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latinflava31 12-02-2011 01:14 PM

Overlay / Z-index and SEF issue.
 
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Hello all, I searched the forums but can't seem to find a response to this so here goes.

I am using Joomla 1.7 template that uses T3 framework with MegaMenu navigation. I love the YJ Pop Login and is exactly what I need. At the moment I have gotten it to work with the exception of two issues as described below.

1. The YJ Pop Login seems to display above everything but the MegaMenu. By default the z-index for the login and registration popups in YJ Pop Login are set to 1000000 which should in theory display above all other content. The z-index for the Mega Menu is 11. Since the user can still scroll the page when the popup is active I need the popup to display on top of everything including the MegaMenu.

2. It seems that this module is not compatible with SEF. When I have SEF enabled in Joomla Settings the module doesn't work with content pages. Meaning it will work and log in and out of any page with the exception of article pages that have sef friendly url's. It throws one of two errors.
a.404-Article Not Found
b. Invalid Token
I would love it very much if you could assist me in getting these issues resolved. Thanks in advanced.

Skip2MyLou 12-02-2011 08:48 PM

I would love to assist you too. But unfortunately in order to receive forum support you need to be a member of our club. Which you are not.

So i am sorry, but i am really not suppose to help you.

*Little hint though, try using "position:absolute;" it always brings out the thing you need to the top...

latinflava31 12-06-2011 04:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Skip2MyLou (Post 42735)
I would love to assist you too. But unfortunately in order to receive forum support you need to be a member of our club. Which you are not.

So i am sorry, but i am really not suppose to help you.

*Little hint though, try using "position:absolute;" it always brings out the thing you need to the top...

On a free extension? Very odd but okay then.

Skip2MyLou 12-06-2011 07:31 PM

Removed by admin

neo 12-19-2011 08:01 PM

I am sorry about this , sure we offer support on free extensions. This is what this forum is for. I am testing 1.7 version now and will respond in few minutes

neo 12-19-2011 08:03 PM

as for your first question , provide a link to your install so I can check what the module holder z-index is set at , seems like template is overriding it and I would say T3 mega menu does it

neo 12-19-2011 08:09 PM

just tested , placed module in any mod poz , went into news article clicked on logout button and works fine SEF on . Troubleshooting help:

if you set the login redirect , make sure that the item that is being redirected to is published and access set to public , but it would be better if you can post a link so I cant see it in action on your end

joomlagold 12-19-2011 08:18 PM

to admin
http://www.youjoomla.com/joomla_supp...html#post43066

neo 12-19-2011 08:23 PM

what I see going on is that only way you will get invalid token ms is if you logout and go back 1page and hit logout button again , the cache is holding your page and it seems like you are still loged in. But this is cache issue. I will look in to destroying session but I doubt it will change anything since it is joomla cache that does this

neo 12-19-2011 08:53 PM

OK , I just tested again and again , and I tested with joomla 1.7 default module , please do the same as I did , unpublish YJ Pop Login , publish default joomla login module

login
go on any next page
logout
go 1 page back and you will still see logout button
click on it and you get invalid token
this is Joomla bug , not YJ Pop Login but joomla default I say , since it does this on Joomla default login module and default Beez template


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