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  1. Hi there!

    First of all, I heasitate about if this blog is alive at the moment, … but anyway is worth trying.

    I’m having a hard time looking for to some advanced info or tips about using fixed persistent header/footer on hybrid app (of course made with JQM).

    Standard use works great for me following the official JQM 1.4.5 “fixed persistent external header/footer” demos, but my app needs to start w/o footer, and then show footer only at certain specific pages.

    Toggling from visible to hidden is possible by mean of altering the css style, but this approach doesn’t work in the opposite direction.

    Any help on this?

    Thank you for your time.

  2. Hi, i have a menu that drops out once i click on the icone menu, i want to apply the blur effect on the body when the menu is opened, i would like to blur only the size of the menu not all my page, beceause i have so many pages with different content and size.
    I have tried to blur the division of my menu but i didn’t get the resukt i was hopping for, do you have any suugestions please?

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  4. Hi Efkan,

    Many thanks for your kinds words. I hope you always find the blog’s articles useful and up to everyone’s expectation πŸ™‚

  5. You again! Your comments, answers are in everywhere! πŸ™‚ in StackOverFlow or anywhere on the net!
    I’m trying a simple blur effect for some popup screen. I thought it must be written on the net by another programmer. I find a useful code part. And who wrote them. Omar! again πŸ™‚ I’m grateful to you.
    I think you are a hardworker. I want to do a quot from Mr. Erik Zanker “Keep up the good work!”

  6. Hi Shreeran,

    I’m glad you found my blog helpful. I like your blog too, it covers important parts of jQM that many users aren’t aware of.

    Keep up the good work, good luck! πŸ™‚

  7. Hi Omar, just found your blog. This is a great idea and good addition to the jQM knowledge base.

    Keep up the good work!
    (ezanker from stackoverflow)

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