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  • Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    I added a feature request in the H5P forum. Thank you for your support!

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hello icc0rz,

    please find a screenshot here

    The picture is 67×100 px (I pushed it to the extreme to demonstrate the issue). You can see in the screenshot that it is displayed with 1038x1549px – which is full page width (with that website in my 21” screen). And you can see that it is extremely blurry.

    In the H5P documentation I found: “The image will be scaled (proportionally) to fit the max-width of the container in which it is placed.” As I wrote before, I can easily adapt that on a normal website by using a container with a smaller width. But in my Learning Management System (WPLMS) I don’t have that option – or at least it is quite cumbersome to implement.

    I would prefer it, if the maximum H5P block size would be limited to the size of the image used. It should be responsive of course so that it also works on smartphones.

    I am happy to add some custom CSS to my website, but I am not good enough in CSS to adapt it myself.

    Thanks for your support!
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    After some thinking and looking into the CSS:

    1. I think I found the CSS which causes the issue:

    .h5p-wp-admin-wrapper .h5p-content-wrap {
      float: left;
      width: 100%;
      margin-bottom: 20px;
      max-width: 960px;
    }

    2. On a normal WordPress page I could use a Gutenberg block to limit width, such as columns or a container with a margin on the right and left. But that will not work within the courses in my LMS (WPLMS) for which I actually use H5P. I work in a frontend editor in that LMS and it would be unpleasant to modify all units with Gutenberg blocks in the backend. It is possible, though.

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Thanks to both of you for your fast answers!
    I will test that. Else I found out that I can write a page with Gutenberg blocks and then copy & paste the content on the product page (in text editor mode). A bit cumbersome but it works without code.

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 3 weeks ago by wiebke.wetzel.
    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Dear Nayan,

    I am sorry for the late answer. I installed your plugin once more and aas soon as I activate it the page loading time increases like hell. Even without using a single of it’s blocks.

    I deactivated all my plugins one by one and tried to load a page. Apparently there is a conflict with the Genesis Blocks plugin. You might want to look into that.

    I found another solution for my flip boxes in the meantime and will deactivate you plugin therefore.

    Best regards,
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Super! Many thanks.

    BTW: there are some more plugins which might use different ways of disabling Google fonts: Disable Google fonts and OMGF Host Google Fonts Locally. Please consider them as well.

    I cannot test them right now due to technical issues with the website but I will. I will let you know the result.

    Best regards,
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Thanks!
    I just noticed that the background image is tiled if it is smaller than the card size. Can you please disable that as well? Tiled imagers never ever look good.
    Thanks!
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hello Nayan,

    any way to stop that? That’s not good in Europe as it is against our privacy legislation (GDPR) and can be a show stopper. I do host fonts locally.

    I tried the plugin “Disable and remove Google fonts”, but it didn’t succeed. Can you please add a function to your plugin to disable Google fonts or else, make sure the available plugins can do it?

    Thanks,
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hello Oliver,

    that’s been it! I had set that to “only for editors” and when I changed the settings to “controlled by Author” it was switched on for 2 and off for 8. I learned from that not to be too restrictive with my content.

    Thanks for your help on a summer Sunday (at least we have summer here). I really appreciate it.

    Best regards,

    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hello Cluevo,

    I will try to do some of the steps suggested by the moderator. I am no developer, so I don’t know if I will be successful.

    I will come back to this forum once I have some more information for you.

    Best regards,
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hey CLUEVO team,

    I first tested it with debugging switched on in the config.php, that didn’t change anything. This is what the web developer console tells me in Firefox:

    This page uses the non standard property “zoom”. Consider using calc() in the relevant property values, or using “transform” along with “transform-origin: 0 0”. admin.php
    JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed with logging active, version 1.4.1 jquery-migrate.js:23:17
    Layout was forced before the page was fully loaded. If stylesheets are not yet loaded this may cause a flash of unstyled content. jquery.js:3:25903
    unreachable code after return statement
    2 user.admin.js:643:6

    And in Safari I get these errors in the Java script console:

    [Log] JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed with logging active, version 1.4.1 (jquery-migrate.js, line 23)
    [Log] Sending latency from page_performance – "1.44" – "myURL/wp-admin/admin.php" (page_performance.js, line 38)
    [Error] Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 () (admin.css.map, line 0)
    [Error] Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 () (toastr.js.map, line 0)
    [Error] Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 () (admin-overrides.css.map, line 0) 

    The file toastr.js.map is from another plugin which I deactivated. That didn’t help. The other two files are from Cluevo and they do exist.Thus I don’t know why they are reported missing.

    I hope that does give you some information. I am no developer, thus please let me know if I sent you the wrong information.

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hi Jordy,
    it is a managed WordPress hosting and apperently I changed the wp-config file in an inacttive WordPress installation. I have no idea why that installation exists at all. The support directed me to the correct location and it works now.
    Cheers,
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hi,
    this was an issue at the hosting service and is resolved.
    Cheers,
    Wiebke

    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    That’s it! Wonderful!
    Many thanks for your support and for creating this theme and plugin combination.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by wiebke.wetzel.
    Thread Starter wiebke.wetzel

    (@wiebkewetzel)

    Hi Danny,

    I am early there. Have a look here.

    I used the wrapper block with a background picture, put two headlines in it and edited them in HTML with some inline CSS. The only thing I don’t like here is the empty space above the picture, where the page entry title would normally be. Any hint on how you removed that on the start page of the theme demo would be great.

    Thanks! Wiebke

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