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YJSG Grid position links guide

04-25-2015, 04:16 PM
# 1 (permalink)

I'm sorry if this is easy to find, but I didn't find it.

Is there a reference that defines the positions relative to links in the top menu? Basically I just want to more fully understand the behavior when clicking links like /#yjsg4 in the main menu. Sometimes I feel like clicking the link doesn't take me exactly to the top of the position I want it to go. Please try clicking About Us, Menus, and About Tc's and it just appears the title of the module is a little off.

I also would like to understand these positions more as I remove or move modules around.

I do understand how to add the positions as per http://www.yjsimplegrid.com/document...ules-grid.html



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04-28-2015, 05:38 AM
# 2 (permalink)
Hello kory27.
Please notice that we added the smooth scroll to the items using http://www.yjsimplegrid.com/add-ons/smooth-scroll.html and the scroll link is the grid ID.
You can try to add top padding to the divs that you are using so it will not cut your scroll.
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05-02-2015, 08:50 AM
# 3 (permalink)
Sorry, but how would I use this in the menu?

Currently, you just put the url as /#yjsg4 for the menu item link and it works. I'm just a little bit unclear of the difference between this and the smooth scroll you just included.

Also, I really am trying to understand grid positions completely. Is there documentation or a grid positions image somewhere?
I just really want to understand it perfectly.


05-04-2015, 04:51 AM
# 4 (permalink)
We added the link to be #yjsg4 (our grid) and we added yjscroll class to that menu item so we can use that smooth scroll. As you can see here http://www.yjsimplegrid.com/add-ons/smooth-scroll.html you can use the data-before=" " property so you want need that padding on the grids. The tricky part is that you can add that with JS, to attach that property to your menu item.

Here you can see our module positions.
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09-01-2015, 01:41 AM
# 5 (permalink)

如主題,我網頁上方選單連接外部網址(#yjsg1、2、3等等等),想要詢問的是,#yjsg1outh ome、#yjsg2outhome、#yjsg3outhome,這些主頁面各區塊的簡化名稱(或是連接 點)要從哪個檔案新增/修改呢?
09-01-2015, 03:42 AM
# 6 (permalink)
Hello 23156777.
Please in English.
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