container for pages

Marcus Anderson
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Marcus Anderson posted this 06 March 2017

It would be handy to have a webpage level container. That way we could add effects at the page level. For example, having the entire page fade in or slide in on load.

It would be handy to have a webpage level container. That way we could add effects at the page level. For example, having the entire page fade in or slide in on load.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 06 March 2017

Hi,

Thanks for the suggestion, we'll add it to our wish list.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Thanks for the suggestion, we'll add it to our wish list. Sincerely, Hella
shaulhadar
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shaulhadar posted this 06 March 2017

Hi Marcus, i actually have this type of effect set up with a more easy way....

You just need to add the animation to the "content & sidebars" control in the page template, and it will make this, also you can experiment with this effect on the posts or post content control...

Hope this helps... :)

Hi Marcus, i actually have this type of effect set up with a more easy way.... You just need to add the animation to the "content & sidebars" control in the page template, and it will make this, also you can experiment with this effect on the posts or post content control... Hope this helps... :)
Marcus Anderson
35 Posts
Marcus Anderson posted this 06 March 2017

You just need to add the animation to the "content & sidebars" control in the page template, and it will make this, also you can experiment with this effect on the posts or post content control...

Will the chosen animation work for the entire page, or just the posts area?

> You just need to add the animation to the "content & sidebars" control in the page template, and it will make this, also you can experiment with this effect on the posts or post content control... Will the chosen animation work for the entire page, or just the posts area?
shaulhadar
451 Posts
shaulhadar posted this 06 March 2017

For me this works on all the page....

For me this works on all the page....
Marcus Anderson
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Marcus Anderson posted this 07 March 2017

For me your method only works on the posts area. The header doesn't animate unless I add the animation to the header separately.

For me your method only works on the posts area. The header doesn't animate unless I add the animation to the header separately.
shaulhadar
451 Posts
shaulhadar posted this 07 March 2017

Yeah, I meant all of the content area, you will need to add an animation to the header also.

It's still a quick method and achieves the ame result i suppose.

Yeah, I meant all of the content area, you will need to add an animation to the header also. It's still a quick method and achieves the ame result i suppose.
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