Not sure if its the same thing, but I’ve always had to disable the Preloader (Spinner) in Project Settings to get my Blocs-created pages to display in Safari.
My brain tends to Think Different from 99% of most people a lot of the time, so hearing that isn’t too surprising. I still think it is unfortunate though because it’s software making an assumption for me that I do not want it to make.
I’m still very much a brain dead bozo when it comes to intelligently using Blocs, so with that in mind… How do I set my navigation bar’s “data feed to none”? Again, here’s my document (which @Eldar said is corrupted), built in 3.2b4:
KIRAMEK Top Page.bloc.zip (20.9 KB)
Where specifically within the right sidebar?
And with what selected in the left sidebar?
BTW, I just had my Navibar selected and in Appearance (with Theme=Dark) Include Logo and Include Navigation were checkmarked. I then unticked “Include Navigation” and poof!, all the text inside my Navibar was zapped into oblivion except for the English word Home! Well, drat! Opening Menu Manager shows all my text is still there, but for whatever reason it is no longer showing in my Navi bar. I guess 99% of people would understand this, but my poor brain does not!
Wow. I never noticed those lock icons before because they are always hidden from view, even when I have my Blocs window expanded to fill my entire 5K iMac’s display!
And last but not least…
I see none of you Blocs experts commented on how to recreate that British Chefs menubar pop-down overlay I mentioned at the end of my previous post. Seriously, I would expect such a menu to be rather common on large sites where you have a lot of links and nested folders. Since there’s no navigation Bric in that form factor, it’s a matter of figuring out how to use Blocs to recreate that. But first things first. I need to first figure out how to set my navigation bar’s “data feed to none” and then determine if that’s going to work for me.