Loved it, thanks a lot
Nice to be able to specify a jQuery selector and BOOM links scroll smoothly. Great stuff.
Thank you very much !
Hi, I search this kind of post type plugin for weeks. I did not even know the name. Finally I found it. Now I follow the majority for 5 starts rating, later I will update my review.
Changed this to 5 stars!
The developer is active in responding immediately. Really great for a free plugin!
I just had an issue with the initial highlighting of links in my navigation bar. This is how you fix it:
In the ps2id settings at the "Highlight Selector(s)" field, you may use this sample format for the selector ".your-navigation-menu a[rel='m_PageScroll2id']" This will prevent links not highlighting on page load.
Plus, the developer agrees with my suggestion to add custom classes to the ps2id shortcode, which will be very useful for non-coder users.
I had an issue with the plug in and received virtually instant feedback on the support page for the product. Very helpful knowing this for the future that it is supported well and I intend to use again.
The offset selector feature is genius for mobile integration
With the tutorial I could easily use the plugin. It does exactly what it says and has some useful features like offset. Well done.
This is a wonderful plug in, especially for FREE...
It may be a little difficult to use at first, but once you figure it out, it works great.
The only way to make it exceptional would be a pdf or video explaining all the options in detail. It's a bit overwhelming.
Install, tick a few boxes, works immediately without any problems.
I was looking for a simple solution to scroll to an anchor on a page from a menu item, no matter which page I was on.
I had a simple anchor scroll working just fine if I was on the actual origin page for the anchor, but of course there is a bit more to it when navigating there from some other page.
We all know this causes an unpleasant "jump/flash" when using anchor links from remote pages.
Installed this plugin, ticked a couple of boxes and played around with the timing and offsets, and it works exactly as desired.
Thanks, really good!
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