Support » Plugin: Sliding Social Icons » your plugin conflict with theme page

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    I tried your basic plugin which is nice to see and original animated but I have a big issue (at least for me), whatever link is in the area of the animation it doesn’t work at all.
    I mean that in my case it blocks the first navigation menu item and when I scroll the page it blocks other links included in the page when the link reach the plugin animation area. If I scroll down a little bit the link works again.
    You can have a test at this link
    It’s not matter of other plugins I made all tests and so far you can test for next two hours then I remove your.

    Best Regards,

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  • I upgraded to your new version 1.5 but it happen the same problem which you can see in your page too. The side menu in this page has my same problem, if you click the link tutorials or contact when they are in the sliding area they do not work unless you move the pointer to the extreme right side of the words, then you succeed to click on. My item menu are not so far from the sliding area so I cannot and is not correct for the common visitors.
    Maybe it’s a z-index problem/conflict.

    Thank you for helping.

    Plugin Author smartcat


    hi there sorry about the late reply i just got a chance to finally see your comment.

    what’s the screen resolution of your monitor ? this could be because the sliding widget is overlapping over the menu items. I do see the error that you mention when i am on a lower resolution 19″ screen. Thank you for catching that bug, I will fix it in the next update.

    for the time being, you can add this css rule to fix it until the update is released:

    width: 0 !important;

    Please Let me know if this fixes the issue you are having.

    Best Regards,
    Bilal Hassan

    Hi smartcat,

    Thank you for replying.
    I added the css rule you suggested and it works fine.
    I also tried to resize the browser at different sizes to simulate responsive screen and it works fine too.

    So you know where the problem is, now.

    Thank you for the support.
    I will write some good lines in my blogs.

    Best Regards,
    Angelo Giammarresi

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