I'm having the following problem: I set up a scroll spy on my homepage, and put several sections throughout the homepage with .scroll-headers (for example: <h4 class="scroll-header" title="Testimonials">Testimonials</h4>). The problem is, the menu highlighting doesn't change as I scroll, only the last menu item remains highlighted. Any idea what's going on? See here:
By Phillip Crum
Okay, that's all the f-words I could think of that made sense together...well, almost. Anyway, the font-awesome fonts I select from the drop-down in the Lists module aren't showing up. They did at one time but, alas, now they are gone. I get this now ---> [ ]. Interesting but.....no.
License is activated, I appear to have the latest version of the theme, I helped an old lady today...I think I covered all the bases but..???
Anybody have any thoughts? (About the missing icons, not the old lady...)
I could have sworn I read in the documentation somewhere about creating a scroll-spy link using HTML (something like <a href="somesection" rel="scroll-spy" class="btn">button</a>), but I can't find it where I expected to. Is this possible? Basically, I want to use scroll spy from the main menu, instead of a separate scrollspy section. Possible, or do I need a different plugin?
I'm having an issue with the scrollspy section. When I click on one of the buttons, it brings me down to the relevant content, but in the middle of the header text (which contains the scrollspy tags) as shown: http://grab.by/wNri
The page should scroll down to just above the header text something like this: http://grab.by/wNta
I know that scrollspy isn't meant for use with sections, but I tested it with content inside a single text box and had the same issue.
If I understand http://docs.pagelines.com/tutorials/using-scrollspy this correctly, then I'm supposed to implement the scrollspy-navigation section to a page, and then write the page content in the WordPress admin-panel, and to the content of the site create sections for the scroll spy like:
<h4 class="scroll-header" title="Setup"></h4> <p>Your content here</p>
Or possibly use a text box -section where I can write scrollspy-compatible html myself.
As I can set the css-classes needed for scrollspy to my DMS sections easily, is it possible to also add the title so I could just drag & drop a landing page that scrolls to different sections? so I could use the scrollspy to scroll to i.e. specific section in my page like Column that has content inside it, or scroll to a fullwidth slideshow etc?