Support » Plugin: Twenty20 Image Before-After » Strange behaviour of 2020 – First load shows the pictures – but disappears

  • Resolved freiheitenwelt

    (@freiheitenwelt)


    Hi there,

    I am using twenty-twenty since years. Now I switched to this plugin because it’s a little bit more convenient…

    Unfortunately does it behave very strong. In Preview mode everything works fine. But once I publish the article it disappears after +- 5 seconds…

    In the first 5 seconds I can see the before-after screen – it’s misaligned but well – there…?!?!

    Any idea for this one?

    In this dropbox you will find screenshots:
    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ts6i9dz8fm0d73w/AADHMy_P8XmaxUgHxylZtvCna?dl=0

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Zayed Baloch

    (@zayedbaloch)

    Hi,

    The Refrakt theme is conflicting with the plugin. Your installed theme adding an inline height: 0px style to twentytwenty-container.

    Please contact to theme developer regarding the conflicting issue, or just share the theme with me I will try to test the plugin and gives you the solution.

    Regards;

    freiheitenwelt

    (@freiheitenwelt)

    THX

    Sent u a wetransfer…

    Greetings

    Any News on this one?!?

    hey zayed! i’m having a similar problem. in reality, i fixed the problem people are having with the container opening too big by simply putting in the width (px) of the image in the shortcode. until then…i was fine. however, when i added lazyload (a3 and tried others), things went wrong again but this time, only with the height. however, if you touch the slider, the vertical clip fixes itself. i can’t get my head around this. i even tried to implement a height option in your shortcode, but no luck, perhaps it conflicts with css clip in the jquery. i’ve checked all the code of all the plugins and the theme i’m using and can’t find where the “height” error is happening. any ideas?? btw, awesome plugin!

    https://image.xharris.com/test/projects/before-after/

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