I love the theme but in the portfolio section, the 'categories/types' selector scrolls up and and under the fixed navbar when you select any project to view ( it is hidden under the navbar). So, when I close the 'Project Details' page, I can only see the 'sorted' items from my previous selection.
I'm getting the same problem on my Mac, iPhone and Android phones.
A user has to know to scroll the page back down - or the user is forced to click the Portfolio link in the top navbar and start over again - just to get back to the filter sorting selectors. Is there ant way you can change the position of the scroll-up so it stops 'BEFORE' hiding the 'Categories and Types' selectors?
Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you asap.
A potential pre-sales question: Is it possible, when opening a portfolio item, to change the transparency of that portfolio item details, so to have a solid color background (or just white) instead of the slideshow background? (In order to increase legibility). But only there, so other parallax background sliders will remain as they are. I hope I could describe well enough, what I am asking. :)
Thanks and kind regards, ftn
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Color selector not open in chrome 50.0.2661.102 on file downloaded, but on version demo online open.
Color selector is just for demo purposes (as in any theme). It is not included in the download file.
Please see the documentation for how to change to your proffered color.
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This is a great way to give the seller feedback and ask them questions about their item.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||bootstrap, creative, css3, fontawesome, html5, jquery, modern, onepage, portfolio, responsive|
|Released:||3 years ago|
|Updated:||1 year ago|
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