Release Notes

Initial release

  • Hey Cim, I really like that menu button and wonder if I can use it on the other pages, too - but only if someone uses a mobile device. I tried to extend the view in the start.php of my theme, but that was only a wild guess. Or I did it wrong. Can you help me with that, please?

  • Hey Hanzolo, this plugin only shows the mobile-styled menu for non-logged in users and front page only. Have you checked out Aalborg's theme? It's a bundled theme with responsive menus, great for mobile.

  • Thank you, Cim, I'll check it out!

  • @Michele thanks for the comment. Does your theme override the index page? If so, then that's what the problem is.

  • Thank you :) I am all about minimal and clean. You can add other languages yourself via php file in the languages folder. Just duplicate the en.php file and rename it to any language abbreviation and change the english text on the right side into the language desired.

  • Download the 1.10 version of Landr and you'll see the languages folder.

  • It's pretty much the same thing, the only differences are the languages and manifest version. You can change the manifest version to 1.9.

  • Dear CIM,

    your plugin is great. What changes should I do ffor leeting it to work on elgg 1.8.20?

    Thank you

  • Stanley try using the 1.9 version.

  • Thank you CIM.

    I changed the manifest.xml to adapt to my elgg 1.8.20 release. I activated the plugin successfully. However, nothing happened in  my homepage. I changed the start.php file. Now my landr start.php  is:

    <?php
    /**
     * Landr initialize
     * 
     */

    elgg_register_event_handler('init', 'system', 'landr_init');

    function landr_init() {

        //elgg_register_page_handler('', 'landr');
        elgg_register_plugin_hook_handler('index', 'system', 'landr');
        elgg_register_ajax_view('landr/upload');
        
    }

    function landr($hook, $type, $return, $params) {
        
        if (!include_once(dirname(__FILE__) . "/index.php")) {
            return false;
        }

        return true;
    }

    Now, homepage worked, but #login, #register, #ladr-menu did not show any modal. I guess that the problem is jquery.remodal.js. I JSLint the code and it identified errors in the code. Is it possible? I installed a local version of elgg 1.9.7 but it had no problem.  What is the problem?

    Thank you very much

  • For what jquery version your remodal library is made for? I run jquery-1.6.4.min.js.

  • I resolved the issue modifying function .on() in .live() in the jquery.remodal.js file as in my version of jquery on is not defined.

    Thank you very much for your amazing work.

  • I resolved the issue modifying function .on() in .live() in the jquery.remodal.js file as in my version of jquery on is not defined.

    Thank you very much for your amazing work.

  • Sorry for the delay. $.live() is a deprecated function and it's highly recommend that you upgrade your jQuery library.

Cim

Creator of Demyx

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  • Category: Themes
  • License: GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2
  • Updated: 2016-12-15
  • Downloads: 4784
  • Recommendations: 13

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