mixitup.min.js:16 Uncaught Error: [MixItUp] An invalid selector or element reference was passed to the mixitup factory function
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How would I go about fixing this?
The transition on the testimonials and portfolio items would be most effected by the carousel - and the navigation arrow may go out of whack a bit if updated since they use some different markup for those nav elements in 2 I believe.
To answer the question about updated to version 2, I had tried it in the past but was unhappy with the transitions so I stayed with 1, but I can revisit it, or possibly even choose a new carousel plugin for these features in the long run.
Hopefully this helps!
Do you add any GDPR compliant tool that allows the web site visitor to accept some terms and conditions about cokoies and IP address but also for newsletters?
It will be in force on 25th May and I am certainly late! :D
An answer would be appreciated.
Could you give me a bit more of a tip how I could do that. What modal could I use or where could I find it?
The website visitor would need to agree to the terms and conditions so he would have to click on something. I am not sure how this is done.
Check those out. It wouldn't need to pop up or anything, but you could keep it in a fixed position at the bottom of the page.
I have a second question: Does Vitality create any cookies on a users computer when it visits the website?
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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 4.x|
|Topic:||Design & Creative Services|
|Labels:||bold, bootstrap 4, clean, creative, minimal, modern, multipurpose, portfolio, sass, scss|
|Released:||4 years ago|
|Updated:||1 week ago|
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