Support » Plugin: jQuery Post Splitter » UPDATE VERSION 2.4 ISSUES

  • Resolved Deb M

    (@papul)


    Hi there,
    Just updated to the latest version of the plugin and there are some design issues I came across.Have been using the premium version of the plugin for some time. Updated it to version 2.4 last night. New visual effects have been added. Here are some of the issues I came across in the new update.

    1) The “Slider Count (e.g. “2 of 4″)” are not responsive in mobile phones. They appear ok in desktop and tablets but overlap in the mobile phone screens. Here are the screen shots

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    2) In the older version, there was a separation line above the navigation buttons. But in the new update that is missing. That button also needs to be adjusted in mobile phone screens. In mobile phones, they appear too close to buttons. Here is the screenshot from version 2.3.2

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    3) The new 2.4 version shows a warning when installing regarding the use of <nextpart> than the previous use of <nextpage> in the older versions. I want to be sure that this update would not affect many old posts where we have created pagination using the older version of plugin “<nextpage>”.

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    4) Last request for a feature. If possible by the team can the buttons be made a little longer in terms of height. Idea is to make the buttons appear large and attractive for the audience to click on them.

    Hoping for a quick response to the queries posted.

    Regards and thank you for a solid plugin.

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  • Plugin Contributor aqibraza

    (@aqibraza)

    Hi dear,
    The mobile responsive issue is resolved. download the latest pro version.

    Thanks,
    Aqib

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  aqibraza.

    Thank you for the reply.

    I have been using this plugin for last one year and I keep getting viewers inputs on the user experience.

    1) Yes, I checked that the buttons are now mobile responsive. I immediately took the responses from my loyal visitors about the user experience. Most of them said – though mobile responsive but still the numbers for example ” 2 of 7 ” is appearing very small on mobile phones. They have to look closely to see the slide numbers. Can the size be increased little more so that it more clear to see by the users?

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    2) Another point that most of my readers raise, is the small size of the Next & Previous buttons while using in phones. I regularly get inputs that the buttons are difficult to press in mobile screens and thus users keep asking for Bigger Nav buttons. If we can increase the height of the buttons or make them larger especially on mobile phone screens, that will make it easier for the users to click.

    3) As mentioned in point number 3 in my 1st message – version 2.4 shows an error box with a patch to apply. Almost all my posts (with your plugin) are based on <nextpage> format. Once I apply the patch will all the previous posts with pagination <nextpage> will change to <nextpart> automatically?

    Hoping for solutions to Point 1 & 2 in this message and confirmation on point 3 above.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Deb M.
    Plugin Contributor aqibraza

    (@aqibraza)

    Hi there,
    I have checked all the issues on my side all are working properly. It would be a theme compatibility issue. Provide the exact link where you implemented ” jQuery Post Splitter” so that i’ll be able to find the actual issue.

    I also have checked the links of testing websites that you provided, there also it’s working fine.

    Here the screenshot links:

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    here are the other styles on my side screenshots:

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    So provide the link of the website where you are facing this issue.

    Thanks,
    Aqib

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  aqibraza.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  aqibraza.

    Thank you Aqib, for the detailed reply.

    On a plus side, the patch seems to be working for all the posts that had <nextpage> tag.

    For now the nav buttons are working fine with slight variations. I will let the plugin run for one to two weeks and see how it is working out. You guys are doing an amazing quick work in helping out customers. I have a few premium plugins and I must say the customer support by Fahad, you and your team is the fastest.

    For now I am marking this issue resolved. After using the updated plugin for few days with my theme, I will get back to you.

    Thank you again to the team of jquery post splitter plugin for a great product and after sales service. Keep up the good work guys.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Deb M.
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