Search…

X3 Photo Gallery Support Forums

Search…
 
netopir
Experienced
Topic Author
Posts: 43
Joined: 11 Nov 2014, 14:37

Different Menu Style

08 Dec 2014, 10:22

 
User avatar
mjau-mjau
X3 Wizard
Posts: 12248
Joined: 30 Sep 2006, 03:37

Re: Different Menu Style

08 Dec 2014, 10:34

Did you check the docs and demos? We already have such an option, which if I may say so myself, is superior to the ones in those links. Try it yourself:
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=slidemenu
 
User avatar
Bulletproof IT
Experienced
Posts: 134
Joined: 04 May 2013, 04:36

Re: Different Menu Style

12 Dec 2014, 13:15

That is very nice. I did not realise you could reconfigure the menu so easily.

This new X3 is going to take some getting used to...

Good work Karl!
» I Imagevue X3 «
 
User avatar
mjau-mjau
X3 Wizard
Posts: 12248
Joined: 30 Sep 2006, 03:37

Re: Different Menu Style

13 Dec 2014, 05:52

The layout settings are documented here, with a few examples:
https://www.photo.gallery/x3docs/settings/layout/

Topbar center
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=topbar-center

Topbar left
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=topbar-float

Sidebar left
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=sidebar

Sidebar right
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=sidebar-right

Slidemenu
https://www.photo.gallery/x3docs/settings/layout/

Until we launch a proper theme (skin/font/layout) viewer, these settings are not properly emphasized.
 
User avatar
Bulletproof IT
Experienced
Posts: 134
Joined: 04 May 2013, 04:36

Re: Different Menu Style

14 Dec 2014, 20:19

You need to fix a one or two of them...

Invalid Syntax.
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=sidebar%logo-fixed

This doesn't float on scroll.
https://www.photo.gallery/demo/x3/?layout=topbar-float

It would seem not all 'topbar' items float down the page. Oh wait, 'fixed' is to make the topbar "sticky" to the top of the screen on scroll?
This think "Sidebar Logo Fixed" should be "?layout=sidebar-logo-fixed"
mjau-mjau wrote:The layout settings are documented here, with a few examples:
Until we launch a proper theme (skin/font/layout) viewer, these settings are not properly emphasized.
» I Imagevue X3 «