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Timeline horizontal scrolling how to archieve [REQ]


  • proctorINVADE
    Participant

    @dopeboy

    How can I achieve this? What kind of language is used to do this? How can i integrate it into buddypress timeline/ activity stream.
    see very short video of demo, horizontal scrolling

    <div style=”width: 100%; height: 0px; position: relative; padding-bottom: 177.778%;”><iframe src=”https://streamable.com/s/ru5z4/jgrpbj&#8221; frameborder=”0″ width=”100%” height=”100%” allowfullscreen style=”width: 100%; height: 100%; position: absolute;”></iframe></div>

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  • Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    This is not strictly a BP related issue but more about creating general page layouts so this thread is in danger of being closed. Without seeing the source page I’d hazard a guess that they are using display: flex; for those elements. You should inspect the page and see how the html is constructed.


    proctorINVADE
    Participant

    @dopeboy

    ok. that’s just google search. why is the thread in danger of being closed? facebook, e-commerce sites and everybody uses the same method these days. Sidebar widgets do not display on mobile view(they all come at the bottom), so i wanted to use this method because some users might have a very long activity stream and wont see the contents in the widgets. I hoped that BP would have implemented it long ago but nothing(both WP and BP i don’t want to be in the lagging team), after so many updates. If i archive this i want it to be put into BP so that everyone can use it. But since it’s basic HTML Layouts i’m shocked BP doesn’t have it up till now.


    proctorINVADE
    Participant

    @dopeboy

    @venutius thanks for the support.


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    Ah so you are looking for horizontal scroll for activity. Sorry I thought you were asking a more general question. It’s possible to structure the activity page anyway you want really, you can overload the activity page and construct it how you like, including a flex display for horizontal scroll or alternatively you can add your css on-top of the BP CSS. It’s a bit more difficult with Nouveau given the content is inserted by JS.


    proctorINVADE
    Participant

    @dopeboy

    Ok. Thanks so much again. 🙂

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