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  • Forum: Reviews
    In reply to: [Gutenberg] Terrible

    I might chime in here. It’s the worst user experience I’ve had with WordPress.
    Since WordPress uses this editor I’m looking for a good alternative for WP.

    I’m a developer and working with WordPress for about 10 years now.
    Since Gutenberg is a thing it’s just a struggle to get anything to look the ways you want.

    Everything the editor does (not the author) is not communicated well in the design. There are a few very bad visual queues like a plus button appearing when you hover over a section that is visually not distinguishable from the background.

    The “blocks” are just the biggest mistake WP has ever done.
    It’s complicated to simply write an article. Suddenly another block gets added when you want a line break. You need to constantly grab the mouse and click through messy menus of blocks, subblocks, deviders and whatnot.

    It’s not content-focused, but editor-focused now.
    Using WordPress now is not writing an article anymore, but operate Gutenberg.

    Sorry for not having concrete examples, but it simply feels a hassle now.
    I’m currently trying to add two images next to each other within text.

    Without adding width-attributes, without percentages, without gallery, simply as they are. Now one is on the left and one on the right side. I don’t know why, I didn’t tell Gutenberg to do any floating or so.

    Gutenberg may work well for a few themes by WordPress themselves. But definitely not a general use CMS that WordPress was evolving into.
    Maybe it’s fun for blogs that use one of the full-blown themes but I definitely would never recommend WordPress for a custom design anymore.
    Then I rather write static pages again

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    outtacontext, I can only AGREE with you.
    I don’t really know, what rocipo wants to tell us with his unseemly comment šŸ™

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hello!

    No. There is currently no functionallity to stop the sliding.
    Of cause you can add CSS. The only problem would be that the cSliders have ID’s in the class names so it wouldn’t be easy. You could inspect the sliders using FireBug or Safaris built-in inspector to find the elements you need to apply additional CSS to.

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hello!

    Again, I think you have some slides that are higher then others are.
    In cSlider there are no <p> tags used. It’s just a table and several divs.

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Thanks for the kind words!
    Unfortunately we don’t have as much time for webdevelopment as we’d like anymore.

    We stepped into some very serious iOS projects and it is not so easy to find time for this anymore.

    I’ll try to collect issues, bugs and suggestions, like yours, and provide a big update when I got enough stuff to do on this plugin :))

    So thanks for the idea and the kind words again.

    Best regards,
    Julian

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Please mark resolved issues as resolved :))

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    I saw this issue too, a while ago. Unfortunately I don’t remember where and why anymore.
    It could be a server side issue…

    Could you post a link to a page where this issue appears?

    Also very important: did you have this problems on modern browsers (FireFox, Chrome, Safari, current version) too, or was it just IE or some outdated browser version?

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hello Vind.

    To put all posts into single slides you would have change the PHP code of the theme your using.
    You would have to put [cSlider] before the main loop of wordpress, then put [slide] after every post (except the last one) and [/cSlider] after the loop.

    Outside the loop you can execute shortcodes using the function described in
    this blog post.

    Cause your not a programmer it’s more difficult.
    There could be any WP plugin which enables you to get all posts or put shortcodes to every post and display them all.

    I don’t know any plugin with this functionallity. I googled like a minute but couldn’t find anything. Maybe you can find something with more deep research.

    Anyhow please keep us updated šŸ™‚

    Good look
    Julian

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    I’m sorry, I can’t help you.
    The CSS code you gave me does not effect the OOTB Himage plugin.
    Your web designer must have customized it.

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hellp Volcs!

    I posted an answer on an other thread.
    Please refer to my post over there.

    The other Thread

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hey dewik!

    The two images are enclosed by a relative positioned div.
    The second image is absolute, 0, 0 positioned.
    You might have to customize your themes CSS.

    Maybe I’ll have some time to include a floating setting into the settingsā€¦
    But unfortunately not at the moment, I’m sorry.

    Hope I could help you!
    Greets, Julian

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hey yvs!

    I guess your using Microsoft InternetExplorer.
    Unfortunately the IE is such an obsolete browser, that it does NOT support web standards and techniques that were introduces many years ago.

    Hover Image requires CSS3 transitions to be supported.
    The IE does not support CSS3 yet.

    You could try the current version IE 9, which might fix the problem.

    Let me know if it helps!

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Hey!

    The brackets don’t make sense. This CSS selector is only for Element’s attribute values (td [att=val] { }).
    You shouldn’t override the .himge display value, as it is responsible for the fact, that the images are kept above each other.

    More interesting is the question: what IS and what do you WANT EXACTLY ???

    It sounds like you’r putting multiple images into one tagā€¦
    Have you got a link were I could see the current state?

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    Wenn Sie auf der Plugin Seite auf Ā»SupportĀ« klicken, gibt es GANZ UNTEN ein Feld zum anlegen.

    Plugin Author julian.weinert

    (@julianweinert)

    No. Internet explorer can’t be supported because of it’s very outdated technique, I’m sorry.

    Hover Image uses CSS3 which is not implemented in IE and JavaScript which mostly doesn’t work in IE.

    Greets
    Julian

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