@PitaJ Thanks for your reply. I wanted the case, if the subcategory is selected then parent category also selected.
But now if the subcategories selected, then parent categories.isSelected = false.
Maybe I should do a plugin? 💪
Masonry.js on category page
How can I apply masonry layout on category page? Consider that I am building my nodebb theme based on vanilla theme. So my category page looks like this http://screencast.com/t/LifqTQsa and that is not cool as you can see.
I called masonry.js in plugin.json following the lavender theme example and copied the content of lavender.js file into mine. I tried to make it work by changing this code
masonry = new Masonry('.row.home > div'
masonry = new Masonry('.row.category > div'
It didn't worked. Is that even possible to do with just changing lavender.js to affect on category page instead on homepage?
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@Jelena You're not pointing at the good element. It's a few childs after :
masonry = new Masonry('.row.category ul#topics-container li')
btw the .row.category ul part is not needed
@esiao That didn't worked, it looks like it doesn't even loads masonry.js for some reason. How can I see is the scirpt loaded and is it loaded correctly? Maybe some cmd command? I followed all instructions in setting up plugin.json and theme.json and I am pretty sure that I did it right. I can't figure out what can be the problem. Any other suggestions?
Tnx anyway ^^