1 May 16, 2018 17:53
the bootstrap code for popover looks like this:
<a href="#" data-toggle="popover" title="Popover Header" data-content="Some content inside the popover">Toggle popover</a>
As mentioned in other threads (e.g. anchor problems) the hash # does not really work - it always produces a 403 page. You customized the usage of #.
Does anyone got a work around to get this working?
href="#" should only produce the sign to click to that link and call the popover. (If I delete this the hyperlinked text is shown, but only insider know to click because the finger-sign is missing (see fig.)
Would be great, to get this work.
Thank and Regards,Will
3 May 17, 2018 13:54
I'm baffled here having never tried this feature. I tried your code in a post and the link goes nowhere, which makes sense, but I don't get a 403 error, just a blank page. However that's using a different skin. I do get it with the basic bootstrap skin, so is it a permissions issue?
4 May 17, 2018 16:27
"This behavior is a downside of a feature meant to make skin development easier. However, inserting anchors or # into posts is perfectly possible by the use of the short links syntax. i.e. ((#anchorname link text)) or ((#))"
((#)) in the popover script does not work.
5 May 18, 2018 04:22
Ok I see the problem better and note I had to add script to make it work.
Workaround :: Using
# works on the bootstrap skin, with the hand pointer; but not on my old site??
6 May 18, 2018 09:41
Hello @amoun - that workaround does not work in my case. When ever I use
A workaround that fits in my case:
7 May 18, 2018 10:54
Hi @saunders Thanks, I'll try that on my older site.
I'm not quite with it ;) You meant getting the hand to show.
Still that doesn't explain why my work-around it doesn't work for you