attribute of the shortcode for every child page that is displayed, and notice that, due to image loading time (if images are not previously cached in a user’s browser), the anchor position (i.e. it’s name attribute) is often offset by the image height of any unloaded images that exist before the anchor. This makes the vertical position called by that anchor less than it should be. Thus, when the trigger executes ‘findme’, the trigger element is not always focused to the top of the page.
I currently know next to nothing about jquery, but is there a way to assign, or re-assign, the name attribute to the anchor tags after all images on the page have loaded? You can find a live test page at vandercar.net/wmpl. The site will eventually go live at wmpl.org. The ‘Where We Work’ page has a number of images and has been giving me the most issues.
Also, if this a fix that could be implemented in future versions (i.e. doesn’t negatively impact optimal functionality), i would greatly appreciate that, so i don’t lose any fixes in future upgrades. Thank you!
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