- July 8, 2018 at 9:11 am #41372AnonymousInactive
First off: great widget. I want to get the paid version. Before i do however, is it possible to turn of the ‘anchor’ like scrolling up when clicking on a page number? I don’t always find it desirable behaviour. For instance when you just want one row of blog previews and the scrolling up is not necessary.
Thanks for your help!
EelcoJuly 9, 2018 at 2:18 pm #41411responsive-museKeymaster
Hi Eelco, thanks for your nice words 🙂
Dirty/easy way: find the code block where there are some instances of (‘html, body’).animate and completely remove it. You will need to do this over your Muse exported .html files.
Elegant/hard way: you should be able to add some custom jQuery code inside Muse that overrides that scrolling instructions. That would allow you fix it directly in Muse.
I hope it helps!July 16, 2018 at 8:14 am #41657AnonymousInactive
Thank you! Ill get on it and give it a try!July 16, 2018 at 8:56 am #41658AnonymousInactive
One last question: When I purchase the premium version, do I need to do all the work I did with the free version again or will it just automatically convert to the premium version?July 17, 2018 at 3:13 pm #41724responsive-museKeymaster
When upgrading from free to pro, the PHP file stays the same, but the .mulib (Muse widget) file is completely different.
That means that you can keep the edits from the PHP part, but you will need to delete your old free widget from the Muse workspace and add the new (premium) one.
About your posts and published content, it should stay the same, but we recommend to do a FTP backup before the update anyway to stay safe.
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