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  • _diginix_
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    Hello,
    At the moment I’m doing site on temporary server and have some problems/questions

    1.
    When Floating header is set to: Normal, everything goes fine
    When Floating header is set to: Float+Transparent, it shows not correctly during page load. Header is under menu and it comes to normal position when page is loaded… Could it be fixed
    Just check pages:
    1) Normal: http://elecornew.bm-studios.com/services/
    2) Float+Transparent: http://elecornew.bm-studios.com/about/

    2.
    How can I load custom font? I need cyrylic one…

    3.
    Please have a look at my shopping page:
    http://elecornew.bm-studios.com/custom-shop-page/
    maybe I’m using not correct plugin, please advice…

    Thanks

    Hi @_diginix_

    1. This is the default behavior when a header is set to “Float+Transparent”. If a header is set to float + transparent, the header will be “float” over the content as the name suggests.

    2. You can do so via Appearance > Theme Options > General. Cyrillic is under Cufon, so all you need to do is select Cufon then load the font file.

    3. What shop plugin are you using?

    Regards,


    _diginix_
    Participant

    Thanks for your answer.

    1. I think there’s some misunderstanding ))
    I mean that header is showed not correctly during page load.
    Here are two screenshots (one during load and one when loading is done)
    During Load

    After Load

    2. Thanks, I’ve already done it

    3. Plugin name is: “WP eCommerce”

    Thanks

    Hi @_diginix_

    This is the default behavior of the theme if set to floating header. The styles and javascript that controls the floating header loads last, that is why it behaves this way. There is a huge update coming for Dynamix in the coming days and hopefully this will be part of the update.

    For the shop, it is best to use WooCommerce as the theme is most compatible with it.

    Regards,

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