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indieben
@greenlanegreb
Yes but when I ask such questions in the #css channel on IRC, they find it is complicated by the number of overides that Gantry is using and have diverted me back here.
dmleeman
@dmleeman
A purist esoteric CSS group will probably find anything other than 100% semantic W3 valid structure HTML an anathema. If you learn CSS then Gantry5 classes will make sense to you, as will why your problems cannot be answered here.
indieben
@greenlanegreb
I appreciate your take but if the answer is to look at pure CSS for such an important structural asset, it brings into question what purpose Gantry purports to serve - i'm more likely to conclude that this is a) a Gantry question b) there must be a way in Gantry to accomplish this. I'll respectfully open the question to others. Thanks though!
dmleeman
@dmleeman
ok, but you're asking for someone else to do your homework
When they have their own to do
indieben
@greenlanegreb
I disagree, on the basis that Gantry does things differently and without Gantry input, it's not simply a question of vanilla CSS skills but how to do it the Gantry way.
And that's backed up by other groups, dealing with pure CSS, running a mile. Are you really saying Gantry is found wholly wanting for what i'm trying to achieve?
Just to quote Gantry Documentation: "In the case of Gantry, the framework is what you interact with on the back end. It gives you the ability to set colors, layouts, and just about any other aspect that affects the way the site looks. Together, they work together to make your website function, look, and feel exactly as you need it to."
dmleeman
@dmleeman
shakes head - you're not qualified to say this - I'm out
indieben
@greenlanegreb
anybody else please?
i'm thoroughly stuck with this
a person i've been speaking to reckons the issues start with Flex not being interpreted properly within Gantry at all
which undermines the previous comment as I thought.
This is very much a Gantry question as it relies on working around Gantry issues that create limitations
Matias Griese
@mahagr
.gantry-logo img {
    width: 150px;
}
that is the rule that fixes the size
basic css :)
indieben
@greenlanegreb
@mahagr I already have the logo sizes set, i'm past that. The issue is I am trying to get the menu to sit flush with the bottom of the logo with the search box to the right.
There was something else that was interfering with it working so i've just changed the class name and called it separately.
but having ran through this within #css - a number of issues with the way flex is being handled by Gantry have been indentified. Hence my recent comments
FYI: new gantry 5.5 builds for testing
dmleeman
@dmleeman
@mahagr Great, thanks Matias
Joshua Clinard
@echopulse_twitter
How can I get rid of the massive cellpadding in tables?
Michael Koontz
@N8Solutions
@echopulse_twitter Please provide a link when asking questions like this so that when others have a look we can better understand your issue.
Haris Abba Kabara
@HarisAKabara_twitter
@dmleeman How are you? please why is my logo losing resolution when i view my website on mobile. please have a look here: https://www.silvex.com.ng
Joshua Clinard
@echopulse_twitter
It's like Gantry Hydrogen adds so much space to everything. In between paragraphs, between lines of text, in cells and rows in tables. Nothing is as I expect it if I were just writing HTML. I am sure there is a style someone defining it. But Can't there be a template that just defines a layout, that doesn't add it's own fancy styles. Anyway, my site is www.abilenetechguy.com
dmleeman
@dmleeman
@HarisAKabara_twitter Hi Haris, I am well thank you. That's another bold good looking site.
I can't really see much of an effect of low resolution. Tested on a mobile and it looks fine to me. You've used good responsive techniques and love your Twitter feed module.
@echopulse_twitter Yes, it is fair to say that there is some default container padding and so on. Some of it will be brought in by use of UIKIT and some will be Hydrogen's own built in CSS.
I would think that someone here has created a completely skeletal Gantry 5 template, which may be what you need.
Hopefully, this gets read by someone who knows. If I find one, will post a link here
indieben
@greenlanegreb
I'm trying to get a blue border around the left and bottom of green box "Welcome..", right of the picture to the right of green "find out more" and at the bottom of "Find out more" and associated picture of 13px. i've tried applying this to the image to the right but this pushes the image onto the next line down when adding a margin-right:13px; - so, this would lead me to conclude that there is not enough space to accommodate it so i'm just wondering what the best way of going about this is - naturally the same principles apply to the next rows down - picture was intended to seemlessly link to the side of the text boxes (including headers) https://www.cakebreadsnowgroup.com/index.php/en/ Thanks
dmleeman
@dmleeman
@greenlanegreb For this, you need to understand the Box Model. I recommend learning it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIO5326FgPE
and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6coJNLFBWI
indieben
@greenlanegreb
I do actually get the box model, the issue is the complexity of Gantry's layered rules
and also some of the Idiosyncrasies
that have a) got to this stage b) interpret grid and flex creatively to create rather a mish-mash
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Piet Nutbey
@pnutster
@mahagr Thanks for the new builds to test on J! 4
Kostas Xanthakos
@KostasXanthakos_twitter
@mahagr those builds can be tested on j3 as well
?
dmleeman
@dmleeman
@KostasXanthakos_twitter Hi Kostas, yes they will work with J3 too.
Kostas Xanthakos
@KostasXanthakos_twitter
@dmleeman many thanks.
Matias Griese
@mahagr
also j4 support is just experimental, themes do not yet use bs5
so j3 is really the priority for this release
Kostas Xanthakos
@KostasXanthakos_twitter
Thanks @mahagr
beamaria
@beamaria
Anyone knows how to install Gantry 5.5-helium package in Grav? I always have this error: Use of undefined constant GANTRY_DEBUGGER - assumed 'GANTRY_DEBUGGER' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP). I just want to play with it in localhost...
Matias Griese
@mahagr
make sure gantry plugin is active
i have no issues in installing
also let me know what caused it if you find it out
Haris Abba Kabara
@HarisAKabara_twitter
@dmleeman Yes, i finally got a way to use SVG code for the logo that is why the resolution is ok now. but my problem now is that my g-navigation is not sticky and i did all i can but is not. i have search the internet for a solution and all i am seen is that i must install an atom. i use the sticky atom that the template comes with under the Page Settings but still is not working. i am finding it difficult to install atom as i build the website completely online. i install the joomla through my cpanel. is there a way i can install the atom through my cpanel also?
dmleeman
@dmleeman
@HarisAKabara_twitter Hi Haris. Which UIKIT do you use? ie do you use any Joomlead or Inspiretheme particles for instance?
Also I see some instances of RS Pagebuilder in your site head. This may have an effect on some of the Gantry Particles (I'm not sure, only really use Gantry and a few backend plugins in Joomla).
So, is your navigation menu being wrapped by any RS Pagebuilder functions?
I know how to use UIKIT to sort out sticky navigation, so if you let me know which UIKIT atom you use in your sites then I'll have a better idea.
Also, you must be able to log in to Joomla admin via the web and access Gantry layouts? That is where to install atoms, if you need them.
I've got some work to do today, but if you can let me know a few of the above I can help out more.
beamaria
@beamaria
@mahagr :mea culpa! I wasn't aware of the "Direct Install" option ....