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I am trying to accomplish the effect seen here: http://epochresidential.com/leadership
How did they get the employees content in a hidden row without disrupting the loop?
Is this a single loop or more than 1?
It seems that in this site (http://epochresidential.com/leadership) they are able to loop out the info into different rows (i.e. a row of images but on clicking the image the empoyees content appears in a 'hidden' row) to achieve this effect... I have always thought of the loop as a simple linear process but it seems that this page is able to do more complex things? does anybody know how they achieved this? I can't seem to wrap my head around it..http://epochresidential.com/leadership
There's no loop to this page at all. It looks like they are using a page builder that allows for rows. The hidden row is an easy effect to achieve with jQuery. A page builder like Beaver Builder will do this.
Hey Victor Font,
Thanks for the advice, I will look into that plug-in. While that page may use the Beaver Builder, I am curious why you do not think a loop or genesis grid loop was used on this page? Based on the genesis tutorials I have seen by Bill Erickson, perhaps this page has a grid loop that then adds row in between for the hidden content?
There's nothing in that theme's source code that even remotely resembles a Genesis theme. If you examine the source code, the section where those images are displayed are built in divs with row classes. Within each row is a an ordered list and each list item contains an image. The hidden divs are very easy to do. They display and hide with jQuery. There is no loop on that page.
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