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PostPosted: 11. Oct 2015, 21:31 
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Beautiful! That's what I wanted. Had no idea that you can use several values in "iframe_hide_elements" attribute

Can I also use several values in "onload_show_element_only"?

Thanks a lot!


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PostPosted: 11. Oct 2015, 21:37 
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No. onload_show_element_only can only have one element as it does remove everything else.
At iframe_hide_elements is is described in the description that this is possible. Most of my features are able to do this as jQuery selectors are used.

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PostPosted: 11. Oct 2015, 22:02 
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Clear, thank you! Did you have a chance to check why in the mobile mode the table header is not shown at the top of each row cell?
E.g. http://ch1.2biz.ca/products/service-stuff-pages-not-shown-in-navigation-but-used-for-iframes-etc/test-for-tables-iframes-selected-rows/


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PostPosted: 12. Oct 2015, 11:05 
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The mobile version does not have a header. Check it is a separate tab...

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PostPosted: 12. Oct 2015, 17:43 
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"The mobile version does not have a header. Check it is a separate tab..."

Can you explain this please? When I use mobile to see the iframe with a table, I do not see header titles anywhere. I do not see any separate tab.


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PostPosted: 12. Oct 2015, 17:50 
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Open the page in the iframe in your desktop browser and make it smaller. At one point the header row diapers because of responsive design. So this is an issue of you table.

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PostPosted: 12. Oct 2015, 18:05 
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Does it have any workaround to make sure that header titles are shown on the top of each corresponding cell which belongs to the column with this header title?


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PostPosted: 12. Oct 2015, 18:55 
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You have to change this in the css if your iframe. My plugin can maybe overwrite this setting but I don't know if this is possible as it depends on the size of your browser.

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