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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Here's a link to the canvas method but it doesn't work on mobile browsers, all the location dots remain visible. Just click on any of the three orange buttons at the top. EDIT: Works okay in FF but not in Chrome of Edge!

    DEMO


    Thanks for the input Egg

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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    I'm rather pleased with this version.
    The whole site is contained within close to a mobile/tablet/PC's screens real estate.
    Menu's are similarly kept within the viewers window avoiding the need to scroll.
    Images used are very small svg's and only loaded on demand, not forced on page load.
    Location maps not only show the location but the locations name.
    It does away with the need to import the x & y co-ordinates of the location.
    It does away with the requirement to have two seperate menus, one for location & one for web links.
    Using 'Scale to Fit Width' does away with the requirement for a variant.

    At present only the Accommodation link works but it's fairly straightforward to create other categories once the base template is created.

    LINK
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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    I'm rather pleased with this version.
    The whole site is contained within close to a mobile/tablet/PC's screens real estate.
    Menu's are similarly kept within the viewers window avoiding the need to scroll.
    Images used are very small svg's and only loaded on demand, not forced on page load.
    Location maps not only show the location but the locations name.
    It does away with the need to import the x & y co-ordinates of the location.
    It does away with the requirement to have two seperate menus, one for location & one for web links.
    Using 'Scale to Fit Width' does away with the requirement for a variant.

    At present only the Accommodation link works but it's fairly straightforward to create other categories once the base template is created.

    LINK
    Really neat Egg! Would you mind posting a link to the xar/web file?

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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    Will do LGF, probably this evening.
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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    Trying to introduce a shop window as Gary suggested otherwise the location map is fairly boring. Will send the files asap.
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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Trying to introduce a shop window as Gary suggested otherwise the location map is fairly boring. Will send the files asap.
    LINK
    @Egg, not sure if this idea will help? I have added a similar menu to yours alongside the shop window. There are two menus atm, but you can easily remove either one of them and the structure works.

    As it is now, the standard NavBar populates the map, the shop window and shows other shops within the same category (by grouping similar shops in a class category). The same javascript link for the standard NavBar can be deployed in the second menu structure (though I've only activated it for the first shop on the list).

    https://initiostar.co.uk/demo/Map2/

    Hope it's useful,

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    Lightbulb Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    I felt it was necessary to rationalise my original suggestion for @LGF so it could be developed more readily.

    My approach is basically an overgrown NavBar that can open and close anything. I have created a simple display of its power with a base map and two Shops with Map Pins and Shop Fronts with a set of instructions. All in the same space.
    For tidiness, I have placed all of the "overlays" into a special Bang folder (!MagicHappens); this ensures you can see the underlying website design without things getting too messy. You can have as many or as few layers as you choose.

    Here is a demo: https://www.acornucopia.space/clients/TG/ShopFront/.

    Here is the design file: jQuery - Multi-Pin Shop Front.xar.

    Any ClassName can now be controlled by three functions: on, off & toggle, whose speeds can be precisely tuned to the milliSecond.

    Acorn

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    Default Re: Grouping/multiple selecting popups

    Once again, thank you all for your work and input and wishing a all a happy and SAFE festive season.
    Regards,
    LGF

 

 

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