It works! Thank you so much for your help; you're fantastic. :)
No problem. We glad that we could help you in anyway. Cheers.
Awesome, it worked! Thanks! The only thing I have to do now is figure out how to get it to re-run every time a new "page" loads on infinite scroll, since the script only executes on the first few posts that load before the scroll kicks in. I'm guessing I'd do this with a callback, but I'm not very Jquery savvy so I'm not sure where I'd edit effector-1.2.6.min.js to make a callback happen. Any suggestions? Or is this even possible with my setup?
Yep, certainly it is possible. BUT,
Thanks for the suggestion regarding original photosets on the effector theme. That bit of code is one of the first things I tried without success, unfortunately, and various combinations of selectors targeting different parts of the set also had no effect. I think the issue is that because the photoset is being shown in an iframe on a different domain, I can't target it with css, or with any JS that I know of. I was hoping there was a a way around that.
Sorry, how can I forget bout that. Anyway
How do I ensure that all images are set to their original widths in the Effector theme when using original (IE tumblr's) photosets? On my blog, the images in photosets are being set to an arbitrary width and getting sliced off at the bottom; this is a particularly big issue for my gifsets, where all of the gif captions are lost. I tried fixing the issue with both CSS and JS, but I've realized that tumblr is inserting the photoset in an iframe so my options are limited. Can this issue be fixed?
Simply yes, you can.
Thank you so much for the infinite scroll help
No Problem, Glad it Helped!
how do i make links appear under my banner? every time i add links they appear in the top left corner of my blog. i don't know how to make them appear under the banner. help please? thanks :)